Works of Samuel Scheidt, Heinrich Scheidemann, Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck, and Johann Sebastian Bach
When one thinks of the baroque organ in Central Germany, names like Gottfried Silbermann, Zacharias Hildebrandt, or Tobias Heinrich Trost come to mind. The versatile sound possibilities of this “Queen of Instruments” never fail to impress. The International Gottfried Silbermann Competition has been exemplary in their efforts in promoting the next generation of organists, and chooses every second year its winner, competing on the famous organ of the great Saxon organ builder. The first prize is designated as the “Prize of Central German Baroque Music”. The winner in 2015 was Stuttgart resident Mami Nagata, who will present her Heinrich Schütz Music Festival debut on the organ built by Hermann Eule in the Cathedral of Zeitz.
A special offer for students
For 5,00 €, each young and curious person can participate, s/he just has to have a student ID!
The Junior!_Card allows free seating in all sections according to capacity
Buy 6 tickets and receive a 10% rebate: if you buy 6 or more tickets in one order, you’ll receive a rebate of 10%. – Guided-tours are not included.
Buy 10 tickets and receive a 15% rebate: If you buy at least 10 tickets in one order, you’ll receive a rebate of 15% off of the ticket price. – Guided-tours are not included.
Are you arriving in company? Please ask us about our special conditions for group discounts! These tickets can be booked over the Geschäftsstelle der Mitteldeutschen Barockmusik e.V. [see contact page]
Mami Nagata on the Eule Organ
1st prize winner of the XII. International Gottfried Silbermann Competition
Tickets: 12,- € | Junior!: 5,- €