59th International Organ Music Festival
Basilica of San Vitale
Dates: 20/08/2020, 24/08/2020, 27/08/2020
The International Organ Music Festival is the first and most ancient organ festival in Italy and one of the oldest in Europe. It is an event of great importance that features major international organists.
Since the Basilica of San Vitale is closed to public concerts due to the Covid-19 safety measures, some of the most prestigious organ institutions in the world decided to homage the city of Ravenna and this festival with concert tailored on the Ravenna Polyphonic on live streaming.
Saint Petersburg Philharmonia, Notre-Dame de Paris Cathedral, the Accademia Organistica di Pistoia, Bologna Cathedral and Conservatory, Münstertal Swiss Collegiate, and then Berlin and Dijon are just some of the international sites that will broadcast in Ravenna their organ concerts, conducted by great maestros.
The organizer of the event Associazione Polifonica Amici dell'Organo di San Vitale Ravenna has the objective of protecting the prestige, the tradition and the reputation of this festival. Head of Associazione Polifonica di Ravenna and artistic director: Maestro Elena Sartori
Live Streaming on Facebook
Ravenna calling Chartres: life and actuality of a cultural twinning | At 9.15pm
Organist, M° Dong-Ill Shin (Korea), winner of the Grand Prix de Chartres International Organ Competition
Dante Symphony | At 9.15pm
Organistic homage by the Organ Insitute of Pennsylvania
Organist, M° Eric Riley (York, US)
Voices Laura Ferrari and Mario Battaglia (Ravenna)
Organistic Homage by the Dijon Cathedral | At 9.15pm
The organistic recital: one of the oldest musical performance forms in Europe. A journey in the history of the International Festival of San Vitale
Organist, M° Maurice Clerc (France)
Convivium Musicum | At 9.15pm
Organistic homage by Internazionale d'Organo "Giuseppe Gherardeschi” di Pistoia di Pistoia
Organist, M° Michiko Kato (Japan) • Readings, Dott.ssa Francesca Rafanelli
Music by old Renaissance and Baroque maestros from Tuscany and readings from the Divine Comedy.
Georg Muffat e gl’Incerti. Traditional European Jewish music | At 9.15pm
Organistic homage by Münstertal Cathedral (Switzerland)
Organist, M° Peter Waldner
The sacred music in Russia, executors and interpretation, between future and tradition | At 9.15pm
Organistic homage by Saint Petersburg Philharmonia (Russia)
Organist, M° Daniel Zaretzky
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