Johannes Zeinler, concert organist from Austria will give concerts July 13 and 14

Born in 1993, the Austrian organist Johannes Zeinler started his musical career at the local music school in his native town near Vienna. He continued his studies in organ with Klaus Kuchling and Pier Damiano Peretti, piano with Christiane Karajev and church music at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna. Following his graduation, he studied the organ and harpsichord for one year in Toulouse under Michel Bouvard and Jan Willem Jansen (Organ) and Yasuko Bouvard (Harpsichord).

He is currently studying for his Masters in Claviorganum at the University of Music and Theatre in Hamburg, where he is focusing on early music repertoire with Wolfgang Zerer in organ and Menno van Delft in harpsichord. After early successes at international organ competitions in Wiesbaden 2012, Kitzbühel 2012 and Liechtenstein 2013, Johannes won both the prestigious First Prize at the International Organ Competition in St.Albans in 2015 and the renowned “Grand Prix de Chartres” in 2018. As recitalist he has been invited to major festivals and venues like the Chapel of King’s College, Cambridge, the Bavokerk in Haarlem, the Cathedral of Poitiers, the Philharmonic Hall in Essen and Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris.

Program Saturday July 13 at 12 noon:

Johann Sebastian Bach 1685-1750 
Präludium und Fuge G-Dur BWV550 

Maurice Duruflé 1902-1986
Scherzo op. 2 

Charles-Marie Widor 1844-1937 
Choral From 7ème Symphony en la mineur op 42/3 

Louis Vierne 1870-1937 
Final From Deuxième Symphonie en mineur op. 20


Program Sunday July 14 at 5 pm

Johann Sebastian Bach 1685-1750 
Sinfonia From cantata “Wir danken dir, Gott, wir danken dir” BWV 29

César Franck 1822-1890 
Deuxième Choral en si mineur 

Louis Vierne 1870-1937 
Deuxième Symphonie en mi mineur op.20
Allegro 
Choral 
Scherzo 
Cantabile 
Final