Wladimir Matesic plays the organ in Sant’Anna – Sunday August 5th at 6pm


… the Bolognese organ Maestro is accompanied by Chiara Molinari, soprano and by Michele Santi on trumpet. He is known for his expertise in modern and romantic French music. In 2010 he was appointed “Organista co-titolare” of the Cattedrale of Bologna. He teaches Organ and Composition at the Conservatorio di Musica “G.Tartini”  in Trieste, and is artistic director of the Rassegna Internazionale di Musica Sacra “Voci e Organi dell’Appennino”.

We post above a video of Wladimir Matesic performing Gianni Landroni’s “Creazione” … with Gianni Landroni on guitar.

The concert is part of the “Organo della Pace” Festival in Sant’Anna – we posted info on previous concerts that happened in the last weeks and reprint below the whole Festival program.

July 1st                          Liuwe Tamminga  (Bologna)
July 8th                         Edoardo Maria Bellotti (Milano/ Bremen)
July 15th                      Angelo Castaldo (Napoli)
July 22nd                      Luciano Zecca (Lecco)
July 29th                       Jörg Josef Schwab (Essen)
August 5th                    Wladimir Matesic (Bologna/ Marzabotto),
with Chiara Molinari (Bologna)), soprano
and Michele Santi (Cento di Ferrara), trumpet
August 12th                  Markus Eichenlaub (Speyer)
August 19th                  Klemens Schnorr (Freiburg)
August 26th                  Luca Scandali (Pesaro)

Here is a map with directions on how to get to Sant’Anna.
And this is a link to the Festival website for more information.


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