classical music, opera, theatre

Olivier Latry and phil Blech Wien

Béla Bartók National Concert Hall
  • Produced by Müpa Budapest

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Most music listeners would rarely contemplate the fact that the organ is a wind instrument. But it is exactly that - its sounds come from wind blowing through the pipes, while many of its registers mimic the sound of woodwind and brass instruments. Given that fact, the - perhaps surprising, but also extremely plausible - concept of a major French organist and a world famous brass ensemble, whose members also perform in various prestigious Viennese orchestras, coming together to play in this concert, makes for a true family affair. Kith and kin.

Olivier Latry (b. 1962) is one of the most famous and most successful organists of our times. He is a teacher at the Conservatoire de Paris, an outstanding instrument player, a superb improviser and a highly successful composer. Latry is an incredibly versatile performer: his shows contain music from the Baroque and Romantic repertoire, but he has also drawn attention with his recording of Olivier Messiaen's entire organ works. In addition to the music of that great 20th century master, he is also interested in the works of contemporary composers. In addition to his church service - he is the organist at Notre-Dame in Paris, which was of course seriously damaged in the tragic fire - and teaching work, he has also given concert performances in more than 40 countries around the world. The 15-member phil Blech Wien ensemble features two percussionists and 13 brass players. While most of its members play with the Vienna Philharmonic, the ensemble also contains soloists for orchestras in Hannover and Dresden. The ensemble was created with the objective of preserving and further developing the culture of Viennese brass music. Phil Blech Wien have played concerts to great acclaim all around the world, while their recordings feature a compositions from a wide array of genres and popular details from lengthier pieces.

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