Running time:
2 parts by 45 minutes


I part

Orchestral Suite in D Major, BWV 1068
Overture and Air

Two fugues from The Art of the Fugue, BWV 1080

Sonata No.1 Op.30

II part

Symphony №.2 in E Minor, Op.27. Adagio  

Choral fantasy on a theme “Come Holy Spirit…”

“Song of a Dolphin”

Movements from the The Rite of Spring Suite

The programme is subject to change

4 October 2022 Tuesday 19.00 Grand hall
19.00 Grand hall

Hiroko Inoue, organ (Japan)
Jean-Pierre Steijvers, organ (Netherlands)

Hiroko Inoue is a famous organist, graduate of the Moscow Conservatoire (class of Alexei Parshin) and prize-winner of numerous international competitions who has worked with the Kaliningrad Philharmonic for more than ten years. The concert programs of Hiroko Inoue combine the names of composers from different periods and different countries. Hiroko regularly acquaints fans of organ art with the music of Japan.

Jean-Pierre Steijvers Is an outstanding performer, winner of many international competitions, regularly gives concerts in Europe, Japan, the USA, and Russia. He has repeatedly performed with the Sydney symphony orchestra conducted by Vladimir Ashkenazi and with the Royal Flemish symphony orchestra conducted by Edo de Waart.

The organ duet of Jean-Pierre Steijvers with Hiroko Inoue became very famous in the world.