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Composer: Stenhammar, Wilhelm (1871-1927)

January 2019
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AmsterdamHerbert Blomstedt and RCO: Brahms' Symphony no. 1

© Renske Vrolijk
Mendelssohn, Stenhammar, Brahms
Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra; Herbert Blomstedt

LondonNordic Passion

Nystedt, Sandström, Grieg, Stenhammar, Langgaard, Jersild, Eriksson
Sofia Soderberg Eberhard; Copenhagen Chamber Choir Camerata

Hampton HillCamerata Chamber Choir of Copenhagen

© Mathias Bojesen
Nystedt, Sandström, Stenhammar, Langgaard, Eriksson, Jersild, Grieg
Copenhagen Chamber Choir Camerata


Sofie Asplund, Soprano

StockholmStenhammar, Norman, Hummel

Stenhammar, Norman, Hummel
Stenhammar, Norman, Hummel
Amus Kerstin Andersson; Hermann Stefánsson; Jan Bengtson; Mikael Sjögren
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Wilhelm and Wolfgang kick off the New Year in Oslo

Herbert Blomstedt © J M Pietsch
Beautiful, yet uninspired playing resulted in an underwhelming start to the New Year from the Oslo Philharmonic.
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A Liederabend in Stockholm

Jeremy Carpenter © Emelie Joenniemi
An evening of songs by Beethoven, Schubert, Schumann, Quilter, and several Scandinavian composers.

Lisa Larsson: Song of Norway... and Sweden

Lisa Larsson © Merlijn Doomernik
Soprano Lisa Larsson and pianist Roland Pöntinen dispelled the midwinter gloom with a heavy dose of Scandinavian Romanticism and the Dutch première of Rolf Martinsson's Songs on Poems by Emily Dickinson.
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Crossing the Baltic Sea with Captain Kristjan Järvi

Kristjan Järvi © Peter Adamik
Leopold Tobisch's future expectations have been raised to a dizzying high by Kristjan Järvi and the Baltic Sea Youth Philharmonic at the Theatre des Champs Elysées.
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Stenhammar 1 rediscovered by BBCSSO

Andrew Manze © Benjamin Ealovega
In this Nordic year, a rediscovery of Wilhelm Stenhammar's First Symphony is a fascinating benchmark. Meanwhile, Steven Osborne completes the Beethoven Piano concerto cycle in a thoughtful performance.
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