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Canon John O. Bruce Memorial Organ Concert: Zoltán Borbély

For the first concert of its 2017-2018 season, St. Norbert Abbey’s Canon John O. Bruce Memorial Organ Concert Series presents organist Zoltán Borbély. The concert is open to the public and is a free will offering.

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About the Organist

Zoltán Borbély

Zoltán Borbély

With roots in Serbia, Zoltán Borbély is a multi-talented musician, having studied accordion, harpsichord, thoroughbass, and organ. He attended and graduated from several European music and arts schools, and has participated in numerous master classes in Austria, Germany, and France.

Borbély is an assistant professor of organ at the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad in Serbia. As a soloist and orchestra musician, he has performed internationally with a repertoire that includes music genres ranging from early Baroque to contemporary music. He enjoys compositions by Maurice Duruflé, the French late Romantics, and contemporary composers.

Concert Program

Nicolas de Grigny
(1672-1703)
Premier livre d’orgue – Veni Creator

En taille à 5, Fugue à 5, Duo, Récit de Cromorne, Dialogue sur les Grands Jeux

Gabriel Pierné
(1863-1937)
Trois pièces op.29

Prélude, Cantilène, Scherzando de Concert

Jehan Alain
(1911-1940)
Variations sur un thème de Clément Janequin JA 118

Litanies JA 119

Intermission
Johann Sebastian Bach
(1685-1750)
Chorale “Werde munter, mein Gemüte” from cantata BWV 147

organ transcription by Maurice Duruflé

Maurice Duruflé
(1902-1986)
Prélude et fugue sur le nom d’Alain op.7
Johann Sebastian Bach
(1685-1750)
Chorale “Ertöt uns durch dein Güte” from cantata BWV 22

organ transcription by Maurice Duruflé

Maurice Duruflé
(1902-1986)
Suite pour orgue op.5

Prélude, Sicilienne, Toccata


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Date/Time
Date(s) - Saturday October 21, 2017
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Location
St. Norbert Abbey

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