An instrumental music event involving two unique instruments. The Pan Flute and the organ,
Although not entirely similar, they are, in fact, the closest relatives. Nymph Syrinx from Ancient Greek mythology turned into a reed, the handful of which was gathered by the mythical god of the Universe, Pan. From his breath the broken pipes sounded for the first time. An air stream also powers the most complicated of all musical instruments - the pipe organ.
The main difference between the Pan Flute and the organ lies in the number of pipes in which the air should flow. And, accordingly, in the efforts that need to be applied to produce sound. For the Pan Flute only breath would suffice, while for the organ three atmospheres would do. Besides, these musical instruments share a common magical impact on the listeners.
The impressive versatility of the instruments’ timbre, the virtuoso mastery and vibrant music are sure to appeal to everyone.

31.07.2018 / 19:00

S.Lyudkevych Concert Hall


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Christopher Pardini (*1974). Toccata “Amazing Grace” on the theme V. Voker

Pyotr Tchaikovsky (1840 – 1893). March from “The Nutcracker ballet”

Claude Debussy (1862 – 1918). “Syrinx” for Pan flute solo

Franz Liszt (1811 – 1886). “Ave Maria”

Jehan Alain (1911 – 1940). “Litanies”

Bohdan Kotyuk (*1951). Adagietto “Tet-a-Tet”

Edvard Grieg (1843 – 1907).  “Peer Gynt Suite”: “Morning”, “ The Death of Oz”, “Anita’s Dance”, “Solveig’s Song”, “In the Hall of the Mountain King ”

Bohdan Kotyuk (*1951). Symphonic poem “Sanctus”

Fritz Kreisler (1875 – 1962). Three Viennese Dances: “Love’s Joy”, “Love’s Sorrow”, “Fair Rosemary”

Franz Liszt (1811 – 1886). Prelude & Fugue on B-A-C-H

Astor Piazzolla (1921 – 1992). “Oblivion”