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Pipe Organ Music Night (november)

Pipe Organ Music Night (november)

With the supportof the

Honorary Consulate of Austria in Odessa

Mission of Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine in Odessa

Odessa Diplomatic Club

Programme in 2 parts


Running time: 2 hours

  • Organist – Johannes Ebenbauer (Austria)
  • Soloist – Susanne Kurz, soprano (Austria)
  • Orchestra of Odessa National Academic Opera and Ballet Theater

Conductor – Honoured Artist of Ukraine Vadim Perevoznikov 

The Concert Hostess is Lyudmila Sergeichuk

Johannes Ebenbauer

 Johannes Ebenbauer (Austria)

Johannes Ebenbauer studied at the University of Music and Theatre, Graz (Universität für Musik und Darstellende Kunst Graz), the faculty of "Church Music". He mastered organ performance, conducting, singing (vocal), composition. He also studied at the University of Music and Performing Arts, Vienna (Universität für Musik und Darstellende Kunst Wien) as  an organist.

Mr. Ebenbauer was appointed as a Kapellmeister at the Vienna St. Stephen's Cathedral in 1991.

Mr. Ebenbauer has been teaching at the University of Music and Performing Arts, Vienna since 2005.  In 2012 he gained  PhD(organ class and improvisation), in March 2013 - the degree of professor.

Mr.Ebenbauer is the organizer and leader of the vocal ensemble Cappella Albertina Wien and the Baroque Orchestra named after J.J. Fuchs.

In 2006 he was awarded a gold honorary badge "For Services to the Republic of Austria".

Mr. Ebenbauer has fast and creative life: he takes part in many international festivals as an organist and conductor, the recordings of his works are broadcast on radio and television.

A significant event in the biography of the musician was the execution of musical compositions on the oldest Vienna organ (1642) of the Vienna Court Chapel.


Suzanne Kurtz

Suzanne Kurtz, soprano (Austria)

Suzanne Kurtz graduated from Goetheanistisches Konservatorium Wienin vocal class.

She perfected vocal and stage skills in numerous master classes at Guildhall School of Music, London, and Royal College of Music, London. In universities and music schools in New York, Vienna, Essen, Dresden Suzanne Kurtz studied history of performing styles, rhetoric, acting technique, history and theory of music.

Ms. Kurtz leads active and creative life. She participates in the international festivals in Salzburg, Strasburg, Vienna, Carinthia Summer Festival . She collaborates as a soloist with the ORF choir of Austrian Radio in Vienna, with the Arnold Schoenberg choir under the direction of Erwin Ortner and Vienna consorts. She also participated in the production of Benjamin Britten's opera "Prodigal Son", the premiere of "Mass" by Otto M. Tsukan at the Vienna Festival, as well as in various concerts of chamber and church music.


Part 1

1. Franz Liszt
Fantasy and fugue on BACH 529

2. Louis-Nicolas Clé
Suite in the second tone of the first organ book

- Plein Jeu
- Duo
- Trio
- Basse de cromorne
- Flûtes
- Récit de nasard
- Caprice sur les grandes jeux

3. Johann Sebastian Bach
Toccata, Adagio и Fuge in C-Dur, BWV 564

Part 2

1. Joseph Haydn
Concert for Organ, two violins and cello in C-Dur (Hob. XVIII: 8)

2. Joseph Haydn
«Benedictus» of the Mass «Missa brevis Sancti Joannis de Deo in B-Dur» (Hob. XXII: 7)

3. Cezar Frank
«Panis angelicus»

4. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
«Laudate Dominum» in A-Dur

5. Franz Schmidt
Präludium and Fugue D-Dur («Halleluja»


October, 2016