Professor Gail Archer Performs A Slavic Celebration, Part 3: Russian Contemporary Composers

Saturday, April 10, 2021 - 3:00pm
St. John Nepomucene, 411 East 66th Street, New York City     map
Gail Archer (photo credit: Stephanie Berger)

Gail Archer (photo credit: Stephanie Berger)

Professor Gail Archer will perform a collection of three concerts titled "A Slavic Celebration: A Trio of New York City Concerts of Contemporary Organ Music by Polish, Ukrainian, and Russian Composers." This event is co-sponsored by The Harriman Institute, Columbia University. The program showcases the little-known organ literature of Eastern Europe.

Information taken from the events' website.

All concerts are first come, first served with limited capacity due to COVID-19 restrictions.

Russian program, Saturday, April 10, 2021, at 3:00 p.m.
St. John Nepomucene, 411 East 66th Street, New York City
Tickets: Free, donations accepted.
For information: Contact the church at 212-734-4613 or visit eastrivercatholics.org
Prelude and Fugue in D Minor, op. 98 (Alexander Glasunow), Prelude in G Minor (Cesar Cui), Prelude in Ab Minor (Cesar Cui), Prelude Pastorale, op. 54 (Sergei Ljapunow), Toccata (Sergei Slonimsky), Prelude and Fugue (Alexander Shaversaschvili), Night on Bald Mountain (Modest Mussorgsky, transcr. for organ by Zsigmond Szathmary)