Germany’s stars shine in Havana

Por Yandry Fernández Perdomo

Docentes del Instituto de Música Sacra y Pedagogía Musical, de Ratisbona, Alemania

This Friday took place in the Church of St. Francis of Asses, located in the historic center of the city, the sixth concert of Sacred Music Week, this time dedicated to the monoliths of the German Baroque.

The teachers of the Institute of Sacred Music and Musical Pedagogy, from Regensburg, Germany, were the protagonists of the important evening evening: Stefan Baier, in charge of the positive organ; Katja Stuber, soprano; Claudia Gerauer, in the sweet flute and Markus Rupprecht, in the organ.

In the first part, the artists performed the cantata for soprano, sweet flute and continuous bass “Seele, Lerne Dich Erkennen”, by Georg Philipp Telemann.

Subsequently, an improvisation was performed to the organ with the sonata in F major “Adagio man non tanto”, by the legendary Johann Sebastian Bach and the musical work “Auf Ehernen Mauern TWV 1:96”, also by Philipp Telemann.

On Saturday at the Padre Félix Varela Cultural Center and in the Church of the Holy Angel Custodian and St. Francis of Asses, the last chords of sacred musical repertoires that throughout this week have set the sonority of the historic center of the city with the presence of great stars of Cuba and the world.

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