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Zuzana Ferjenčíková, Orgel

Tuesday 11 June 2024
Großer Saal



Zuzana Ferjenčíková, Orgel


Peter Iljitsch Tschaikowsky

Polonaise (Eugen Onegin) (Bearbeitung für Orgel: Zuzana Ferjenčíková) (1877–1878)

Sergej Rachmaninoff

Die Toteninsel. Symphonische Dichtung op. 29 (Bearbeitung für Orgel: Louis Robilliard) (1909)

Peter Iljitsch Tschaikowsky

3. Satz: Allegro molto vivace (Symphonie Nr. 6 h-moll op. 74 »Pathétique«) (Bearbeitung für Orgel: Jean Guillou) (1893)


Jean Guillou

Macbeth. Le lai de l'ombre »Poesie des Dunklen« op. 84 (2009)

Improvisationen über Themen aus dem Publikum



Robert Schumann

Träumerei op. 15/7 (Kinderszenen) (Bearbeitung für Orgel: Alexandre Guilmant) (1838)

Georg Friedrich Händel

4. Satz: Andante (Konzert g-moll op. 4/1 HWV 289 für Orgel, Orchester und Basso continuo) (Bearbeitung für Orgel solo: Jean Guillou) (1735)


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Slovakian organist Zuzana Ferjenčíková was influenced by her studies with Ján Vladimír Michalko (Bratislava) and Peter Planyavsky (Vienna), among others, but especially by her collaboration with Jean Guillou: from the latter she presents in her Konzerthaus debut »Macbeth. Le lai de l'ombre« (»Poetry of the Dark«) op. 84. Local organ fans know Ferjenčíková, who is also a trained pianist and composer, primarily through her former position as collegiate organist at the Schottenkirche in Vienna. She made a name for herself in the professional world when, in 2004, she became the first woman to win First Prize at the International Organ Improvisation Competition in Haarlem, the Netherlands. She will give an insight into this special art in the second part of her concert, after arrangements of romantic works for organ are on the program in the first.

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