Bach - Duruflé - Szathmáry
In centuries past organists were not only performers but composers too, since in fulfilling their service to the church they would be called upon to create liturgical works for ecclesiastical holidays. Among modern players of the instrument, many preserve the tradition of composition as part of their activities. Resident in Germany, Hungarian-born organist Zsigmond Szathmáry counts among these, an acknowledged master of his instrument who is both an authentic interpreter of the modern repertoire and a contemporary artist in his own right, his thinking as a composer inspired by personalities such as Pousseur, Stockhausen and Ligeti.
Presented by: Müpa Budapest
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