Recital at Central Synagogue

Arno Hartman

Arno Hartman, © courtesy of the Gabe Wiener Foundation

19.10.2018 - Article

German Organist Arno Hartman to play a recital on December 11, 2018.

The German Consulate General Recommends:

The Gabe Wiener Foundation is proud to continue its free lunchtime concert series PRISM CONCERTS: The Organ Series, which plays on the second and fourth Tuesday of every month at 12:30 PM at Central Synagogue in NYC, is one for every music and art lover. On December 11th, German organist Arno Hartman will be playing a recital.

Arno Hartman, born in Duisburg (Germany), recieved his musical education at the University for Music and Performing Arts in Vienna in organ, conducting and churchmusic, finishing with his Master of Arts degree. During his studies, he participated in master classes in Haarlem/Amsterdam and in 'Performance on period instruments' in Göteborg/Sweden.

He  has been invited to perform in numerous international Organ Festivals in the most countrys of Europe, Iceland, in Russia, South Africa, Australia, Argentina and Uruguay.

In march 2018 he played with Moscow Chamber Orchestra in the Tschaikowsky Concert Hall of the Moscow Philharmonic. Last June he was invited for a concert tour to Russia where he played organ recitals in the Philharmonic Halls from Perm, Arkhangelsk, St. Petersburg and Kaliningrad.

In 2001 Arno Hartmann had his USA “Debut” in Atlanta, where he also animated master classes at the Emory Universtiy. In october 2004 he played the inauguration-concert of the Basically Bach Festival New York.

PRISM CONCERTS: The Organ Series is an exceptional opportunity for audiences of all ages, faiths, philosophies, and backgrounds to be invigorated, inspired, and introduced to beautiful music in a stunning and peaceful atmosphere.

Location and time:

In the Sanctuary of Central Synagogue,
On the southwest corner of Lexington Ave @ 55th Street
December 11, 2018, at 12:30 pm

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