The best thing in this concert was the female singer, whose voice was so brilliant that it would have been worth a whole one-hour recital. The strings played quite well what there was to be played. The two 'edited' (adapted for this skeleton 'orchestra' and brutally shortened) versions of Smetana and Beethoven were an agony for a music lover to listen to. The organist seemed to be in a hurry to get home as soon as possible: there was little interpretation involved, for which reason (and perhaps also due to the quality of the instrument) the sound was what you can hear at a merry-go-round in an amusement park.
It was obvious that the concert was targeted at tourists. How sad that the organizers are too timid to raise the standard of such events by choosing authentic music, written for, e.g. string quartets, or recitals.