Pipe organ concert

organsergieyKirillovOn Saturday, July 13th 2013 at 8 PM there will be a pipe organ concert in our church by Russian musician Sergey Kirillov. Artist will play:

1/  J.S. Bach – BWV 659 – Nun komm der Heiden Heiland    2/ J.S. Bach Praeludium et Fuga BWV 544   3/ J.S. Bach BWV 208. Aria Schafe können sciher weiden (Was mir behagt, ist nue die muntre Jagd (The Hunting Cantata).   4/ César Franck: Chorale No. 3 a minor   5/ Franz Liszt: Fantasia and Fugue on the Theme B-A-C-H    6/ Léon Bo?llmann Suite Gothique:  a) Priere a Notre Dame   b) Toccata

Free will offerings will be donated to our Air Conditioning Fund. We thank Mr. Kirillov for his generosity. Please attend the organ concert.

Our church is located on the corner of Driggs and Humboldt Street in Greenpoint section of Brooklyn.

 

Sergey Kirillov — Organist, artistic director and principal conductor of the Stavropol Municipal Chamber Orchestra and Choir Cantabile, principal choirmaster at the St. Andrew’s Orthodox Cathedral (city of Stavropol), professor of organ performance in the Stavropol College of Arts, Honored Artist of the Russian Federation.

A graduate of the Kiev Conservatory of Music (Ukraine), Sergey Kirillov has been a prominent performer, leader and innovator in both secular and spiritual settings for over three decades. Sergey Kirillov is a recipient of the prestigious presidential life-time achievement award, the Honored Artist of the Russian Federation, for his contributions to the cultural life in the City of Stavropol.

For his accomplishments in reviving Slavic singing traditions and establishing professional choirs in churches of Kiev, Novosibirsk, Barnaul and Stavropol, the Orthodox Church of Russia awarded Mr. Kirillov the Orders of St. Vladimir the Great and of Venerable St. Sergius of Radonezh.

Past engagements have seen Sergey Kirillov touring the countries of the former USSR and the European Union as a solo performer, as well as the chief accompanist for Ukraine’s leading choral establishments (organ and piano).

Sergey is married and has four daughters.