D’Netto: Uncertain Planning

Australian Connor D’Netto composes contemporary classical music at the intersection of experimental electronics, ambient and electroacoustic music. Conductor Simone Young leads the orchestra.

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D’Netto: Uncertain Planning

Discover rising star Connor D’Netto, who has been called “a role model as an Australian contemporary composer”

Berg: Seven Early Songs

Enjoy Alban Berg’s romantic songs in a twelve-tone suit - it's about love, summer days and a particularly popular nightingale.

Bassekou Kouyate – The String Virtuoso from Mali

From Mali’s vibrant music scene comes the Master of Ngoni, Bassekou Kouyate, who has collaborated with greats such as Youssou N’Dour and the Kronos Quartet.

Brahms: Symphony No. 4

Meet conductor Simone Young and the Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra in Johannes Brahms's masterfully orchestrated Fourth Symphony.

Emil Brandqvist Trio

With their atmospheric and melodic jazz, Emil Brandqvist Trio has established itself at the top of the international jazz scene. Meet a top trio in a unique tonal landscape.

Johan Lindström shows the way

He is nominated for the Nordic Council’s music prize in 2023 and is described in the motivation as a “musical magician”.

Sibelius: Symphony no 6

The music was written in the early 20th century and revolves around both natural mysticism and bold influences from the continent.

“An absolute super power”

Listen to a captivating interview where Oliver Latry talks about the composer Kaija Saariaho and the piece Maan Varjot (Earth’s Shadows).

“A miracle that they saved Notre-Dame”

That's what Olivier Latry, the organist in the 850-year-old Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris, says. In a unique interview he talks about the horror of seeing his workplace engulfed in flames.

Music in All Saints’ Time

There is time to remember those who have left us. We light candles and are reminded that life is not forever and that the loss can be great.

Meet conductor Simone Young

D’Netto: Uncertain Planning

Discover rising star Connor D’Netto, who has been called “a role model as an Australian contemporary composer”

Berg: Seven Early Songs

Enjoy Alban Berg’s romantic songs in a twelve-tone suit - it's about love, summer days and a particularly popular nightingale.

Brahms: Symphony No. 4

Meet conductor Simone Young and the Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra in Johannes Brahms's masterfully orchestrated Fourth Symphony.

Jazz concerts

Emil Brandqvist Trio

With their atmospheric and melodic jazz, Emil Brandqvist Trio has established itself at the top of the international jazz scene. Meet a top trio in a unique tonal landscape.

Johan Lindström shows the way

He is nominated for the Nordic Council’s music prize in 2023 and is described in the motivation as a “musical magician”.

Interviews & features

“An absolute super power”

Listen to a captivating interview where Oliver Latry talks about the composer Kaija Saariaho and the piece Maan Varjot (Earth’s Shadows).

“Fantastic to bring this piece to our audience”

Enjoy an interview in which Peter Jablonski talks about the emotions from when he himself heard Grażyna Bacewicz's music for the first time

“My mother would have loved the programme”

Listen to a captivating interview where conductor Barbara Hannigan talks about the importance of a dramaturgical thread through the music.

“Nothing written for piano and orchestra sounds exactly like this”

Lyssna till när pianist Leif-Ove Andsnes talar om sin kärlek för Debussy och verket Fantasi för piano och orkester.

Fagerlund talks about Drifts

Listen as Sebastian Fagerlund talks about his piece Drifts.

“I like sounds you can’t identify”

Anders Hillborg talks personally about his work and about his composing. Sound Atlas has wowed critics and audiences alike.

“I’m a stage animal”

Nina Stemmes talks warmly about the relationship with the audience, about the desire to be on stage and about the challenge of singing Wagner.

“There is alot more darkness in this piece”

Ryan Bancroft talks about his love for Zemlinksy's Die Seejungfrau, which he performed with the Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra.

“An extremely valuable piece for us cellists”

Follow us home to Claes Gunnarssons, cellist, and listen to his thoughts about Tchaikovsky’s Rococo Variations

“This was the meaning of my life”

Listen as rising star Tarmo Peltokoski talks about how he found his way to classical music.