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Kremnica Castle Organ

THE INTERNATIONAL festival of organ music that has been taking place every Sunday since July 6 in the medieval Church of St Katherine in the central Slovak town of Kremnica has three more concerts to go.

THE INTERNATIONAL festival of organ music that has been taking place every Sunday since July 6 in the medieval Church of St Katherine in the central Slovak town of Kremnica has three more concerts to go.

This coming Sunday, August 10, Japanese organist Aya Tanaka will perform music by Bach, Franck, Kondo and Reger on the church's new Rieger-Kloss organ. August 17 will belong to Belgian organist Jozef Sluys, who will play music by Bach, Böhm, Jongen, Peeters and Franck. Daniel Glaus from Switzerland will close the eight-concert series with compositions by Bach, Frescobaldi, Widor, Glaus and Franck.

The concerts start at 18:00, at the Kostol Svätej Kataríny, Kremnica. For more information visit www.kremnica.sk.

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