Christmas Concert in the Church of St. Martin in the Wall

Christmas Concert in the Church of St. Martin in the Wall

J.S.Bach, J.J.Ryba, G.F.Händel, F.Schubert, T.Albioni, J.N.Seeger, P.Mascagni, A.Dvorak,

Come to relax during the hustle and bustle of Christmas and listen to the beautiful classical music. The concert takes place in the Church of St. Martin in the Wall. Captivating concerts in the intimate setting of the Church of St. Martin create a truly unique atmosphere as the church is located in an unusual place, a little hidden and aside the busy streets. The hall is heated and has excellent acoustics. The concert lasts approximately one hour.

 

 

Concert
Concert
60 minut
Length of event
For children and families
For children and families
ticket
Voucher on mobile phone
Number of seats 132 in total
Total number of seats 132
Wheelchair access
Wheelchair access
Heating
Heating
Parking
Parking
Cast:
 
Vocal soprano Libuse Moravcova Myratska
Organ Drahoslav Gric
Housle Filip Himmer 
 
Programme:
 
J.S.Bach  Toccata and Fugue in D minor - organ
J.J.Ryba  The Nightingale - Czech Christmas song - organ, violin, soprano
G.F.Händel  Sonata in D major - organ, violin
F.Schubert  Mille cherubini in coro - organ, soprano
F.Schubert   Ave Maria- organ, soprano
T.Albinoni  Adagio in G minor - organ, violin
J.N.Seger  Pastorela in D - organ
P.Mascagni  Ave Maria - organ, violin, soprano
A.Dvořák  Humoresque - organ, violin
A.Dvořák  Biblical songs No.4, No.10 - organ, soprano
Medley of Czech Christmas Carols organ, violin, soprano
Christmas Carols Gloria, Stille Nacht, Adeste fideles - organ, violin, soprano

 

 

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  • Overall impresion
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  • Performance of performers
    5.0/5
  • Organisation
    5.0/5
  • Environment
    5.0/5
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10.10.19
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Mahtava akustiikka!!!!
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“Schön aber nicht Weihnachtlich.”
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