The Queen of the Concert Hall, the magnificent organ, turns one year old! Come and hear West Swedish choirs and our top organists fill the hall with sounds in five unique concerts sunday 23 October. Beautiful music, populare favourites and sing-alongs are offered – choose your favourite concerts or celebrate with us the whole day!
Also take the opportunity to feast on star pastry chef Fredrik Borgskog’s unique pipe pastry available for sale, specially created for the organ’s first anniversary, and take part in a singing workshop in the beautiful Götaplats foyer. For curious people of all ages, there is also the opportunity to take part in an organ building workshop in the wardroab hall at any time between 11.30-18.00:
The queen of instruments
The organ is called “the queen of instruments” and for a good reason: no other acoustic instrument is so varied in sound and dynamics, from the weakest, solitary tone to massive chords that make it vibrate in floors and walls. It will for sure do so in the Great Hall in Gothenburg Concert Hall when the sound from the over 9000 organ pipes fills the room.Read more about the organ
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Experience the queen of instruments
When the sound from the over 9000 organ pipes fills the room, it vibrates in the floor and walls!
A programme rich in variety as the magnificent Concert Hall organ brings Grande Pièce Symphonique to life, with organist Mikael Wahlin at the keys.
Yoga Concert: Christmas
A beautiful yoga session with Yoga Lene to music played live at the new concert hall organ. The theme of this session is christmas - finding peace and breath when the Christmas stress starts, and the importance of always allowing rest to take place.
Captivating organ effects when music by Bach meets works by Frank Martin, among others, with organist Bine Bryndorf on the irresistible Concert Hall organ.
Magnificent, bright and wonderful tones in a unique meeting between organist Karin Nelson and singer and fiddler Lena Willemark.