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  • Broström – Highly Recommended Portrait CD

    Swedish Society Discofil has released a double CD portrait with Tobias Broström's orchestral works. "A kaleidoscope for both meditation and full expression".
  • Marvellous sounds in Schnelzer’s Cello Concerto

    Albert Schnelzer's Cello Concerto - Crazy Diamond scored great success at the world premiere in Gothenburg.
  • Martin Fröst premiered Sandström Concerto

    Sandström's mesmerizing clarinet concerto was premiered by Martin Fröst in Malmö Concert Hall.
  • Staern gives Tranströmer poems yet another dimension

    Benjamin Staern's Tranströmer Songs were premiered in Västerås Concert Hall in the presence of a deeply moved Tomas Tranströmer.
  • Martinsson + Fröst = Fantastique

    Rolf Martinsson and Martin Fröst received standing ovations after the world premiere of Concert Fantastique in Malmö.
  • Haglund CD – Recording of the Month

    Tommie Haglund's Hymns to the Night is "Recording of the Month" at the classical music site MusicWeb International. My disc of the year without doubt, says music journalist Nick Barnard.
  • Success for Schnelzer at Proms

    “Enjoyable, witty, smart and talented. An exceptional flair for orchestral virtuosity.” The UK premiere of Albert Schnelzer’s A Freak in Burbank at Proms was nothing but a huge success, not least with the audience that cheered and gave Schnelzer a standing ovation when he took his bow on stage at the Royal Albert Hall.
  • Sixten in San Francisco

    SF Chronicle writes a review of San Francisco Symphony Chorus' world premier of Fredrik Sixtens "Let there be".
  • Schnelzer & Brodsky Quartet in Bodø

    The premiere of Alberts Schnelzer’s String Quartet No 2 was one of the major highlights at the Nordland Music Festival in Bodø, Norway. “Confident and passionately lyrical”, says Hilary Finch from The Times.
  • Warm Reception for Martinsson’s Songs

    "Perfect for von Otter!" "A born classic!" "Genuinely beautiful!" Rolf Martinsson's Orchestral Songs with Anne Sofie von Otter got a warm reception during the premiere tour.
  • Broström’s Violin Concerto – A Real Hit

    The world premiere of Tobias Broström’s Violin Concerto on 12 February was a real hit. Karen Gomyo made a glowing performance in a packed Gävle Concert Hall.
  • Swedish Success at Musikverein!

    Rolf Martinsson and trombonist Christian Lindberg scored great success when the trombone concerto "Fairlight" was performed at Musikverein in Vienna on 24 May.