Munich, Dresden, Cologne, Hamburg, Vienna, Paris, Milan, Vicenza, Moscow, Los Angeles, New York, Taiwan, Tokyo, Korea, Amsterdam, Finland. Hard to believe, but true: two weeks of

30 concert films from the world's great organ stages, encounters with great and well-known organists, webinars, master classes, top-class online symposia with topics related to the organ - all digitally accessible for music fans worldwide.

The "1st International Online Organ Festival" (IOOF) will take place from April 18 to May 1, 2022, with tickets available from February.

At the free Q & A (Question - Answer) events, there will be a unique opportunity to ask organists questions and directly, in the form of a Zoom conversation.

Another opportunity to learn more about the organ are the panels

The discussion panels are held via Zoom in German or English with prominent interlocutors* from music, politics and society. Here, viewers can listen and also actively participate in the discussion.

In addition, interesting webinars are offered for in-depth discussion of various topics in the context of the organ. As soon as the list of topics for the webinars is published, registration for the limited places will be opened.

The online masterclasses are a special offering designed for people to further their education about organ practice. The limited seats are reserved for students as well as active organists*.

The festival is kindly supported by the Goethe Institut, Festival e.V and Waldkircher Orgelstiftung and in cooperation with: First Organ Associations are the VEM - Verband evangelischer Kirchenmusikerinnen und Kirchenmusiker, the IAO - the umbrella organization of English organ associations and the RCO - Royal College of Organists.


The center is Munich and the patrons are the German UNESCO Commission, star conductor Kent Nagano and former Bundestag President Norbert Lammert.


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