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Guide to the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra

The blue concert hall at Hötorget (the Haymarket) in central Stockholm is one of Sweden’s great architectural masterpieces. Opened in 1926, it was designed by architect Ivar Tengbom during a period of expansion in the capital. The Stockholm Concert Hall was built to house The Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra – founded in 1902 – and to serve as an arena for the Nobel Prize Ceremony. Besides the main hall, the building also contains two chamber music halls: the beautiful Grünewald Hall and the smaller Aulin Hall. The Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra’s chief conductor Sakari Oramo was appointed in 2008, with his present contract lasting until 2020

Thea Musgrave © Thomas Le Brocq
Stockholm International Composer Festival

Discovery and drama: Thea Musgrave at 90

Ahead of a major presentation of her work in Stockholm, we sit down with the master craftswoman to talk about her passion for discovery and her advice to young artists. 
© Benjamin Ealovega
RSPO Chief Conductor

Leading from the front with Sakari Oramo

The Finnish conductor talks about feeling a part of the orchestra and which Nordic country performs the best Nielsen. 
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StockholmStockholm Brass Quintet

Stockholm Brass Quintet
Másson, Neuwirth, Torstensson, Tarrodi
Stockholm Brass Quintet

StockholmArkadij Volodos

Arkadij Volodos
Liszt, Schumann
Arcadi Volodos, Piano

StockholmChamber Concert with Students from RSPO Orchestra Academy

Chamber Concert with Students from RSPO Orchestra Academy
Members of the RSPO Orchestra Academy

StockholmBenjamin Appl and Magnus Svensson

Benjamin Appl and Magnus Svensson
Schumann, Grieg, Mahler, Korngold, Weber, Strauss
Benjamin Appl; Magnus Svensson
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Mozart royal, Mahler sans âme : Martin Fröst et Sakari Oramo à Genève

Martin Fröst © Mats Backer
Sous la direction de Sakari Oramo, l'Orchestre Philharmonique Royal de Stockholm propose une Symphonie n° 1 de Mahler bien morne. Compensée heureusement par la clarinette stratosphérique de Martin Fröst dans Mozart.

Believing in the music: Martin Fröst and the RSPO

Martin Fröst © Mats Bäcker
Works by Rolf Liebermann, Mozart and Mahler recently brought down the house at Zurich’s Tonhalle Maag, in no small part because of Martin Fröst’s illuminating performance.

Oramo y Lugansky en el Auditorio: exégesis titánica

El director Sakari Oramo al frente de la RSPO © Jan-Olav Wedin
Oramo condujo de forma vibrante, extrayendo de cada atril precisión y concentración, que se tradujeron en interlocución sublime con la voz desgranada por Luganski. Merece ser resaltado el asombroso dominio del cambio de compás, incesante y libre de devaneos o incertidumbres en los engarces.

Franz Welser-Möst conducts in Stockholm

Franz Welser-Möst conducts the RSPO © Urban Wedin
The much anticipated Austrian conductor strikes home with Shostakovich and Beethoven as a side dish in Stockholm.
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StockholmMozart's Symphony no. 40

Mozart's *Symphony no. 40*
Mozart: Symphonie no. 40 en sol mineur, K550
Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra; Sakari Oramo

StockholmBeethoven's Symphony no. 3 in E flat major “Eroica”

© Marco Borggreve
Beethoven: Symphonie no. 3 en mi bémol majeur « Eroica », Op. 55
Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra; John Storgårds