Vincent Dubois sits at an organ
Vincent Dubois | Picture: Clara Beck

Concert information


At the invitation of the Berliner Philharmoniker


They are an unconventional and avowed duet: Vincent Dubois, titular organist of Notre-Dame in Paris, and accordionist Marie-Andrée Joerger have been performing together for many years. At their organ matinee, they transform the Philharmonie first into a French salon with works by Ravel and Debussy, then into an Argentinian café – with tangos such as Invierno porteño, Adiós Nonino and Decarisimo by Astor Piazzolla. Imposing works by celebrated French organ composers Louis Vierne and Maurice Duruflé round off the performance.


Vincent Dubois organ
Marie-Andrée Joerger accordion


Louis Vierne
Carillon de Westminster, op. 54 No. 6

Maurice Duruflé
Suite for organ, op. 5

Maurice Ravel
Le Tombeau de Couperin: Rigaudon, Menuet and Toccata (arr. for organ by Vincent Dubois)

Claude Debussy
Petite Suite: Cortège and Ballet (arr. for organ and accordion by Vincent Dubois and Marie-Andrée Joerger)

Astor Piazzolla
Invierno porteño, Adiós Nonino and Decarisimo (arr. for organ and Accordion by Vincent Dubois und Marie-Andrée Joerger)

Main Auditorium

22 €

Series Z: Organ