Third edition of the Bach Vermouth season, and on this occasion the great French concert performer Daniel Roth will be displaying all his virtuosity in the symphony hall of the National Auditorium, performing works by Bach, Vidor, as well as some of his own compositions.
Recently named International Artist of the Year by the American Guild of Organists, Daniel Roth (Mulhouse, France, 1942) is considered a virtuoso organist, thanks to the strongly improvisational nature of his pieces. He is also the organist of the famous Saint Sulpice church in Paris, which makes him a unique artist in his genre.
As well as performing works by Johann Sebastian Bach, he will also delight audiences with pieces from his repertoire such as Del Livre d’orgue pour le Magnificat and la I. Magnificat - Et exsultavit.
Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)
Prelude and fugue in b minor, BWV 544 (1727/31)
Daniel Roth (1942)
Del Livre d’orgue pour le Magnificat (2007)
I. Magnificat - Et exsultavit
IV. Et misericordia
Charles-Marie Widor (1844-1937)
Organ symphony No. 6 in G minor, op. 42, nº 2 (1885)