Bach is always exciting

After a magnificent performance last Thursday of the Mass for two organs by Louis Vierne with the Cappella Sancti Servatii , Arno Kerkhof at the second organ (Harmonium) and conductor Hans Heykers, , tonight we’ll perform works by the great J.S. Bach in cooperation with Studium Chorale, conducted by Hans Leenders.

Location: Onze Lieve Vrouwe Basiliek , Maastricht,  19.30 hrs.

See: orgelconcert-bach-doet-goed

Whitsunday Concert

20 May at 15.30 Marcel Verheggen will perform a concert in the Sint-Servaasbasiliek which will be related to Whitsunday.

It is an interesting program with the rarely performed ‘Triple Choral’ by Charles Tournemire, a meditation by Max Reger upon the Whitsunday song ‘Komm, Heiliger Geist, Herre Gott’, and the complete ‘Messe de la Pentecôte’ by Olivier Messiaen.

Tickets are available at the ticket office of the ‘Theater aan het Vrijthof’

See:

marcel-verheggen-orgel-pinksterconcert

 

Christmas in the Sint-Servaasbasilica

After a joyful Christmas concert last weekend , you can enjoy in the Sint-Servaasbasilica in Maastricht on Christmas Eve at 24 hrs and 25 December at 11 hrs beautiful music with the Cappella Sancti Servatii and a small orchestra as a part of the High Mass.

You can listen to music by, among others, Haydn, Bach and Widor, splendid compositions to celebrate the birth of Christ in the famous and spectacular Basilica of Sint-Servaas.

 

Organ concerts until October

  • 23 August Arnhem

Eusebiuskerk 20.00 hrs

 

  • 30 August Dordrecht

Grote Kerk 20.00 hrs

 

  • 9 September Maastricht

Sint Servaas 17 hrs

 

  • 10 September

Venray Petrus-Bandenkerk 16 hrs

 

  • 26 September

Aachen Dom 19.00 hrs

 

  • 8 October

Orgelpark Amsterdam 14.30 hrs

 

  • 14 October

Leiden Waalse kerk 16.30 hrs

Orgelpark 2017

On the 12th of February 2017, Marcel Verheggen performed together with the chamber choir Studium Chorale, conducted by Hans Leenders. The theme of the concert were pieces by the composer Antonín Dvořák. Next to Dvořák’s Mass in D, Marcel Verheggen also performed the complete 9th symphony, arrnanged for organ by Zsigmond Szathmáry. No recordings are avaible yet, but an interview (in Dutch) in the Orgelpark magazine can be found here, starting at page 32.