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Venue: Konserthuset Stockholm

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AddressHötorget 8
Stora Salen
Google maps59° 20' 5.519" N 18° 3' 49.815" E
October 2021
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StockholmBruckner's Sixth

Bruckner: Symphony no. 6 in A major, WAB 106
Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra; Simone Young

StockholmLiszt's Second Piano Concerto

Liszt, Bruckner
Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra; Simone Young; Alexandre Kantorow

StockholmSoup Concert with Baroque Ensemble

Leonarda, Jacquet de la Guerre, Rosenmüller, Roman, Purcell
Lola Torrente; Gabriel Cornet; Daniel Holst; Samuel Crowther

StockholmEin Deutsches Requiem

Stockholms Konserthusstiftelse
Norman, Brahms
Florian Benfer; Eric Ericson Chamber Choir; Hanna Husáhr; Helgi Reynisson; Terés Löf

StockholmGrigory Sokolov

Schumann, Rachmaninov
Grigory Sokolov, Piano

StockholmMonday at Last with Finnish Notes

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

StockholmHåkan at 60!

Haydn, Takemitsu, Lutosławski
Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra; Håkan Hardenberger

StockholmMaster Corelli and his legacy

Geminiani, Somis, Vivaldi, Valentini, Corelli
Orfeus Barock Stockholm; Kreeta-Maria Kentala
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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.
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Grande Finale 3: Favourite Sibelius from Oramo

Oramo's structural insight ensures ideal tempo relations between sections, so crucial in Sibelius.
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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.
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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. 
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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.
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Shostakovich's cinematic First Symphony too big for the small screen

The Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra's superb playing is constrained by the limits of streaming. 
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It's that man again! More Weinberg, this time in Stockholm

What other treasure might be hidden in the attic? One find is surely Weinberg’s Trumpet Concerto, as performed here by Håkan Hardenberger with Andris Nelsons and the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra. Dvořák completes the bill.

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Dima Slobodeniouk exhilarating in Bartók and Prokofiev in Stockholm

Excellent playing from The Royal Stockholm Philharmonic and an interesting programme of less familiar works by familiar composers, made for an exhilarating musical experience.
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