Power and Expression from Past to Present: Pictures (film and “lumière”) and the pictorial in organ music 6-10 September, 2016


Artistic Director: Hans-Ola Ericsson
In cooperation with the Nordic Church Music Symposium in Göteborg (8-11 September)

Hans-Ola Ericsson: Olivier Messiaen Le Livre du Saint-Sacrement
Harald Vogel plays the unique baroque organ in Örgryte nya kyrka
Hampus Lindwall: Two Concerts with Improvisation to Silent Movies (in collaboration with Bio Roy)
Göteborg Baroque (Director: Magnus Kjellson): 17th- and 18th-Century vocal and instrumental music from North and Central Germany (Buxtehude, Bruhns, Böhm, J.C. Bach)
Ulrika Davidsson and Joel Speerstra: Keyboard Duet Concert a. o.

Workshops and masterclasses:
Organ Music by Olivier Messiaen (1908-1992) – Hans-Ola Ericsson
New Organ music for Organs from Past and Present – Hans-Ola Ericsson
Pictorial Music from the German Baroque – Harald Vogel
Organ Improvisation to Film – Hampus Lindwall

Organ for children and teenagers
Organ Club
Peter and the Wolf
Organ Safari for kids

The unique North German Baroque meantone organ in Örgryte New Church (GOArt, 2000)
The Brombaugh organ in Haga Church (1992)
The Marcussen organ in Haga Church (1861)
The Lundén organ in Vasa Church (1909)
The French-Symphonic “Wåhlberg organ” at Artisten (Verschueren, 1998)
The duo-clavichord (Speerstra, 2015) and other related keyboard instruments

A more detailed program will be available as from May 10 on this website.

Participation in the Organ Academy program allows for free participation in some of the Nordic Church Music Symposium activities.

Applications: from May 10

Participant’s fee: 2,500 SEK; 1,500 SEK (students/pensioners)

Tuesday, September 6
9:00 Organ Academy starts General