Thursday - August 6, 2020, 7:00 pm 25th International Organ Festival in St. James´ Basilica in the Old Town - All-star Paris

 

 

We invite you to attend the first concert of 25th International Organ Festival held in St. James Basilica in the Old Town - All-star Paris. The venue is basilica of St. James Greater in the Old Town of Prague. Due to video projection during the concert, you will have a chance to see the organist playing the organ and the other performing artists on-line.

Program: All-star Paris

Performing:
DAVID CASSAN (France) - organ

JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH (1685−1750)
Prelude and Fugue in G major BWV 541

CÉSAR FRANCK (1822-1890)
Chorale No. 2 in B minor

JEHAN ALAIN (1911-1940)
Litanies JA 119

LOUIS VIERNE (1870-1937)
Scherzo from 2nd Symphony 
in E minor Op. 20

JEAN GUILLOU (1930-2019)
Toccata

IMPROVISATION ON A BIBLICAL TEXT

About the interpret - organ-player – 
David Cassan you can read more here:

 

The concert is prepared In cooperation with the French Institute in Prague.

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 The address of the concert:

Bazilika sv. Jakuba v Praze 
Malá Štupartská 635/6
Praha 1 - Staré Město
110 00

How to get to the concert: 

The church of St. James Greater is located in eastern part of the Old Town of Prague. The shortest walk from the public transportation is to arrive by trams 6, 8, 15 or 26, by bus 207 or metro B line to the stop “Náměstí Republiky". Walk directly towards Municipal House, leave it on your left, following U Obecního domu Street, at the end turn to the right to Rybná, then left and right – you will find the church on your right. At the end of the lane if you turn again to the right, you will get to the front of the church (about 450 m/ 0,310 miles). 
If you prefer longer walk, than for example use metro A line to Staroměstská metro station following Kaprova Street, crossing the Old Town Square, leave the church of Our Lady before Týn of your right, get through Ungelt courtyard and, turn left and you are standing in front of the entrance to the church. 



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