Концерт состоялся 18 October 2017 года
Series: Cathedral's Eve
The concert features:

Marina Omelchenko (organ)
Oganes Kazaryan (duduk)
Termine Zaryan (soprano)

Programme: J.S. Bach, J. Pachelbel, D. Zipoli, Gregorian Chant, Armenian sacred and folk tunes, W.A. Mozart, G. Verdi and more

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East and West: the two traditions are apparently different but deeply united. The monumental character of the Baroque organ music highlighted by the genius of Bach, masterpieces by Mozart and Verdi… But alongside with them there are Gregorian tunes rooted in the Middle East. In fact this land was the source of all Christian musical traditions including that of Armenia. The Armenian sacred music is famous not only for its songs, but also for the duduk: the penetrating and rich timbre of this instrument has no rivals as it comes to influencing man’s conscience. The unique value of the duduk is well known all over the world, it was even announced part of the immaterial heritage of humanity by UNESCO.

Titular organist of the Roman Catholic Cathedral in Moscow
Marina Omelchenko (organ)

Head of Moscow Duduk School
Oganes Kazaryan (duduk)

Laureate of international competitions
Termine Zaryan (soprano)

The programme will be published soon
We listened to: Duduk, Kuhn Organ, Voice

Tags: Eternal classics, Music of the East, Mysticism, New sound