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Daniel Roth, titular organist at St. Sulpice and his grandson Félix Roth, French hornist, will give a festive program around Muffat, Glazunov, Mendelssohn, Chabrier, Messiaen, Hindemith and Dukas. (The concert will take place at the great organ).Find out more »
Mami Sakato, titular organist at Himonya Catholic Church (Tokyo, Japan), will give a flamboyant concert around Bach, Saint-Saens, Franck, Widor, Durufle, Dupré, Puig-Roget, and Roth. Interview Where do you come from? I come from Japan. I was born in Tokyo. I currently live in Yokohama but I work in Tokyo. Why did you choose this program? Last Sunday was Pentecost. I will start the concert with a Bach Choral for Pentecost. Then I chose to play French music, a great…Find out more »
F.W.Murnau's The Last Laugh (1924) with a live improvised organ performance by Sophie-Véronique Cauchefer-Choplin.Find out more »
Loreto Aramendi, titular organist at the Basilica of Santa María del Coro in San Sebastian (Spain).
Works by Buxtehude, Liszt, Brahms, Saint-Saëns, Fauré, Rachmaninov, Ravel, Messiaen, Ligeti, Pärt.
Concert at 3:00 PM!
For its next concert, AROSS welcomes the musicians of the American Cathedral in Paris: a choir of 30 singers under the direction of Zachary Ullery, and at the great organ: Andrew Dewar. The concert will be the opportunity to hear a new work by Oliver Tarney for choir and organ in world premiere.Find out more »
Ullrich Böhme, titular organist at St. Thomas Church in Leipzig, Germany, presents a program honoring J.S.Bach, the illustrious Kantor of Leipzig, and his organ heritage.Find out more »
Daniel Roth, titular organist, and Fabien Norbert, Solo Principal Trumpet of Les Siècles, will offer a program "between shadows and lights" and the creation of "Debout sous les étoiles" by Félix Roth, commissioned by AROSS.Find out more »
Jean-Baptiste Monnot, titular organist at St. Ouen Abbey church in Rouen.
Works by Dupré, Bach, Moussorgsky.
Pierre Queval, titular organist at St. Ignatius Church in Paris.
Works by Vierne, Dupré, Messiaen.