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November 27 (Wednesday), 20:00–21:30

Address: 27/13 Malaya Gruzinskaya Street

Mysterium Catholicum

14th International Symposium "Organ in the 21st Century"

Featured Artist:

Academician of the Real Academia de Bellas Artes de Murcia
Javier Artigas (organ, Spain)

Programme: A. de Cabezón, S. Aguilera de Heredia, J. Jimenez, P. Bruna, J. Cabanilles and more

Ticket prices 900 (400) to 2500

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This concert is dedicated exclusively to the Spanish organ tradition. Academician of the Real Academia de Bellas Artes de Murcia, organist Javier Artigas gives us an opportunity to get acquainted with its peculiar genres, to enter the world of intense emotions, to taste the bouquet of melodies created by various peoples inhabiting Spain. The program features works by Spanish composers from the 16th to 19th centuries.

Academician of the Real Academia de Bellas Artes de Murcia
Javier Artigas (organ, Spain)

Born in Zaragoza, Javier Artigas began his musical education in Escolania de Infantes del Pilar. He studied organ and harpsichord – with the highest marks, won Premio Extraordinario – with J. L. González Uriol and in monographic courses with Torrent, Radulescu, Alain, Rogg and Schnorr. He gives concerts in the most important Organ and Early Music Festivals, as a soloist, and as a member of chamber musical groups like Ministriles de Marsias. Among his recordings stand out Tañer con Arte (five stars Goldberg), Organ in Dialogue with J. Vaz, and Trazos de los Ministriles e Invenciones de glosas with Ministriles de Marsias (several prizes). Internationally recognized as a specialist in Spanish Historical Music, he is responsible for Jimenez and Bermudo New Works Edition, as well as the complete works by A. Cabezón. He teaches in different Universities and Higher Musical Education Schools about Interpretation of Early Music. Before he moved to Murcia he was the principal of the organs in the Basílica del Pilar in Zaragoza. In Murcia Region he was Coordinator of the Organ Restoration Plan, Director of the Organ Festival as well responsible for the restoration of the Merklin Organ (1854) in Murcia Cathedral. He is Academician of the Real Academia de Bellas Artes de Murcia, Department Chief at Departamento de Música Antigua del Conservatorio Superior de Murcia, Organ and Harpsichord Professor, Visiting Professor at EsMuc, and teaches in Curso de Música Antigua de Daroca and Semaine de l’Orgue Italien in Saorge.

A. de Cabezón

Diferencias sobre Madama le demanda

Diferencias sobre la Gallarda Milanesa

 

S. Aguilera de Heredia

Obra de 8º Tono Alto. Ensalada

Obra de Falsas de 6º Tono

 

J. Jimenez 

Batalla de 6º Tono

 

P. Bruna

Tiento de 2º Tono por gesolrreut sobre la Letanía de la Virgen

 

J. Cabanilles

Tiento de 5º Tono, punto alto sobre el canto llano del Pange Lingua

 

A. Martín y Coll

Canciones Comunes (Huerto ameno de varyas flores de Música)

 

R. Ferreñac

Tema de minué

 

N. Ledesma

Elevación y Plegaria

 

H. Eslava

Fantasía Religiosa al Nacimiento de Nuestro Señor Jesucrito

Please note that the programme may be subject to change.

We will listen to: Kuhn Organ

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