The concert at the beginning of the year of the “Pfarrer Hans Dittmann Foundation” on January 20 at 5 pm in Heilig Geist, combines acoustic and visual waves to create a multi-sensory overall experience that bathes the church in sound and light.

The “Wellenklänge” will be appropriately staged by Roman Hauser and Peter Frisée on the organs and by Bertsch & Gruber using visuals – a combination of light and projections. The program of these four young artists from Vienna thus combines the play with light, image and space with transcriptions of Grieg’s first Peer Gynt-Suite and Smetana’s “Die Moldau” as well as Peter Frisée’s “Elbwellen” created especially for two organists. A visible and audible fusion that invites the audience to a sound and light bath.


EDVARD GRIEG (1843-1907)
Peer Gynt Suite I op. 46
1. Morgenstimmung
2. Åses Tod
3. Anitras Tanz
4. In der Halle des Bergkönigs

Elbwellen (2018) Meditation für 2 Orgeln

Die Moldau – Vltava (1874)
1. Die Quelle der Moldau –Die Moldau strömt breit dahin
2. Waldjagd
3. Bauernhochzeit
4. Mondschein; Nymphenreigen
5. St. Johann – Stromschnellen
6. Die Moldau strömt breit dahin
7. Vysehrad Motiv