Organ matinee with Raphael Attila Vogl and Wenzel Fuchs
At only 27 years of age, Raphael Vogl is not only a gifted organist, but also a creative arranger. He presents both skills to us on his debut at the organ of the Philharmonie Berlin.
We will hear, for example, Max Reger’s Variations and Fugue on a Theme by Mozart, originally conceived as an orchestral piece, in his highly virtuosic arrangement for organ.
He has also arranged various works from the Baroque to New music for organ and clarinet.
His partner is Wenzel Fuchs, principal clarinet of the Berliner Philharmoniker, who brings an additional timbre to the piece with his nuanced clarinet tone.
Johann Sebastian Bach
Toccata in G minor BWV 915 (arrangement by Raphael Attila Vogl)
Johann Ludwig Krebs
Fantasy in F minor Krebs-WV 604 (arrangement for organ and clarinet by Raphael Attila Vogl)
Clarinet Sonata in E flat major op. 167 (arrangement for organ and clarinet by Raphael Attila Vogl)
Kevin Matthew Puts
Air for piano and clarinet (arrangement for organ and clarinet by Raphael Attila Vogl)
Variations and Fugue on a Theme by Mozart op. 132 (arranged for organ by Raphael Attila Vogl)
Raphael Attila Vogl