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63rd International Festival of Organ Music in Oliwa

Gdansk’s pipe organ tradition is extensive, with every edition of the festival offering masterful interpretations of the widest range of organ pieces possible.

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Organs in Oliwa
Organs in Oliwa
Paweł Borsuk

Gdansk’s pipe organ tradition is extensive, with every edition of the festival offering masterful interpretations of the widest range of organ pieces possible.
The summer season and the close vicinity of the Oliwa Park draw in participants from the Tricity and surrounding areas, as well as those from farther away.
Each concert forming part of the festival is an opportunity for the best organists from various generations and from across the globe to present their repertoires – expect masterful performances of accessible works from a variety of periods and styles.
The concerts are hosted by an announcer, who introduces the audience to the uniqueness of Oliwa Cathedral and the cultural significance of its antique pipe organ, in addition to providing an overview of the concert themes and introducing the musicians and the pieces they are to perform.

Performers:

Friday, 10/07/2020, Maciej Zakrzewski – pipe organ
Tuesday, 14/07/2020, Martin Gregorius – pipe organ
Friday, 17/07/2020, Wojciech Wojtasiewicz – pipe organ
Tuesday, 21/07/2020, Bogdan Narloch – pipe organ
Friday, 24/07/2020, Bartosz Jakubczak – pipe organ
Tuesday, 28/07/2020, Andrei Bardin – pipe organ
Friday, 31/07/2020, Andrzej Chorosinski – pipe organ
Tuesday, 04/08/2020, Johannes Skudlik – pipe organ
Friday, 07/08/2020, Paolo Bougeat – pipe organ
Tuesday, 11/08/2020, Amadeus Chamber Orchestra of the Polish Radio, Anna Duczmal-Mroz – conductor, Blazej Musialczyk – pipe organ
Friday, 14/08/2020, Stefan Kagl – pipe organ
Tuesday, 18/08/2020, Daniel Zaretsky – pipe organ
Friday, 21/08/2020, Diego Cannizzaro – pipe organ
Tuesday, 25/08/2020, Jozef Serafin – pipe organ

The concerts take place every Tuesday and Friday at 8:00 PM at Oliwa Cathedral in Gdansk.

Co-financed by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage's Culture Promotion Fund as part of the "Music" programme of the Institute of Music and Dance.

Tickets available online at filharmonia.gda.pl for PLN 15-25.

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