“The organs constructed at the Arthur Rubinstein Philharmonic are unique in that they are two completely independent instruments in different historical styles. Either organ has its own set of pipes, even though they are incorporated in one façade. Such a solution makes it possible to present almost the entire range of organ music and experience it in one concert hall. Thanks to this pieces from different epochs can be performed in a way that is true to their original versions. One does not have to make artistic compromises, which is inevitable in the case of so-called universal organs. Now music from each epoch may be played most expressively and presented to the audiences just as it was envisioned by its composers” – says Krzysztof Urbaniak, organ consultant to the Arthur Rubinstein Philharmonic. The organ concert given 14th of June provide an excellent opportunity to experience the variety of organ music mentioned above. The concerts feature Roman Perucki, the chief manager of the Polish Baltic Philharmonic (organs), and Sławomir Cichor (trumpet). The concert program offers a journey throughout the ages, ranging from the baroque master J. S. Bach, to M. L. Takle – „Blues Toccata”.
J. S. Bach, A. Guilmant, Ch.-M. Widor,
M. L. Takle – „Blues Toccata”,
M.-A. Charpentier – „Te Deum” w opr. na trąbkę i organy
Roman Perucki – organ, Sławomir Cichor – trumpet
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