About Alexander Fiseisky

    Alexander Fiseisky is one of the most distinguished of Russia's organists.  He has played in some thirty countries, including the USA, Europe, Britain, and Japan.
    He is especially well known in Germany, being renowned for his interpretations of Bach. His official positions are Professor of Organ and Head of Organ Studies of the Russian Academy of Music, and Soloist of the Moscow State Philharmonic Society.
    International citations and appointments have been given to him, he has introduced the modern English cathedral organ to Russia, premièred many new works, and organised and directed FSU-wide month long organ festivals.  He has become connected with grand and solemn UK national
and international occasions.

  • Festivals Participation: Calgary, Washington, Los Angeles, Cleveland, Lübeck, St Albans, London, Vienna, Rotterdam, Copenhagen, Tokyo.

  • Orchestras and TV: Many FSU performances.

  • Concerts: About 50 per year.

  • Complete Bach Works: Series of 15 concerts, given in 14 cities with several TV recordings.

  • Organ Music From Antiquity to
    20th Century:
    Series of 18 concerts, given in three cities.

  • Russian Organ Music: Series of two concerts; also on Etcetera two CD set,

  • Lectures & Master Classes: Baltimore (Peabody Conservatory), Vienna, Hamburg, Oundle, etc., etc...

  • Westminster Abbey & Washington National Cathedral: UK & USA premières of Mirzoyev's Organ Symphony

  • Three Volumes of  Russian Organ Music 1997: The first authoritative western set for very many years, edited from original manuscripts and authorities.

  • Apart from playing the classical repertoire, Alexander plays extended programmes of modern Russian composers, and will be making a special recording of avant garde Russian organ music shortly.

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