Concerts for Schools

The queen of instruments meets the orchestra

Works by Bach, Mussorgsky, Rheinberger and Boëllmann, arranged for organ and orchestra

12/12

Monday | 12/12/2022
11:00 am Start of Concert
Konzertsaal im Kulturpalast, Dresden
Floor Plan
10 | 5 € children
Free admission for school classes after registration

About the Concert

The successful cooperation between the Youth Symphony Orchestra at the Heinrich Schütz Conservatory Dresden and the Dresden Philharmonic Orchestra has existed for many years. In this sponsorship concert, children and young people make music together with members of the Dresden Philharmonic. This time the great organ in the concert hall of the Kulturpalast is the guest of the orchestra. The many different sounds of this majestic "queen of instruments" together with the orchestra make for a particularly memorable concert experience.

Classes 1-5

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Program

Johann Sebastian Bach
Toccata and Fugue in D minor for organ

Johann Sebastian Bach/Leopold Stokowski
Toccata and Fugue in D minor
Arrangement for orchestra

Modest Mussorgsky
"Promenade" from "Pictures at an Exhibition
Orchestral version and organ version

Josef Rheinberger
Concerto No. 1 in F major for organ and string orchestra
Finale. Con moto

Léon Boëllmann/Milko Kersten
"Suite gotique"
The original for organ in arrangement for organ and orchestra

Contributer

Milko Kersten
Dirigent
Andrea Thilo
Presentation
Pascal Kaufmann
organ
Jugendsinfonieorchester am Heinrich-Schütz-Konservatorium
Ensemble
Mitglieder der Dresdner Philharmonie
Ensemble

Biographies

Milko Kersten

Milko Kersten is an orchestra teacher at the Heinrich Schütz Conservatory Dresden, professor at the Dresden University of Music (HfM DD), freelance conductor and President of the Saxon Music Council. He was a member of the world-famous Dresdner Kreuzchor, one of the oldest choirs in Germany, and studied conducting, choral conducting and piano at the Dresden University of Music.

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Andrea Thilo

he journalist Andrea Thilo studied social and economic communication at the Berlin University of the Arts. After a traineeship at NDR in Hamburg, she worked as a reporter, editor and presenter for ARD and private television stations.

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Pascal Kaufmann

With creative and unconventional programming, Pascal Kaufmann, together with his brother Markus as an organ duo, is a welcome guest at home and abroad.

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