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Concert cycle “Masterpieces of World Organ Art”: Honored Artist of Russia Lyudmila Golub

Date: 19.10.2021 beginning at 19:00
Category: Organ

I Department

Johann Sebastian Bach – Prelude and Fugue in C major, BWV 531

Jean-Philippe Rameau – Three Solemn Arias for Organ and Two Trumpets

Louis-Nicolas Clérambault – Suite

Jean-Baptiste Lully – Suite from the Comedy-Ballet “Bourgeois Gentleman”

Johann Sebastian Bach – Prelude and Fugue in A minor, BWV 543

II Department

Henry Purcell – Voluntary in d

George Frideric Handel – “The Arrival of the Queen of Sheba” from the oratorio “Solomon” (with two trumpets)

Felix Mendelssohn – Sonata No.2 in C minor, Op. 65/2

Ralph Vaughan Williams – Prelude on the Welsh Anthem “Rhosimedre”

Charles Ives – Variations on the British Anthem

Concert cycle “Masterpieces of World Organ Art”


Honored Artist of Russia Lyudmila Golub

The concert is attended by

Evgeny Miskevich trumpet

Kirill Doroga trumpet

Musicologist – candidate of art history Olga Savitskaya

On October 19, 2021, a unique organ of the Belarusian State Philharmonic Society will open its new concert season. And since the organ is the universally recognized king of musical instruments and the organ of the Minsk Philharmonic is also the largest representative of its family in Belarus, the Big concert Hall will begin the organ season kingly, with an apotheosis.

“Apotheosis of Trumpets” is the first concert of the cycle “Masterpieces of the World Organ Art” by the famous Belarusian musicologist Olga Savitskaya. On this evening, thousands of trumpets of the gigantic “Rieger-Kloss” will respond with many voices in organ music of the 17th – 20th centuries. Compositions by J.S.Bach, J.-Ph.Rameau, L.-N.Clerambault, J.-B.Lully, H.Purcell, G.F.Handel, F.Mendelssohn, R.Vaughan Williams, Ch.Ives will be performed by the soloist who keeps her own secret of taming the Belarusian “giant” – the titular organist of the Moscow International Performing Arts Center, Honored Artist of Russia Lyudmila Golub.

“Lyudmila Golub is an excellent organist, possessing the «secrets» (by no means all comprehended), hidden in this instrument, originating in the mists of time,” the famous conductor Yevgeny Svetlanov said about the performer’s art. Ludmila Golub has been known to Belarusian listeners for a long time: her performances in the hall of the Belarusian State Philharmonic Society and in the concert hall “St. Sofia Cathedral in Polotsk” cause constant public’s fascination.

Цикл концертов «Шедевры мирового органного искусства»: заслуженная артистка России Людмила Голуб