23-26 May 2019 the Gothenburg Concert Hall will be transformed. With sound, lighting and design, we’ll create an atmosphere where anything can happen. Welcome to four days of pure magic.
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A symphonic multimedia experience based on four Canadian women’s engaging life stories, with music, song, dance, spoken word, photography and graphics.
’Across the sky crept the darkness, full of fangs…’ With its origins in the macho world of the Nordic gods the Point Music Festival’s second world première delivers a loaded chamber music drama.
Love raises us to the skies – and drops us to the ground! Follow Gothenburg Symphony into a whirlwind of an emotional violin concerto about passion and doubt.
The god of time and eternity has given the name to the Point Music Festival’s first world première. A dance performance that is just as much of a visual adventure as it is a grand, symphonic experience with Gothenburg Symphony.
Classic music like you’ve never heard it before, straight from London’s club scene. Gabriel Prokofiev's concept mixes live music and DJs, famous works and club music.
The parameters are set by the baroque period. Jazz pianist Bugge stretches them. An interpretation of the famous Goldberg Variations as you have never heard them.
A dramatic story about jealousy, told by a murderer. Tolstoy’s classic novella The Kreutzer Sonata is named after Beethoven’s beautiful violin sonat.
An intimate and poetic music experience when the virtuosos take their Bach out to different spots in the grand concert hall, and perform one solo piece each in a suite.
Gates of Hell
Rodin's famous sculptural group, The Gates of Hell, was completed while the world war raged. The evening’s performance named after the art work is a shining protest against the insanity of war.
Controversial, expressive, inventive and fun! The melodrama Pierrot Lunaire with the moonstruck clown Pierrot performed with neverending energy, imagination and humour.
In State of Emergency
A powerful, beautiful and gripping choir concert which reflects the feelings many of us experience in these unsettling times. A contemplative, intense experience with strong voices and touching words.
In the documentary film, here shown for the very first time, we follow a number of singers on their way to the stage via auditions in Stockholm, Zürich, Paris and London. Admission free.
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