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  • Nordic Highlights No. 3 2016

    Read the latest issue of Nordic Highlights! Sakaria Oramo about Anders Eliasson's masterwork Dante Anarca. Seven questions for Harri Wessman, who compares composing with the art of cooking. Repertoire tips for the autumn and much more.
  • Fredrik Sixten makes success as Opera Composer

    We congratulate Fredrik Sixten to his rave reviews on his crime opera "W – The Truth Beyond"
  • Nordic Highlights No. 4 2015

    Read about Daniel Börtz's opera Medea, an intense psycological experience with Medea's bloody revenge in focus. Fennica Gehrman has published 24 of Jean Sibelius' piano miniatures, a forgotten treasure trove. New repertoire for ensemble and the latest news about our composers. Listen to sound samples and watch video clips! With this year's last issue of Highlights we wish all our readers a Merry Christmas and A Happy New Year!
  • Nordic Highlights No. 3 2015

    The autumn number of Nordic Highlights focuses on composers Tobias Broström, currently in the limelight with his double percussion concerto, and Canadian-born Finn Matthew Whittall, in whose music you'll find inspiration from nature, Zen-Buddhism and minimalism. You'll also find some inspiring new repertoire for voice and piano, new publications, CDs etc. Listen to sound samples and view video clips!
  • Nordic Highlights No. 1 2015

    Albert Schnelzer finds inspiration in the multifaceted suburb in his new piece for the BBC and Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestras, and Olli Kortekangas, who turns 60 this year, is seeking the connection between feeling, words and music. Read about these two composers in this year's first issue of Nordic Highlights. Also you will find some 21st century solo pieces too add to your piano repertoire, news, reviews new publications etc. Listen to sound samples and watch video clips!
  • Nordic Highlights No. 4 2014

    In this year's last issue of Highlights: Focus on Tommie Haglund, receiver of the major Christ Johnson Prize 2014, and on Lotta Wennäkoski and her worlds of shimmering timbres. Repertoire tips include works for saxophone and orchestra. Don't forget to listen to the sound samples and watch video clips!
  • Nordic Highlights No. 3 2014

    In this issue of Highlights: Read about the close collaboration between Rolf Martinsson and soprano Lisa Larsson, and about Jüri Reivere's opera Peer Gynt which receives its world premiere at the Norwegian National Opera in Oslo this November. Under repertoire tips we present works for chamber orchestra. Listen to sound samples and watch video clips!
  • Nordic Highlights No 2 2014

    Read the latest issue of Nordic Highlights! Read about Benjamin Staern's busy 2014 and the Juhani Nuorvola portrait. Repertoire tips include operas with female focus. News, reviews, sound samples and video clips. Enjoy!
  • Nordic Highlights No 1 2014

    In the first issue of Highlights 2014 you can read about Sven-David Sandström's new St. Matthew Passion, and about Estonian Mihkel Kerem, a prolific composer, conductor and violinst. Repertoire tips include chamber works with piano (trios, quartets and quintets). LIsten to sound samples and watch video clips!
  • Tally ‘s Light and Darkness – Premiere in Umeå

    Mirjam Tally's “Light and Darkness” for choir and orchestra, will receive its world premiere on 27 February at Norrlandsoperan in Umeå. "It will be a journey through the eight Sami seasons, towards the light“, says Mirjam.
  • Sandström’s St Matthew Passion in Berlin

    16 February will see the world premiere of Sven-David Sandström's St Matthew Passion in Berliner Philharmonie. During Easter week the Passion will receive its Swedish premiere and this autumn awaits the US premiere.
  • Nils Lindberg turns 80

    We congratulate Nils Lindberg who turned 80 on 11 June. With his unique blend of Swedish folk music, jazz and art music he has, for almost six decades, composed music for all kinds of ensembles, big bands, choirs and symphony orchestras, and he is still active both as a pianist and a composer.
  • Sandström Requiem – World Premiere

    On 22 March Sven-David Sandström's new Requiem will receive its world premiere in Berwaldhallen in Stockholm. The concert is broadcasted live by Swedish Radio P2.