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Orchestral & Chamber Music rss

  • 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.
  • Tommie Haglund Festival

    Tommie Haglund will be honoured with a two-day festival in St. Nikolai Church, in his home town Halmstad on 30 September-1 October. The artistic leader is conductor Joachim Gustafsson, who will present a festival programme including 12 orchestral, choral and chamber music works by Haglund.
  • Fredrik Sixten makes success as Opera Composer

    We congratulate Fredrik Sixten to his rave reviews on his crime opera "W – The Truth Beyond"
  • Jacob Mühlrad
    in Carnegie Hall

    On 28 June cellist Antonio Hallongren will give the world premiere of Jacob Mühlrad's cello piece "Pan" in Carnegie Hall, New York.
  • Benjamin Staern – Composer in Focus in Båstad

    Benjamin Staern is composer in focus at Båstad Chamber Music Festival 27 June - 2 July. The festival will include two world premieres.
  • Nordic Highlights No. 2 2016

    Read the latest issue of Nordic Highlights! Focus on Mats Larsson Gothe and Kirmo Lintinen. Repertoire tips, news, reviews etc. Next issue of Highlights will be out in late september. We wish all our readers a pleasant summer!
  • Albert Schnelzer – Weekend Composer 2017

    We congratulate Albert Schnelzer on being chosen as composer in focus of the 2017 Stockholm Concert Hall Weekend Festival. The festival will take place on 6 -9 April.
  • Nordic Highlights No. 1 2016

    Read about Marie Samuelsson and Einar Englund in this year's first issue of Nordic Highlights! Repertoire tips presents some 21st century works for mixed choir. News, reviews, new publications and CDs. Listen to sound samples and watch videoclips. Enjoy!
  • Marie Samuelsson’s Aphrodite – World Premiere

    11 March will see the world premiere of Marie Samuelsson's Aphrodite - Fragments by Sappho - Love Trilogy No. 1. Mezzo soprano Katija Dragojevic will be the solist with the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Daniel Blendulf.
  • Dante Anarca at the Stockholm Concert Hall

    For the first time since the world premiere in 1998, Anders Eliasson's magnum opus, the oratory Dante Anarca, will be performed in the Stockholm Concert Hall. "A future classic", says conductor Sakari Oramo who will lead the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic, the Eric Ericson Chamber Choir and soloists in two performances on 10 and 12 March.
  • 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!
  • Janine Jansen to play Eliasson’s concerto

    "It's an amzing piece", says Dutch violinist Janine Jansen about Anders Eliasson's concerto Einsame Fahrt (Solitary Journey), which she is about to perform at the Stockholm Concert Hall on 22 and 23 October.
  • New composer – Mats Larsson Gothe

    Gehrmans has begun collboration with composer Mats Larsson Gothe, one of Sweden's most acclaimed composers, who during the last few years has scored great successes with his operas, as well as with his orchestral music.