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Salle: Konserthuset Stockholm

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AdresseHötorget 8
Stora Salen
Google maps59° 20' 5.519" N 18° 3' 49.815" E
février 2023
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StockholmRising Stars with Clarinet

Skoryk, Tarrodi, Kien, Górecki
Magnus Holmander; David Huang

StockholmRising Stars with Baritone

Mahler, Chausson, Ireland, Brahms, Fauré, Quilter, Mozart, Rachmaninov, Bingham, Swann, Schubert, Clarke, Porter
James Newby; Joseph Middleton

StockholmSing 1-2-3

Orchestre philharmonique royal de Stockholm; Gudrun Dahlkvist; Ayla Kabaca

StockholmOrpheus’ Treasure Trove – Passion in Naples

Porpora, Scarlatti, Duni, Auletta, Leo, Lanzetti
Musicians from Orpheus Baroque Stockholm; Anna Paradiso Laurin; Elin Gabrielsson; Emma Nyman

StockholmMonday at Last with Trio

Beethoven, Smyth, Saariaho, Brustad, Melartin
Cecilia Zilliacus; Lilli Maijala; Kati Raitinen

StockholmSchubert's Unfinished

Tabakova, Weber, Schubert, Irgens-Jensen
Orchestre philharmonique royal de Stockholm; Tabita Berglund; Fredrik Ekdahl

StockholmSoup Concert with Violin and Piano

Beach, Brahms
Amus Kerstin Andersson; Bengt-Åke Lundin

StockholmStrauss Don Juan

Elgar, Prestini, Strauss R.
Orchestre philharmonique royal de Stockholm; Speranza Scappucci; James Ehnes
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Music, people, planet: a triumphant celebration in music for Yo-Yo Ma

The celebrated cellist becomes the first instrumentalist to be presented the Birgit Nilsson Prize by His Majesty King Carl XVI Gustaf at the official Award Ceremony in Stockholm.

Birgit Nilsson Prize: dazzling Dvořák from the ever-smiling Yo-Yo Ma

Yo-Yo Ma's beatific serenity speaks volumes about his approach to life and music as he gives a performance in Stockholm's Konserthuset ahead of receiving the Birgit Nilsson Prize later in the week.

Old works and new from Jukka-Pekka Saraste and the RSPO

An intriguing programming of old and new works, covering the time period 1893 to 1976, which themselves contain elements of old and new, beautifully performed.

Grande Finale 4: Oramo and the RSPO conclude a majestic Sibelius cycle

In between the two symphonies, there was an extra Sibelius item, and this time it was a novelty.

Grande Finale 3: Favourite Sibelius from Oramo

Oramo's structural insight ensures ideal tempo relations between sections, so crucial in Sibelius.

Grande Finale 2: Sibelius and Oramo in Stockholm

In this second of Oramo's farewell concerts, the RSPO play Sibelius' Third and Fourth Symphonies; Anu Komsi sings a compelling Luonnotar.

Curtain up on a Grand Finale: Sibelius and Oramo in Stockholm

The finale’s thrilling ardour was not diminished in the empty hall, as we approached the triumphant ending that Sibelius, despite being armed with bass drum, cymbal and triangle, omitted to write. 

Magic in Mahler, balance in Brahms: Manfred Honeck in Stockholm

Peter Mattei excels in five songs by Mahler and Manfred Honeck guides the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra through an unruffled account of Brahms' First Symphony.