S.Lyudkevych Concert Hall
At a time when music has become universally accessible when it is enough to just turn on a recording to hear the entire timbre palette of an orchestra, the most valuable thing that being in a concert hall can give us is an experience. It is these impressions that we receive when we experience musical works together with other listeners, and it is these impressions that we give when we invite our loved ones to attend a concert with us.
On the verge of autumn and winter, during the longest evenings, the Lviv Virtuosos Academic Chamber Orchestra led by conductor Yurii Skrypnyk and soloist Olena Matseliukh prepared a programme of pieces that will certainly evoke warm memories in the souls of the audience.
The Concerto for Organ, Timpani and String Orchestra by Francis Poulenc, which will open the evening, was conceived as a virtuoso dialogue between the timbres of the monumental organ and the exquisite sound of the strings. The dialogue will be continued by one of the most mysterious works in the history of music – Adagio in G minor by Tomaso Albinoni. The concert will conclude with music that, after years of neglect, was able to find its performers and listeners – the Concerto for Organ and Orchestra by Joseph Reinberger.