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We have started preparing Vox Organi 2022! Please find the festival schedule here, but keep in mind that there might be changes, depending on the current situation’s development. See you at Vox Organi 2022!

2020 and 2021 have been the festival Vox Organi’s third and fourth seasons, and very special ones, for it has been the only festival taking place live and in front of an audience over three months in spite of the Covid 19 – pandemic in two consecutive years. Due to church regulations, Vox Organi – events were musical evening services, placement restrictions, and all safety rules like hygiene and the wearing of facial masks have been strictly followed throughout both festival seasons.

We pay tribute to the artists who would have loved to contribute to Vox Organi 2021, but could not make it, due to Covid-restrictions here and hope to see most of you this season!

The festival’s artistic director is Director of Sacred Music Prof. Dr. Friedhelm Flamme, chairman of GFdO e.V., the supporting association of Vox Organi. (Please find a membership form here)

The greater Lower Saxon area that stands for the festival’s subtitle The Organ Festival In Lower Saxony holds, both in its larger cities and in its rural small towns and villages, a treasure of charming old churches where greatly unknown organs of major historical importance can be discovered. It is expressedly the festival’s goal to present these places and their instruments and thus to reawaken a public general awareness for and interest in sacred places and sacred music. 

The list of participants of 2022 is again a Who is Who of internationally renowned organists. Several events will, in addition to an organ recital,  have an additional program of Gregorian Chant music or a special soloist. 

Have fun and enjoy the  Vox Organi-season 2022!