GSOplay are celebrating 10 years!

Join us on a nostalgic musical journey that started exactly 10 years ago with Gustavo Dudamel and Mahler's Symphony No. 2. It was the first live concert ever to take place on GSOplay, and it's been rolling ever since.

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Bartók: Duke Bluebeard’s Castle

Diving into this spiritual labyrinth in all its musical complexity is an experience that is difficult to shake off.

Prokofjev: Symphony No. 7

Prokofiev gave his seventh symphony a simple form with unusually transparent instrumentation and rather straightforward rhythms.

GSOplay are celebrating 10 years!

Join us on a nostalgic musical journey that started exactly 10 years ago with Gustavo Dudamel and Mahler's Symphony No. 2. It was the first live concert ever to take place on GSOplay, and it's been rolling ever since.

Introduction: The queen of pipes

Our organ expert reveal what gives the new organ its unique sound!

Upcoming concerts

Shostakovich: Symphony No 5

Join us on a musical journey that begins in a tragic minor key, but concludes in a resonant major key.

Tchaikovsky: Rococo Variations

Noble classicism in a romantic costume - here reflected in all its loving playfulness by the Gothenburg Symphony’s solo cellist Claes Gunnarsson.

“An extremely valuable piece for us cellists”

Claes Gunnarssons thoughts about Tchaikovsky's Rococo Variations

Zemlinsky: Die Seejungfrau

The music evokes a sense of both the stormy emotions and the powerful waves of a violent sea.

Wagner: Wesendonck Lieder

Nina Stemme is one of Sweden’s most internationally acclaimed dramatic sopranos, and Wagner is something of her speciality.

Broström: Symphony No. 1 “Albedo”

Broströms first symphony performed for the first time, a premiere commissioned by the Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra.

Hakola: Clarinet Concerto

The fascinating and intense piece is filled with colourful surprises, humour, and good-natured folly.

Bruckner: Symphony No. 1

In this piece, Bruckner found many of the traits that would ultimately distinguish him as this magnificent composer.

Classical favorites for you

Sollima’s Lamentatio

Giovanni Sollima has made a name for himself as a cello virtuoso out of the ordinary.

Mozart: Piano Quartet No 1

The small format provides a magical presence in this piano quartet.

Classics

Mozart: Piano Quartet No 1

The small format provides a magical presence in this piano quartet.

A Swedish song treasure

GSOplay Sessions

Among Nymphs and Gods

GSOplay Sessions

Interviews & features

Grammis-winning album

Newly released music by Elfrida Andrée, Valborg Aulin and Ida Moberg.

Meet the icelandic pianist Vikingur Ólafsson

Ólafsson talks about Adams' swinging and exciting work.

Meet the hornist Alec Frank-Gemmill

Get to know Odin Ensemble that was formed last year during the pandemic.

Meet Herbert Blomstedt

Herbert Blomstedt's fascinating and beautiful descriptions of Bruckner No 4