July18 2017 (Tue)
7:00 PM

7th International Organ Evenings Festival at St. Vitus Cathedral, Prague Castle

Edmund Boric-Andler

Prague Castle - St. Vitus Cathedral | Classical Music

70 minutes | Not available

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Date: July 18, 2017 | 19:00 (Tue)
Venue: Prague Castle - St. Vitus Cathedral
Duration: 70 minutes
Status: Not available
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Group discount 10+ people
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Spiritual organ concert in the heart of Prague

About festival:

The Molzer organ, containing 4,500 pipes, offers the listener a rich, romantic sound. Since the Cathedral is used only for liturgical and touristic purposes, this festival is a unique opportunity to hear the full capacity of this instrument.


Charles-Marie Widor: Simphony Nr.6 in G-Minor Op.42 Nr.2
Cantabile Finale

Vivace Johannes Brahms: Choral Es ist ein Ros´ entsprungen Op. 122
Max Reger: Phantasie. Allegro energico from Sonata F sharp minor Op. 33
Anđelko Klobucar: Intrada, Pastorale and Toccata
Franjo Dugan: Toccata
Ajvars Kalejs: Toccata on the Theme of the Choral "Allein Gott in der Hoeh sei Ehr"
Miroslav Miletić: Elegy for organ
Jules Grison (1842-1896): Toccata in F maor


Edmund Boric-Andler has graduated from Music Academy in Zagreb, the piano in the class of professor Ida Gamulin, the organ in the class of professor Ljerka Očić and got his masters degree in organ in the class of professor Mario Penzar. He has upgraded the organ interpretation in the master classes of Jaroslav Tuma, Pieter van Dijk and Daniel Roth. In 1999 he was the absolute winner of the 2nd Croatian organ-player competition Franjo Dugan. He is prominent for his performances of virtuoso pieces of music from Romanticism as well as contemporary music. Being especially active as a concert player, he is the most outstanding young organ player with several hundred concerts held around Europe, South Africa, the USA, Israel, Belarus, Ukraine and Russia. In 2010 he won the Franjo Dugan award for special contribution to preservation and promotion of Croatian organ heritage. Besides being the guest performer on numerous festivals, he initiates similar events in Croatia: he is director of festival Organ of the Zagreb Cathedral, one of the initiators and the director of the international organ festival Ars organi Sisciae in Sisak and Organs of the island of Vis and ZRIN festival. As a solo organ player he cooperates with the HRT symphony orchestra and the conductors Nikša Bareza and Pavle Dešpalj.
His first solo CD was published in 2009 and it won the Croatian record award Porin in 2010.The next solo album came out in 2013. In 2015 he got Croatian prize Milka Trnina by Croatian Association of Music Artists for the best organ project in Croatia.

Please note:

The concert has no intermission.