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April 17 (Friday), 20:30–22:00

Address: 27/13 Malaya Gruzinskaya Street

Concert cancelled. Please accept our sincere apologies!

Featured Artists:

"Russkie Uzory" State Academic Orchestra of Soloists (conductor and artisic director I. Reybarkh)
ARTBENE Organ Duo: Anna Vetlugina & Dmitry Maximenko

Programme: P. Tchaikovsky, M. Mussorgsky, J. Bizet, M. Ravel, E. Satie, melodies from the repertoire of J. Dassin, É. Piaf, M. Mathieu and the musical "Notre-Dame de Paris"

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The fire in Notre-Dame de Paris didn’t leave many of Russian people indifferent. Russian architects participate in the reconstruction project of the legendary church. A Moscow cathedral dedicated to the Blessed Virgin hosts a concert demonstrating friendship between France and Russia. An orchestra of Russian folk instruments performs M. Ravel’s Bolero and songs from the repertoire of the great French chanson singers: Édith Piaf, Mireille Mathieu and Joe Dassin. The big cathedral organ invites us to listen to tunes from the famous musical Notre-Dame de Paris. The performance culminates in a tremendous acoustic experience – M. Mussorgsky’s Dawn on the Moskva River for orchestra and two organs.

ARTBENE Organ Duo: Anna Vetlugina & Dmitry Maximenko

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

A. Vetlugina

Chimeras of the Notre-Dame School


P. Tchaikovsky

Festival Coronation March


I. Reybarkh 

A French Souvenir. Fantasia on melodies from the repertoire of M. Mathieu, J. Dassin, É. Piaf and J. Bizet’s music


E. Satie

La belle excentrique (The Eccentric Beauty)


M. Ravel



A. Vetlugina

Suite on the melodies from the musical Notre-Dame de Paris


M. Mussorgsky

Dawn on the Moskva River from the opera Khovanshchina (arranged for two organs and orchestra)

Please note that the programme may be subject to change.

We will listen to: Kuhn Organ, Orchestra, Organ