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Music with 4019 pipes

A journey of discovery on the organ, pulling out all the stops. (Grades 8-12)

About the Concert

There are not many instruments that you play with your hands and feet at the same time. The organ is one of them. Actually, it is no wonder that you have to use your whole body to make such a huge apparatus sound. Our organ in the Palace of Culture has a whopping 4109 pipes! How to make them make music, what a stop is, what is hidden behind the strange word manual and much more you will learn in our school concert. Oh, and why is the organ actually in the concert hall and not in a church?

Grades 8-12


Daniel Haupt
Albrecht Koch


Daniel Haupt

As a studied flutist with degrees from the Hochschule für Musik und Theater Leipzig and the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London, Daniel Haupt was already involved in the field of music education during his studies.

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Albrecht Koch

As an organist and conductor, Albrecht Koch is one of the most distinguished personalities in Saxon church music. As a musician as well as the artistic director of the Silbermann Days, he inspires time and again with gripping interpretations, impressive programmes and great artistic creativity.

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