Nordic Organduo

Abram Bezuijen

concertorganist

The Nordic Organduo 


The Nordic Organduo has played together since 2012 and perform original works as well as an orchestral repertoire. Their programmes are usually a fine blend of works; and can include selections from Tchaikovsky’s The Nutcracker Suite and Bolero by Ravel or original works as "Rhapsody" by Naji Hakim and Sonate by Gustav Merkel.


The duo attaches particularly importance to playing Norwegian works and has played works by Sverre Eftestøl, Gisle Kverndokk and Stig Wernø Holter. JeeYoung and Abram have played over 60 concerts together both in Norway and abroad.



                      Scored 6 in the newspaper    Fredrikstads Blad




The unusual concert programme was performed to a high technical and musical level.

New this time was orchestral music by Saint-Saëns, Tchaikovsky and Ravel, music it would be hard to imagine could be played on an organ of the type installed in Fredrikstad church. The talented musicians had worked very hard adapting the tonal sound for the instrument. The concert began with Mozart’s Fantasy which raised the bar high!


Reviewer: Guttorm O. Ihlebæk, former Cathedral organist in Fredrikstad.

Konserten ble gjennomført på et teknisk og musikalsk høyt nivå i et uvanlig program.

Det nye denne gangen var orkestermusikk av Saint-Säens, Tschaikowski og Ravel, noe man skulle tro ikke var mulig å gjenskape på et orgel av den typen man har i Østre Fredrikstad kirke. Men de dyktige utøverne hadde gjort en formidabel innsats med å tilrettelegge klangbildet for instrumentet. Mozarts «Fantasi» innledet konserten. Utførelsen satte høyeste standard!


Anmelder: Guttorm O. Ihlebæk, tidligere domorganist Fredrikstad

Repertoar



Norwegian composers:


* Dalebø, Jostein


* Eftestøl, Sverre


* Grieg, Edvard


* Holter, Stig Wernø


* Kverndokk, Gisle





* Bach


* Beethoven


* Hakim, Naji


* Keijzer, Arie J.


* Merkel, Gustav


* Mozart


* Piazzolla


* Ravel


* Saint-Saëns


* Schubert


* Tschaikowski


* Wammes, Ad


* Wesley