ELKE ECKERSTORFER organist of St. Augustin in Vienna plays at the weekend concerts Saturday 4 August and Sunday 5 August

Elke Eckerstorfer studied the organ, piano and harpsichord at the University of Music in Vienna. The winter of 2000/2001 she studied at the National Conservatory of Music in Paris with Bouvard and Latry. Eckerstorfer has received much recognition and prizes for her playing at concerts that have brought her all over Europe and to Japan.

Saturday 4 August at 12 noon

Elke Eckerstorfer plays Bach (Toccata & Fugue in D Minor), Saint-Säens, Brahms and Petrali. Admission: ISK 2.000.

Programme:

Johann Sebastian Bach 1685‒1750
Toccata und Fuge d-moll, BWV 565

Camille Saint-Saëns 1835‒1921 Danse macabre, op.40
Trans. Edwin Lemare 1865‒1934

Johannes Brahms 1833‒1897 Herzlich tut mich erfreuen
from: 11 Choralvorspiele op.post.122

Vincenzo Petrali 1830‒1889 Sonata Finale

Sunday 5 August at 5 pm 

Elke Eckerstorfer plays pieces by Heredia, Bach, Mozart, Saint-Säens, Sulzer, Brahms og Liszt (Präludium und Fuge über BACH).

Admission: ISK 2.500. 

Programme:

Sebastián Aguiléra de Heredia 1561‒1627
Obra de 8° tono – Ensalada

Johann Sebastian Bach 1685‒1750
Prelude and Fugue in D Major, BWV 532

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 1756‒1791 Sonata in F Major, KV 244
Trans. Zigmond Szathmáry *1939

Camille Saint-Saëns 1835‒1921 Danse macabre, op. 40
Trans. Edwin Lemare 1865‒1934

Balduin Sulzer *1932 Phantasia quasi improvisata, 2016

Johannes Brahms 1833‒1897 Herzlich tut mich erfreuen
from 11 Choralvorspiele op.post.122

Franz Liszt 1811‒1886 Präludium und Fuge über BACH

Tickets are sold in the church one hour before the concert and also online on www.midi.is