Toccata and Fugue in D minor, BWV 565 
2 airs from Magnificat BWV 243 
     Et exultavit 
     Quia respexit 

Organ improvisation

Aus Liebe from “St.Matthews Passion” BWV 244 
Passacaglia and fugue in C minor, BWV 582

Et incarnatus est from Great Mass in C minor, KV 427 
Fantasia in F minor, KV 608 
From motet Exsultate, jubilate KV 165 
     Air Exsultate, jubilate 

The programme is subject to change

22 November 2020 Sunday 19.00 Grand Hall
19.00 Grand Hall

Nadezhda Pavlova, soprano
Fyodor Stroganov, organ

Bach and Mozart masterpieces, as well as organ improvisations, are in the setlist.

Soprano Nadezhda Pavlova is one of the brightest stars of the new generation of Russian opera singers. Violetta role made her famous. In January 2013 Nadezhda Pavlova was invited to sing Violetta (“La Traviata”) at the Latvian National Opera, and in 2016 with a great success performed this role in Robert Wilson’s production of “La Traviata” at the Perm Opera, and the conductor was world renowned Greek-Russian Teodor Currentzis. In 2016, Pavlova became a recipient of the Moscow Music Critics Association Award for La Traviata at the Perm Opera (along with Robert Wilson and Teodor Currentzis). And next year she won prestigious The Golden Mask National Theatre Award for this role. Since 2018, she is Merited Artist of the Russian Federation.

Russian Fyodor Stroganov is organist, harpsichord player, composer, professor of Moscow Conservatory, and a member of Russia Composers Union. 

“Fyodor’s playing is always intellectual”, professor Alexey Lyubimov believes. “It’s intellectual in the way he combines parts and whole, and it’s a very strict juxtaposition. But his rendition of any composer’s music is always full of emotions”.