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Classical music, opera, ballet and dance in Gothenburg, Sweden

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Göteborg Opera's gleaming new Siegfried, pandemic style

Forced to shift to online for the third episode of its Ring cycle, Göteborg Opera delivers absorbing new production by Stephen Langridge.
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Barbara Hannigan tackles Mahler’s Fourth in Gothenburg

Singing as well as conducting, Barbara Hannigan leads the GSO in symphonies by Haydn and Mahler. 
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Pandemic programming: Shostakovich and Sibelius in Gothenburg

Saraste’s mastery in Sibelius is hardly a surprise, and neither is the calibre of the orchestra Sibelius himself often visited to conduct.
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Peter Mattei's moving Mahler in Gothenburg season opener

Baritone Peter Mattei brought both musical sensitivity as well as almost Berg-ian drama to Mahler’s Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen, ably supported by Manfred Honeck and the Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra, in a successful livestream concert. 
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Rouvali brings Kullervo to Gothenburg

Sibelius' Kalevala-inspired epic is given the full treatment by the Orphei Drängar choir and the Gothenburg Symphony in Santtu-Matias Rouvali's inaugural concert as Chief Conductor of the Gothenburg Symphony.
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Iceland Symphony Orchestra in Gothenburg

The Iceland Symphony Orchestra's tour to the acoustically excellent Göteborgs konserthus in Sweden for a concert of Sibelius, Strauss and Thorvaldsdóttir was an obvious success, demonstrating an orchestral sound that deserves to be heard abroad more often. 
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