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Ingmar Bergman – a centenary!

Where does the music come from? A musical dream play in Bergman's universe with video, light and live music with Gothenburg Symphony.

Ingmar Bergman – a centenary!

Where does the music come from? A musical dream play in Bergman's universe with video, light and live music with Gothenburg Symphony.

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Tribute will be paid to the masterful director of Swedish film at cultural venues around the world in 2018, during the 100-year anniversary of his birth, and the Gothenburg Symphony will also be involved in the celebrations.

If film was his profession, music was his passion: the philosophical question “Where does the music come from?” that he also the whole swedish people in his radio program in 2004, fascinated him throughout his life and opened doors to new artistic achievements and philosophical questions.

This time we approach the mythical director in a dream play of music, video and light, where both musicians and audiences embraces by the Bergman universe.

Bergman´s profound love of music is the starting point, focusing on music by Bach, Beethoven and Bruckner. An not at least at a newly composed piece by composer Jüri Reinvere, who was Bergman’s confident for many years.

During the break, an installation of people’s thoughts about music takes place in a contemplative form in the concert hall. Hang around or return when it suits you.

Offer

Subscribers in the Gothenburg Concert Hall and Plus members of the Gothenburg Film Festival get 100 SEK discount and pay only 330 SEK/ticket (ord price 430 SEK). Book at the box office, +46(0)31-726 53 00.

Programme


Bach Largo from Keyboard Concerto No. 5, F Minor, Bwv 1056


Reinvere Through the Lens Darkly


Bach Fuga II .Allegro con moto from The Art of Fugue


Bach Canon I. Allegro assai from The Art of Fugue


Bach Allegro moderato from Keyboard Concerto No. 5, F Minor, Bwv 1056


Bach Canon II. Allegro tranquilo from The Art of Fugue


Bach Fuge VII. Andantino from The Art of Fugue


Bartók Elegia from Concerto for orchestra


Bach Air from Suite in D major


Intermission
25 min


Bach Fuge XVI. Allegro Moderato from The Art of Fugue


Zender Der Leiermann from Schuberts 'Winterreise' (1993) Eine komponierte Interpretation


Bach Affettuoso from Brandenburg Concerto No. 5


Beethoven Andante from Piano Concerto No 4


Bach Canon III. Presto non troppo from The Art of Fugue


Bruckner Finale from Symphony No. 4 "Romantische"


Bach Keyboard Concerto No. 5, F Minor, Bwv 105


Participants


Gothenburg Symphony


Frank Strobel Conductor


Laura Mikkola piano


Arnbjörg Danielsen director


Lene Juhl Videokonstnär & Rumsdesign


Kasper Stouenborg Lighting Design


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