July25 2017 (Tue)
7:00 PM

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

Martin Moudry

Prague Castle - St. Vitus Cathedral | Classical Music

70 minutes | Not available

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Date: July 25, 2017 | 19:00 (Tue)
Venue: Prague Castle - St. Vitus Cathedral
Duration: 70 minutes
Status: Not available
Group discount 10+ people
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Divine organ concert presenting Max Reger´s compositions. 

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.


M. Reger - Sonate d moll, op. 60
I. Improvisation II. Invocation III. Introduction und Fuge
W. A. Mozart - Fantasie f moll, KV 608
M. Reger - 6 Trios für die Orgel, Op.47
Siciliano e moll Fuge c moll
M. Reger - Phantasie und Fuge, Op.135b


Martin Moudry graduated at the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague (organ in the class of MgA. Josef Popelka) and the Prague Music Conservatory (organ, composition, piano). He studied in Würzburg (Germany; organ class of prof. Dr. h. C. Christoph Bossert) at the same time (four years) as he got a scholarship (organ class of prof. Dr. h. C. Christoph Bossert). He completed there his postgraduation studies. He actively participated in numerous master classes. He studied privately with professor of improvisation Mr. Jaroslav Vodrazka.
Martin Moudry performs regularly in the Czech Republic and abroad. He is soloist and also co-operates with many renowned soloists and ensembles. He is a active church organist, improviser, composer and pianist. He works as an accompanist at the Music Conservatory. He has appeared on Czech Television and Czech Radio recordings for other labels. He is the first Czech organist, who is recording complete organ works of Max Reger.

Please note:

The concert has no intermission.