December 16 (Sunday), 19:30–21:00
Location: A. P. Bogolubov Arts Library, 14 Sushchovskaya street, Moscow

Series: Attention please! Event is held at the A. P. Bogolubov Arts Library

Featured Artists:

Artbene Organ Duo
La Campanella Ensemble

Programme: music of Shakespeare’s time, F. Mendelssohn, N. Rota, arranged tunes from Gérard Presgurvic's musical “Roméo et Juliette”

Ticket prices 900 (-) to 900

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Attention please!!! The concert is held at the A. P. Bogolubov Arts Library, 14 Sushchovskaya street, Moscow (not in the Cathedral!).

Shakespeare’s favourite music and melodies mentioned in his plays. Masterpieces of classical composers inspired by Shakespeare, soundtracks and musicals. Costumes of the Elizabethan era, antique musical instruments – this is full immersion in the epoch and the world of the great playwright.


Artbene Organ Duo

Titular organist of the Roman-Catholic Cathedral of Moscow, laureate of international competitions
Anna Vetlugina (organ)
Organist of St Andrew's Anglican Church in Moscow
Dmitry Maximenko (organ)

F. Mendelssohn

Marche Des Elfs (March of elfs) from the music to W. Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream

 

A. Holborne

Galliard The fruit of love

 

Anonymous English author of the 17th c.

Paul’s steeple, or the Duke of Norfolk

 

Anonymous English author of the 17th c.

Goddesses

 

N. Rota

Love Theme from Romeo and Juliet (arranged for organ)

 

Anonymous English author

Two songs of Ophelia

 

H. Purcell

Strike the viol

 

A. Holborne

Pavane

 

G. Presgurvic

Tunes from the musical Roméo et Juliette (arranged by A. Vetlugina)

 

Anonymous French author of the 16th c.

Branle de Montarde

 

Anonymous English author

Fortune my foe

 

J. Dowland

Cah she excuse

 

F. Mendelssohn

Wedding March from the music to W. Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream

 

Anonymous English author of the 16th c.

Greensleeves

 

F. Mendelssohn

Overture from the music to W. Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Please note that the programme may be subject to change.

Why go there?

To check our knowledge of Shakespeare’s immortal aphorisms, to learn more about the musical atmosphere he lived in, to remember popular tunes from Shakesperean films and musicals.

We will listen to: Allen Organ

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