Sebastian Heindl (photo: Stephan Rabold)


Sebastian Heindl organ

Richard Wagner

Prelude to Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg (arr. Edwin Lemare)

Johann Sebastian Bach

Prelude and Fugue in E minor, BWV 548

Wilhelm Middelschulte

Perpetuum mobile, Etude for pedals alone

César Franck

Chorale No. 1 in E major, FWV 38

Ludwig van Beethoven

Symphony No. 7 in A major, op. 92: 2nd Movement Allegretto (arr. William Thomas Best and Sebastian Heindl)

Robert Schumann

Studies in the form of Canons for Organ or Pedal Piano, op. 56 No. 4 “Innig”

Maurice Duruflé

Suite for Organ, op. 5: 3rd Movement Toccata

Dates and Tickets

Sun, 11 Oct 2020, 11:00



You’ll want to take note of this name: Sebastian Heindl. Wherever the organist, who was born in 1997, performs, he brings the audience to thundering applause. The passionate virtuosity and the youthful vigour of his interpretations are fascinating and compelling. It’s no wonder that in recent years he has won several first prizes at international competitions. Sebastian Heindl is still studying at the University of Music in Leipzig, but he has long since become a guest on concert stages in Europe and the USA.

Sebastian Heindl (photo: Stephan Rabold)