Wayne Marshall and his music that crawls under our skin

Wayne Marshall doesn’t have to go far to find a variety of genres; he was involved in jazz, Broadway and church music all at the same time.

Dóra Pétery: I had a strange feeling while practising the first movement

Munch’s most famous painting appeared before me with a French ‘colour scheme’ – says organist Dóra Pétery.

Duruflé – Bach – Szathmáry: hear the organ with 6,804 pipes!

Duruflé: “This Requiem is not an ethereal work. It reflects the anguish of man confronted with the mystery of his destiny.”

The storming organ playing of Martin Sturm at the Liszt Fest

The youngest professor at the Weimar Academy of Music will play the magnificent, richly coloured sounding organ of the St. Teresa of Avila Parish Church.

Just enjoy! – organist of the Notre-Dame plays from Budapest for the world

Having a transcription or an adaptation of an original piece can be, in some ways, really refreshing – Olivier Latry says.

The way we play this instrument is like conducting a whole orchester

“I found it fantastic that every organ is different, you can hear completely new sounds, hundreds of years of music is awaken, and there are all these historical organs, still working today, all around the world…”

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