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Let the notes from the mighty concert hall organ accompany you on an inner journey. American organist Kimberly Marshall is our guide in a meditative lunch concert in the sign of reconciliation. A soulful new year for music.
A symphonic saga with the Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra where we get to know the orchestra and the instruments, presenter Yankho Kamwendo. For mellanstadiet (9-12 years).
How does music sound up in the air, in the sky, beyond mortal life? Camilla Lundberg listens upwards in a pleasant lecture about classical music. Coffee and sandwich are included.
Concert with musicians from the Gothenburg Symphony where everyone, regardless of temperament, age and functional variation, is welcome to embrace the music in their own way. A concert with a little more freedom.
Burning beauty with the Gothenburg Symphony, Santtu-Matias Rouvali conductor and Arabella Steinbacher violin.
A lovely yoga session with Yoga Lene to music played live on the new concert hall organ.
The digital concert hall GSOplay is always open to you. Welcome to curiously peek in and find your classical favourites among pre-recorded concerts, live broadcasts and interviews!
Here you will find all the necessary information that you need to know about before your magical visit in the Concert Hall.
Get seduced by the Gothenburg Symphony, Santtu-Matias Rouvali conductor, Olivier Latry organ, Roger Carlsson and Walter Witick percussion.
Experience the concert hall organ's 9000 pipes with Canadian concert organist Isabelle Demers in connection with Göteborg International Organ Festival 2023.
The evening's lecture on classical music is about the female pioneers in a famous photo from 1929. The lecturer is Magdalena Fronczak. Coffee and sandwich are included.
Feel the power of one of history's most powerful choir pieces! With the Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra and Choir, Andrés Orozco-Estrada conductor, Christina Nilsson soprano, Katarina Karnéus mezzosoprano, Adam Frandsen tenor and Tareq Nazmi basso.
A moment's rest at All Saints' Day to lunch tones that gives us time to think about those we miss. Norwegian organist Iver Kleive leaves no one unmoved with his melodic mix of folk songs, jazz and chorales.
A tale of alienation, but also the discovery of a whole new world – full of music . (6-8 yrs).
Music by classical masters on B with the Gothenburg Symphony and Andrew Manze conductor.
In this lecture, we find out what the significance really is of the conductor. Johannes Gustavsson reveals the myths behind the maestro. Coffee and sandwich are included.
Clear sounds with the Gothenburg Symphony and Mozart connoisseur Christian Zacharias as conductor and pianist.
Welcome Christmas together with the Gothenburg Symphony Brass Ensemble, the Gothenburg Symphony Choir, Negar Zarassi soprano and all the Christmas must-have songs. Conductor: Katie Thomas.
A pearl ribbon of Christmas carols with the dazzling Norwegian world soprano, the Gothenburg Symphony, Christian Eggen conductor and the Gothenburg Symphony Choir.
A brilliant supernova with the Gothenburg Symphony, Herbert Blomstedt conductor and Maria João Pires piano.
World artist Dan Laurin offers an Italian journey in the style of the Baroque together with BAGS. Experience a brilliant swinging concert that till warm you up in the winter.
Dramatic comedy with the Gothenburg Symphony, Barbara Hannigan conductor, David Dencik actor, Katia & Marielle Labèque piano and Laurent Naouri baritone.
Musicians from the Gothenburg Symphony offer Strauss's last opera, Nancy Dalberg's passionate string quartet and eager conversation for viola and violin composed by Clarke and Mozart.
Julia Wolfe's fateful oratorio Fire in my Mouth with the Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra, Santtu-Matias Rouvali conductor, women's choir from the Gothenburg Symphony Choir and children's choir.
The winter darkness prevails outside, but here the light is warm. We celebrate the return of light with shimmering tones of the organ and organ master Hans Davidsson is our musical guide.
Vivaldi painted nature in tones - today the vulnerability of nature is in focus. Camilla Lundberg compares attempts to turn nature into sounding music in this lecture on classical music. Coffee and sandwich are included.