concert you'll never forget
Sometimes you need to stop and take a deep breath to listen to your inner world, to understand your place in the reality that has come.
Meditation practices help to immerse yourself and relax, organ music and organ tone, which has an infinite length, is the best way to switch, escape from the turmoil of the city into the world of sounds.

Our team created a project that combines modern musical trends and classical forms of an organ concert.
The organ will appear not only as a solo instrument, but also in an ensemble with percussion and electronics. The light installation will help you to be deeply and completely immersed in music.
Erkki-Sven Tüür is an Estonian composer. He studied flute, percussion and composition in Tallinn. From 1979 to 1984 he headed the rock group In Spe, which quickly became one of the most popular in Estonia. Tüür left In Spe to concentrate on composition. As a composer, Tüür has received wide international recognition. He experiments with twelve-tone technique and electroacoustic sound means, as well as with elements of minimalistic music. All this can be found in this his first composition for organ Spectrum I, which he wrote in 1989.
Adrian Foster is an American organist, composer, and teacher based in Montréal, Québec. He is the co-founder and co-artistic director of Earth World Collaborative, a creative force generating new works of music, art, film, and literature through collaboration. His composition Babylon's Waters (2018) for organ and fixed electronic soundtrack is inspired by a chorale prelude by J.S. Bach on 'An Wasserflüssen Babylon' (BWV 653). Dedicated to Michael Bonaventure.
Marcel Dupré was a French organist, composer, pedagogue and one of the most influential figures in the musical life of the mid-twentieth century. Dupré became famous for performing more than 2,000 organ recitals throughout Australia, the United States, Canada and Europe, which included a recital series of 10 concerts of the complete works of Bach performed entirely from memory. Final is the last part of his organ cycle 'Sept pièces', opus 27, which appeared in 1931. These pieces are dedicated to an important figures in there day, whom Dupré met during his tours in the USA and Canada.
Michael Bonaventure is Scottish composer, organist and collaborator in new and experimental music projects; based in Edinburgh & Amsterdam. Extended cyclic works predominate in his output, which includes a huge body of electronic and electro-acoustic pieces as well as instrumental and organ music. Love Transformed is an electro-acoustic transformation of lute song 'Flow, my tears' by English Renaissance composer John Dowland. Before it would become the most famous of Dowland's works, this lute song was originally published as an instrumental work in 1596 under the title Lachrimae Pavane. The text expresses the intense melancholy of a person whose happiness has been abruptly destroyed and who now no longer wants to be saved from this dark despair, which conjures up ideas of darkness and neglect.
Iain Farrington is an English pianist, organist, composer and arranger. He studied at the Royal Academy of Music, London and at Cambridge University. His suite Fiesta! composed in a bright, jazzy style. Fiesta is music about celebrations and merry-making. In short movements, the mood is unashamedly joyous, ranging from wild excitement to intimacy. Despite the title, there are no Spanish elements in the music. Celebration establishes the scene with its jumpy, knock-about rhythms, and champagne-popping spirit. To get people on their feet, the Stride Dance launches a lively, bouncing rhythm. A gentle Song relaxes the atmosphere before the pounding, foot-stomping rhythms of Fast Dance. As the festivities draw on, a bluesy Nocturne slackens the pace, with an improvisatory solo at the heart of the movement. Renewed energy is found in the Finale, a carefree fugue that breaks into a frantic dance. The celebrations are nearly brought to a premature conclusion by protestations from the neighbours, but this is a party that could go on and on…
Boris Filanovsky graduated from St. Petersburg State Conservatory in 1995. He studied at French Institut de recherche et coordination acoustique/musique (Ircam), dedicated to the research of music and sound, especially in the fields of avant garde and electro-acoustical art music. In 2000-2012 he was an artistic leader of eNsemble, the only sinfonietta-like contemporary music group in St.Petersburg, which premiered about a hundred works by new Russian composers.
Filanovsky is an artist-in-residence at Berliner Künstlerprogramm des DAAD and the member of Structural Resistance Group (StRes) that unites six influential Russian composers of his generation.
Since 2005 he performs as vocalist/narrator and collaborated with such artists as Teodor Currentzis, Reinbert de Leeuw, Pierre Roullier, Roland Kluttig, Fedor Lednev, Kirill Serebrennikov.
His compositions are being performed by Svetlanov Orchestra / Vladimir Jurowski, musicAeterna / Teodor Currentzis, Schoenberg Ensemble / Reinbert de Leeuw, Avanti! Chamber Orchestra / Susanna Mälkki, KNM Berlin, ensemble mosaik, Nieuw Ensemble / Otto Tausk.
Last years Filanovsky works upon some unusual concepts and practices that put in question commonplaces of composing and consuming music.
Pierre Cochereau was a French composer and pedagogue, greatly renowned as an improviser and organist in his lifetime and still is today. Cochereau was titular organist of the cathedral of Notre-Dame de Paris from 1955 to his death in 1984. Bolero was improvised at the great organ of Notre-Dame on 14 May 1973, commissioned by the Philips label and published as an LP. This piece is designed for a large instrument and reconstructed by Cochereau's son, Jean-Marc Cochereau.
Our Team
  • Percussion
  • Michael Suvorov
    Light installation
  • Ansgar Tappert
    Light installation
  • Yoann Trellu
    Light installation
  • Anastasia Suvorov
    Marketing Director

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