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Festival
Comminges, France
- 2000-08-26

The Festival du Comminges was born out of a meeting with André Malraux at Saint-Bertrand, former Cultural Affairs Minister for France. The 15th annual Festival du Comminges offers music lovers twenty concerts. Half of this year’s programme is consecrated to performances of Johann Sebastian Bach’s major works.

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Recital--Organ Solo
Basilica (Châteauneuf sur Cher, France)
Svein Amund Skara

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Recital--Organ Solo
Bourges Cathedral (Bourges, France)
Rie Hiroe-Lang

Festival de Bourges

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Recital--Organ Solo
Chratres Cathedral (Chartres, France)
Lynne Davis

Organ Festival of Chartres

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Recital--Organ Solo
Bourges Cathedral (Bourges, France)
Frédéric Blanc
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free concert

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Recital--Organ Plus
Bourges Cathedral (Bourges, France)
Olivier Perin

Festival de Bourges Mikrokosmos Chamber ChoirDirected by: Loïc Pierre

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Festival
Bourges Cathedral (Bourges, France)
- 2000-08-29

The Friends of the Grand Organ at Bourges cathedral present a season of music programmed around the beautiful Joly-Cauchois organ (1664-68) magnificently restored in 1985 by the Strasburg organ builder Daniel Kern. The 2000 festival celebrates the 250th anniversary of the death of Johann Sebastian Bach. To help audiences discover or rediscover one of the greatest composers of our time, each organist will present a programme of Bach’s works

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Recital--Organ Solo
Chratres Cathedral (Chartres, France)
Wolfgang Rubsam

Organ Festival of Chartres

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Recital--Organ Solo
Chratres Cathedral (Chartres, France)
Marie-Claire Alain

Organ Festival of Chartres

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Festival
Chratres Cathedral (Chartres, France)
- 2000-09-03

The theme of the 26th International Organ Festival of Chartres, which will be held in the prestigious setting of the cathedral of Chartres, will be “Variations on Bach”.Each guest organist will pay homage to the most illustrious of organ composers, to mark the 250th anniversary of his death, by interpreting several of his works alongside those from other great names associated to the organ: Buxtehude, Grigny, Liszt, Mendelssohn, Brahms, Reger, Durufle, Alain, etc.

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