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  St Paul’s Lutheran Church Wladiwostok November 25. 2017– January 7.2018
  Music composed by Manfred Brockmann in Vladivostok a concert in St Paul’s Vladivostok November 25,.2017
  Manfred Brockmann turned 80 on August 20
  21.Culture Days Vladivostok Sept 28 – Oct 7. 2017
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  20th Cultural Days in Vladivostok September 29th-October 10th "People Leave Their Countries. Why do they do that?"
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Music composed by Manfred Brockmann in Vladivostok a concert in St Paul’s Vladivostok November 25,.2017

That was a great event, which proved again, how much people of our city Vladivostok love and esteem the musical style and tradition of our Lutheran Church
according to St. Augustine, M Luther und J S Bach
We had an overfilled house….

Program

-3 suites Ensemble “Concertone”
Bayan = Russian accordion / piano/ Clarinet / Violin/ Cello
-Sonata for piano and viola
-Duo for viola and violin
-Song “Evening” according to a text of Andreas Grypphius
-Sonata for violin solo
-String quartet do minor
-Piano quintet do major