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Adam Lenart 

Adam Lenart, (b. 1973 in Trzebnica, Poland) studied organ performance under Andrzej Chorosiński at the Wrocław Academy of Music and graduated with honors.

His outstanding achievements earned him admission to the organ class led by Anders Riber at the Jutland Music Conservatory of Aarhus, Denmark, where he graduated with the soloist diploma and Copenhagen and Aarhus debut recitals in 1998.

Having been awarded the DAAD scholarship enabled him to study under Gerhard Weinberger at the Detmold Conservatory of Music, where he completed his studies in Church Music with the highest-level exams.

Following his studies in Poland and Germany, Adam Lenart has also shown great interest in historical performance studies, both on the organ and harpsichord.

He serves as a church musician in Cologne vicinity - and appears regularly as an international concert organist.

Adam Lenart has been the recipient of awards at multiple international organ competitions, i.e., the Feliks Nowowiejski Prize in Poznan; the Frank Martin Prize for the best interpretation of this composer´s Passacaglia in Saint-Maurice, Switzerland, and the First Prize/Hermann Schroeder Prize in the Trier Cathedral.

Recently, he has recorded an all-Mendelssohn CD with the 3 Preludes and Fugues for Organ, Op. 37, along with his own organ arrangement of the 6 Preludes and Fugues for Piano, Op. 35, on the new Paschen Organ of the Martin Luther church in Detmold for the renowned classical label Dabringhaus and Grimm.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

REPERTOIRE

Program Organ recital                               "BAROQUE & ROMANTICISM"

Johann Sebastian BACH (1685-1750)                                                                  Präludium und Fuge D-Dur BWV 532                                                                                        

Georg Philipp TELEMANN (1681-1767) Triosonate in D
                                 Grave-Presto-Andante-Scherzando                                                                  

Salomon JADASSOHN (1831-1902) Fantasie in g
                                       Praeludium (Kanon)-Aria-Fuge                                                             

Friedrich Christian MOHRHEIM (1719-1780) 7 Trios
           - Trio in G (3/4)
           - Trio in G (2/4)
           - Trio in g
           - Trio in A
           - Trio in C "Ein feste Burg ist unser Gott"
           - Trio in a "Wer nur den lieben Gott lässt walten"
           - Trio in g "Jesu, der du meine Seele"

 

August Gottfried RITTER (1811-1885) 3. Sonate a-moll

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NEWS

03.06.2018

HOLPE, Kath. Mariä Heimsuchung Kirche, 10.15 Uhr ORGELKONZERT auf der historischen Klais Orgel von 1911. Schlesische Orgelmusik von Moritz BROSIG, Adolph HESSE, Salomon JADASSOHN. Link: >>>

09.06.2018

FRIESENHAGEN, Kath. Sankt Sebastianus Kirche, 20 Uhr ORGEL/CHORKONZERT auf der Seifert Orgel mit dem Projektchor Siegtal-Wildenburg-Oberberg. Werke von Johannes BRAHMS, Sigfrid KARG-ELERT, Max REGER und Oratorium "Die Erschaffung der Welt" von Bert RUF. Link: >>>

24.07.2018

MARIAGER (Dänemark), Mariager Kirke, 19.30 Uhr ORGELKONZERT auf der Bernard Aubertin Orgel. Werke von Johann Gottlieb JANITSCH, Felix MENDELSSOHN-BARTHOLDY, August FREYER, Adolph Friedrich HESSE, Moritz BROSIG, Salomon JADASSOHN. Link: >>>

23.09.2018

BONN-DUISDORF, Kath. Sankt Rochus Kirche, 17 Uhr ORGELKONZERT auf der Weimbs Orgel. Werke von Johannes BRAHMS, Max REGER, Sigfrid KARG-ELERT & Hermann SCHROEDER ("Die Marianischen Antiphone"). Link:  >>>

CDs

Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy: Preludes and Fugues op.35 Nr.1-6 & op.37 Nr.1-3 for Organ

Adam Lenart / Paschen Organ Martin-Luther-Kirche Detmold (D)
Label: MDG, 2012
Date of publication: 15.3.2013

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4. Orgelwettbewerb
um den Hermann-Schroeder-Preis

Cover: Prize winner Concert 2005
Composers: H. Schroeder, S. Karg-Elert, A. Glasnow, M. Dupré
Label: Mosel Festwochen/SWR
Instrument: Klais Organ, Trier Cathedral (D)

Performers: Adam Lenart, Albert Miklós and Lenka Fehl-Gajdosovà (Organ)

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Johann Sebastian Bach               "Wielkie Toccaty"

Silesia Sonans 2004

Instrument: Schlag & Söhne Organ, Jelenia Gora (PL)

Label: Megavox

Performers: Adam Lenart, Marek Fronc, Bartosz Jakubczak (Organ)

 

 

 

 

Veni Domine

Christmas choral music: Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Knut Nystedt, Franz Biebl, Maurice Duruflé, Johann Sebastian Bach, Johannes Eccard, u.a.

Production: 2003

der junge chor aachen

Adam Lenart, Organ

Choirmaster: Prof. Fritz ter Wey

 

 

 

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