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FESTIVAL INTERNATIONAL D'ORGUE DE VOUVANT - JUAN DE LA RUBIA

in Vouvant
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  • From 06 July to 29 August, come and enjoy the Vouvant International Organ Festival.

  • Thursday 15 August / 7.00 pm

    Juan de la RUBIA
    Titular organist of the great organ of the Sagrada Familia basilica in Barcelona, professor of improvisation at the Higher School of Music of Catalonia / Spain
    Jusepe Ximenez (Tudela 1601 - Zaragoza 1672): Batalla de sexto tono (Battle of the 6th tone)
    Antonio de Cabezón (Castrillo Mota de Judíos 1510 - Madrid 1566): Diferencias sobre la gallarda milanesa (Variations on the Milanese gaillard)
    Anónimo (16th century): Chanson de la Virgen que...
    > Thursday 15 August / 7.00 pm

    Juan de la RUBIA
    Titular organist of the great organ of the Sagrada Familia basilica in Barcelona, professor of improvisation at the Higher School of Music of Catalonia / Spain
    Jusepe Ximenez (Tudela 1601 - Zaragoza 1672): Batalla de sexto tono (Battle of the 6th tone)
    Antonio de Cabezón (Castrillo Mota de Judíos 1510 - Madrid 1566): Diferencias sobre la gallarda milanesa (Variations on the Milanese gaillard)
    Anónimo (16th century): Chanson de la Virgen que parió (Song of the Virgin who gave birth)
    Johann Sebastian Bach (Eisenach 1685 - Leipzig 1750): Fantasy and Fugue in G minor, BWV 542
    Juan de la Rubia (La Vall d'Uixó 1982): Improvisation on the hymn Ave Maris Stella
    Charles Tournemire (Bordeaux 1870 - Arcachon 1939): Choral-Improvisation on Victimae Paschali laudes
    Improvisation reconstructed by Maurice Duruflé from a 78 rpm recording made in 1931 on the great organ of the Basilica of Sainte-Clotilde in Paris
    Louis Vierne (Poitiers 1870 - Paris 1937): Improvised meditation
    Improvisation reconstructed by Maurice Duruflé from a 78 rpm recording made in 1928 on the great organ of Notre-Dame de Paris
    Pierre Cochereau (Saint-Mandé 1924 - Lyon 1984): Variations sur un vieux noël (excerpts)
    Improvised variations recorded on the great organ of Notre-Dame de Paris on Christmas Eve 1973 and reconstructed by Jeremy Filsell

    Juan de la Rubia trained at the conservatoires of Valencia and Barcelona, the University of the Arts in Berlin and the conservatoire of Toulouse. He has won numerous prizes, including the Eurovision National Prize for Young Spanish Musicians, the Prize of the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Granada, and the Prize of the Palau de la Música Catalana in Barcelona. He performs in the greatest concert halls as a soloist and with orchestra: Auditorio Nacional de Musica de Madrid, Konzerthaus de Berlin, Gewandhaus de Leipzig, Elbphilharmonie de Hambourg, Philharmonie de Saint-Pétersbourg; the cathedrals of Cologne, Westminster, Bogota, Mexico, the church of Saint-Sulpice in Paris. His repertoire ranges from early music to works by contemporary composers. Between 2014 and 2016, he performed Bach's complete works for organ in Madrid and Barcelona.
    Juan de la Rubias is titular organist at Barcelona's famous Sagrada Familia and professor of improvisation at the Escola Superior de Música de Catalunya. He is regularly invited to give master classes in Stuttgart, Budapest and Rome.

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    Price: €10 / Support price: €15
    Under-16s: free (at the concert entrance only)

    Tickets at: (opening soon)
    - Vouvant, Fontenay-le-Comte, La Châtaigneraie and Maillezais Tourist Offices
    Tel: 02 51 69 44 99
    - Online: billetterie.vendeegrandsud.com
    - At the church, ½ hour before the concert: payment by card possible

    Access to the concert via the Théodelin nave

    Children: recommended for ages 5 and up
  • Rates
  • Basic price adult
    15 €
  • Basic price adult
    10 €
  • Children's price
    Free
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  • On August 15, 2024 at 7:00 PM
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