Saturday, October 1, 2022 • 3 p.m.

Join us in celebrating 130 years of All Saints with a very special Classical Music Concert on October 1st, International Day of Music. The concert will feature internationally acclaimed musicians Arkady Leytush, piano and organ, and Gennady Kupisok, clarinet. Tickets are available for purchase for both in-person and online attendance. Advance tickets cost $20 and tickets at the door cost $25. Tickets for online attendance cost $25 and can only be purchased online. Click the buttons below to make a purchase.


J.S. Bach – Adagio

L. Van Beethoven – Sonata #14

F. Chopin – Waltz # 7

P. Tchaikovsky – The Song Without Words

T. Albinoni – Adagio

A. Scriabin – Prelude

J. Brahms – Hungarian Dance # 5

F. Schubert – Ave Maria

A. Dvorak – Humoresque

A. & E. Morricone – Love Theme From “Cinema Paradiso”

P. Tchaikovsky – October

F. Kreisler – “Miniature Waltz” “Liebesleid” “Schon Rosmarin”

G. Puccini – “O Mio Babbino Caro”

V. Monti – Czardas

Meet The Musicians

Arkady LeytushPiano / Organ

One of World’s most gifted conductors, Leytush has directed orchestras in Europe and the United States to great acclaim. Critics as have described him as “a conductor in the Grand Russian Tradition” and his dynamic interpretations have made him an audience favorite. Leytush’s artistry is known throughout the former Soviet Union, but it was not until 1994 that he gained recognition in the United States when he, on a week’s notice, made a stunning debut with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, replacing Yuri Temirkanov.

Since 1980 Leytush has worked with a wide variety of Orchestras including Novosibirsk Academic Opera and Ballet Theatre (Russia), New World Symphony Orchestra, Detroit Symphony Orchestra, New York Chamber Symphony, Brooklyn Philharmonic Orchestra, Orquestra Filarmonic De Buenos Aires, Orquestra Nacional Do Porto, Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra, St. Petersburg Philharmonic Academic Symphony Orchestra, New Jersey Symphony Orchestra, The National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine, The National Symphony Orchestra of Odessa, Crimea Academic Philharmonic Orchestra, Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra, Nizhny Novgorod Academic Symphony Orchestra, The Israel Symphony Orchestra Rishon Le Zion, Kremlin Orchestra, Plovdiv Philharmonic, Varna Philharmonic, Sofia Philharmonic Orchestra, The National Latvian Symphony Orchestra, Belgorod Philharmonic Orchestra, among others.

Arkady Leytush made numerous Transcriptions and Orchestrations of music by composers such as J.S. Bach, Buxtehude, Schubert, Mendelssohn, Czerny, Chopin, Mussorgsky, Rimsky-Korsakov, Borodin, Liadov, Cui, Glazunov, Dargomyzhsky, Artsibushev, Sokolov, Rachmaninoff, Scriabin, Shostakovich, Mayer, Poulenc, Albeniz, Guastavino, Sisler, Milhaud, Piazzolla, Jobim, Ellington, among others. –

Gennady Kupisok Clarinet

Dr. Gennady Kupisok is a native of St. Petersburg, Russia where he graduated from Leningrad State Conservatory majoring in clarinet. He completed doctorate studies in musical performance at Gnesin State Pedagogical Institute in Moscow, Russia’s most prestigious educational institution for musicians. Gennady Kupisok holds a PhD. in Education from Leningrad State Art institute.

Gennady Kupisok was the first prizewinner of the Woodwind Competition in Leningrad in 1975 and performed extensively as soloist in Russia, Eastern Europe, and the US – most notably in Chicago, Philadelphia and New York’s Carnegie and Weill Recital Halls.

Along with his extensive career as a performer, Dr. Kupisok has always enjoyed teaching. He believes in early introduction of children to the world of music and guides their musical development from young age to adulthood. Many of his students have moved on to become acclaimed professional musicians.

Gennady Kupisok currently resides in New York where he performs and teaches throughout the Tri-State area. –