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Performer: Iceland Symphony Orchestra

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ReykjavikMahler and Sibelius: 70th Anniversary Concert

Ísólfsson, Sibelius, Mahler
Iceland Symphony Orchestra; Eva Ollikainen; Augustin Hadelich

ReykjavikA Russian Celebration

Rachmaninow, Tschaikowsky, Strawinsky
Iceland Symphony Orchestra; Bjarni Frímann Bjarnason; Olga Kern

ReykjavikDimmalimm and Swan Lake

Sveinsson, Tschaikowsky
Iceland Symphony Orchestra; Bjarni Frímann Bjarnason; Langholtskirkja Graduale Choir; Iceland Ballet Academy

ReykjavikMozart and Kurt Weill

Strawinsky, Weill, Mozart
Iceland Symphony Orchestra; Osmo Vänskä; Erin Keefe

ReykjavikFriday Series: Transfigured Night

Schönberg, Bartók
Iceland Symphony Orchestra; Bjarni Frímann Bjarnason
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Musik wie Feuer und Eis: das Iceland Symphony Orchestra in München

Víkingur Ólafsson © Ari Magg
Das Programm kombinierte eisige Musik aus dem Norden und russisches Feuer mit Werken von Grieg, Bjarnason und Tschaikowsky, mit Vikingur Ólafsson als Solist.
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Iceland Symphony demonstrates its mettle in UK debut tour

The Iceland Symphony Orchestra © Benjamin Ealovega
A bold programme from an orchestra with a bold sound as the ISO trails in the wake of Storm Ciara on its debut UK tour. 
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Iceland Symphony Orchestra in Gothenburg

Víkingur Ólafsson © Ari Magg
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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Iceland Symphony's Scenic Debut

The Iceland Symphony Orchestra give an assured performance in their debut concert at the Proms, most successfully in the new compositions of their compatriots.
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Dark Music Days in Reykjavik

For 24 years, the festival of Dark Music Days has fuelled imagination with contemporary music, thanks to the initiative of the Icelandic Composer’s Union. And with the advent of a glamorous concert hall in the midst of crisis and bankruptcy, the glittering Harpa, the crowds have grown in numbers every year.