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Event details Music and concerts - Guided tours and excursions On 11 February 2024 - On 18 February 2024 - On 25 February 2024 - On 10 March 2024 - On 17 March 2024 - On 24 March 2024 - On 5 April 2024 Treviso Website Ask for info +390422442504
The International Organ Festival organized by the Antiqua Vox Foundation has reached its thirteenth edition, its objective is to enhance the extraordinary organ heritage of the city and province of Treviso and promote the vast organ repertoire.

On February 11th at 5pm in the church of Santa Caterina the presentation of the exhibition will take place with a description of the organs and the performers, a space to explain the complex functioning of the organ and a moment of interaction with the public for questions and clarifications.

On February 18th at 5.30pm the opening concert is dedicated to J.S. Bach with the Dutch master Matthias Havinga who will perform on the organ of San Giuseppe.

The second appointment at 5.30 pm on February 25th will feature Simone Vebber, a talented Italian organist who will perform music from French romanticism accompanied by improvisations on themes proposed by the public on Salgareda's organ.

On March 10, after the presentation at 3.30 pm of the restoration of the seventeenth-century canvas, attributed to the Spanish painter Jusepe Ribera in Santa Maria Maggiore, there will be a concert of Italian and Spanish music from the same era held by the Spanish master Andrés Cea Galan on the organ of Santa Caterina at 5.30pm.

The fourth concert, presented in the splendid setting of the Chiesa di Santa Croce auditorium by ancient music experts Johannes Strobl and Hans Jörg Mammel, will focus on sacred music for voice and organ of the European Baroque. The next appointment will be in Quinto di Treviso, where the brilliant organist Marco Ruggeri will listen to a program of nineteenth-century Italian music.

Finally, in Santa Bona, the famous German organist Wolfgang Zerer will conclude the event by remembering his Maestro Michael Radulescu, who recently passed away.

Half an hour before the start of the concerts Massimiliano Raschietti will offer an introduction to listening.

Free entry with responsible offer.

Source: IAT Treviso