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Концерт состоялся 9 November 2019 года

Mysterium Catholicum

Modern sacred music. The rhythm of our life, our quest for meanings, our relations with eternity. Today we are less dependent on the moral authority, than the Medieval people were, but we are as childlike while dealing with death or love. And likewise we rely on help from above as we wish a guardian angel to each other. And the angels do protect us. But is is they as well who announce the beginning of the Last Judgement with the blowing of the trumpets. Children’s choir, organ, percussion ensemble.

Henryk Górecki’s Symphony No. 3, also known as the Symphony of Sorrowful Songs, is one of musical legends of the 20th century. In 1992 in Europe people in disc stores kept asking for a symphony in which a girl sang in an unknown language. She sang in Polish, it was a prayer to Virgin Mary found on a wall in a Gestapo prison. Górecki’s Symphony, released in the United States, occupied the sixth line of classical albums charts after it had been broadcast a few times on the radio. In England it was second only to Paul McCartney in classical music charts. Never had so many copies of a classical album been sold! A modest Polish from Katowice overthrew all established views on the laws of commerce. “I’ve never asked for payment for my music, – he said. – Why do they buy it? Perhaps they are looking for something…”

"Cantilena" children's choir

Artistic directors: Honoured Cultural Worker of Russia Irena Sarnatskaya and Honorary Cultural Worker of Moscow Elena Salyuk
Conducted by Sergey Borovikov and Maria Kinzhalova

Titular organist of the Roman Catholic Cathedral of Moscow, laureate of international competitions
Anna Vetlugina (organ)

Laureate of all-Russian and international competitions, actress of the Helicon Opera
Diana Redkobaykina (soprano)

H. Górecki

Symphony No. 3 (The Symphony of Sorrowful Songs)


A. Vetlugina

Septem angeli for children’s choir, baritone, organ and percussion ensemble

We listened to: Children's choir, Orchestra, Organ, Percussion, Voice