Friðrik Vignir Stefánsson plays at the International Organ Summer, Thursday 9 August

Friðrik Vignir Stefánsson earned a cantor’s degree at the National Church School of Music in 1987 and in 2005 he was a graduate student at the Royal Conservatory in Copenhagen for a year. For eighteen years Stefánsson was the organist and choir master of Grundarfjarðarkirkja church in Western Iceland. Over the years he has regularly attended organ courses abroad and given concerts in Iceland and abroad. Since 2007 he has been organist and musical director at Seltjarnarneskirkja church in the Reykjavík area.

Thursday 9 August at 12:00: Friðrik Vignir Stefánsson plays pieces by  G. Böhm, L. Marchand and Bach (Prelude and Fugue in D Minor). Admission: ISK 2.000.


Georg Böhm 1661‒1733 Prelude and Fugue in C Major
Vater unser im Himmelreich

Louis Marchand 1669‒1732 Cinquième Livre d‘Orgue (Fifth Organ Book)

1. Basse de Cromorne ou de Trompette
2. Duo
4. Plein-Jeu
6. Basse de Trompette ou de Cromorne
7. Récit de tierce en taille

Johann Sebastian Bach 1685‒1750 Prelude and Fugue in D Minor, BWV 539

Tickets are sold in the church one hour before the concert and also online on