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Festival
Roman Catholic Cathedral of Timisoara, Timisoara Adventist Church, Concert Hall Capitol Timisoara, Resita Catholic Church, the Evangelical Church Arad (Timisoara, Romania)
1. Frantisek Vanicek, (Cehia), 2. Cristina Garcia Benegas, (Uruguay), 3. Sophie Poulin de Courval & Jacque Boucher, (Canada), 5. Jean-Baptiste Robin (France), 6. Paul Rosoman, (New Zeeland), 7. Ksenia Pogorelaya (Belarus), 8. Felician Rosca (Romania), 9. Gedmin Grudba, (Poland), 10. Alessandro Saraceni, (Italia), 11. Jeans Kondoerfer, (USA), 12. Shin-Ae Chun (South Korea)
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Since 1991 in Timisoara under West University – Faculty of Music aegis, there have been 14 editions of the festival, which in the first years, was called Organ Music Days, then was called International Festival Organ Music Days. From the 6th edition, was named Timorgelfest. During the festival important organists they were participated as: Lehotka Gabor (Hungary), Jean Luc Salique (France), Jean-Paul Imbert (France), Carolin Schuster Fornier (France), Jean Galard( France) Horst Gehann, Franz Metz, Dieter Hubov (Germany), Dalibor Miklavicih (Slovenia), Giampaolo Di Rosa (Italie), Esteban Elizondo Iriarte (Spain), Gedmin Grudba (Poland) and others, as well as prestigious organists of Romania like: Hans Echardt Schalnd, Ursula Philippi, Felician Rosca, Erich Turch, Molnar Tunde, Steffen Schandt. Timorgelfest is the most important festival of organ music from the West of Romania. Every year, this festival is dedicated to an organ musical culture, well-defined both as value and organ performers. The Timorgelfest edition of 2014, it was dedicated to the universal ogan...

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Recital--Organ Solo
Lebuinuskerk (DEVENTER, Netherlands)
Frantisek Vanicek

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Recital--Organ Solo
St. Augustinus (Geleen, Netherlands)
Frantisek Vanicek

Loret organ; 1863; III/P/34; romantic style;

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Recital--Organ Solo
Grote Kerk (Naarden, Netherlands)
Frantisek Vanicek

Witte organ; 1862; III/P/45; Classical style;

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