Cathedral organist

Cathedral organist Andreas Sieling

Prof. Dr. Andreas Sieling has been the Cathedral organist on the great Sauer organ in Berlin Cathedral since 2005. He studied the organ at the Robert-Schumann University in Düsseldorf with Prof. Hans-Dieter Möller and church music in the city of Halle (Saale), as well as musicology, German studies and journalism in Berlin. He received his doctorate with a thesis on the Berlin church musician August Wilhelm Bach (1796 – 1869).

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Sauer organ

Berlin Cathedral’s great Sauer organ was designed and created during the building's construction, and is thus part of the original artistic fittings and fixtures.

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The Bach Project

Cathedral organist Andreas Sieling will be performing the complete organ works of Johann Sebastian Bach for the first time on the great Sauer organ. The series comprises 15 concerts over five years (2017 - 2021).

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