Olivier Latry (photo: Deyan Parouchev)

Organ

Olivier Latry organ

Blechbläserensemble der Berliner Philharmoniker

Louis Vierne

Marche triomphale pour le centenaire de Napoléon I. für Orgel und Blechbläser

Marcel Dupré

Variations sur un Noël, op. 20

Giacomo Puccini

Preludio sinfonico in A major (arr. for Brass and Organ by Matthias Gromer)

Louis Vierne

Organ Symphony No. 1 in D minor, op. 14, 4th Movement: Allegro vivace

Louis Vierne

Organ Symphony No. 1 in D minor, op. 14, 6th Movement: Finale

Franz Liszt/Jean Guillou

Fantasy and Fugue on the Theme B-A-C-H

Paul Dukas

Symphony in C major: 3rd Movement Allegro spiritoso (arr. for brass and organ by Sebastian Heindl)

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The organists of the Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris – including the famous Louis Vierne and his flamboyant successor Pierre Cochereau – have always been among France’s musical luminaries. When Olivier Latry, aged 23, was appointed to the Cathedral on the Seine in 1985, he began a sensational career that continues taking him all over the world. The exceptional musician has already been a guest in the Philharmonie Berlin on several occasions. He will now present a festive pre-Christmas programme “à la française” together with the brass players of the Berliner Philharmoniker.

Olivier Latry (photo: Deyan Parouchev)