Wagner and Liszt. Organ
Date and time
16 August 2020, Sunday 17:00
What do Liszt and Wagner have in common? We can say that these are similar views on society and creativity, the scale of thought, the philosophy of art and even family ties. However, the main thing that unites these guys is how awesome their music sounds on the organ! See for yourself at the solo concert of organist Olena Matselyukh. What common features will you find?
Olena Matselyukh — organ
R. Wagner – Overture to the Third Act from The Lohengrin Opera
F. Liszt – Choral variations "Weinen, Klagen, Sorgen, Zagen"
R. Wagner – Steersman Song from The Flying Dutchman Opera
R. Wagner – Wedding March from The Lohengrin Opera
R. Wagner – Ride of the Valkyries from The Valkyries Opera
F. Liszt – Ave Maria
F. Liszt – Prelude and Fugue on "B-A-C-H”
Duration: over an hour
Please note that due to the quarantine rules, the number of tickets is limited. Please use masks!
About quarantine restrictions and more:
Resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers # 392 of May 20, 2020 (as amended on July 8, 2020) - on reliefs in the field of culture
Protocol # 30 of the Regional Commission for Emergency Situations - "Activities of cultural institutions with a capacity of more than 50% of stationary seats and / or more than one person per 5 sq.m."
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- Organ Hall Ticket Office, Every day, 1 P.M. - 7 P.M.
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//age restriction: ~7+//