Göteborgs Konserthus Boundless sounds

Event has already taken place. The World in the Concert Hall presents sounds, rhythms, improvisations and melodies from Japan, India and Sweden with Anders Hagberg, Suranjana Ghosh and Karin Nakagawa.

Concert length: 2 h incl. intermission Scene: Stenhammarsalen
200 SEK

Event has already taken place

Japan, India and Sweden are interwoven in sounds, rhythms, improvisations and melodies. From Nordic and Japanese music to Scandinavian jazz and folk music. A whole new trio with three boundless virtuoses from different musical traditions: Karin Nakagawa koto and song, Suranjana Ghosh tabla and mouth percussion, and Anders Hagberg flutes and soprano saxophone.

The flutist Anders Hagberg has for decades had a close relationship with the most distinguished Indian musicians and regularly tours in India as soloist.

Suranjana Ghosh is one of very few female tabla players and a master musician who has collaborated with many artists in different genres in Sweden and India. Get to know her and the tabla more at the seminar at Folkmusikkaféet 20 april, where she will talk about her instrument and the collaboration with Anders Hagberg and Karin Nakagawa.

Karin Nakagawa is unique with her pioneering playing on the developed, 25 string koto.

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With a subscription in the Gothenburg Concert Hall you get a number of rewarding concerts to look forward to, the chance to meet other music lovers to share the experiences with, and a guaranteed seat at concerts that sell out quickly. You’ll also get a better price, your own chair in the auditorium and a lot of benefits like ticket discounts and priority booking.

Make sure you get your seat in the worldmusic-subscription 2018-2019! Bonus: DJ Said is playing in the foyer before the concerts.

Participants

Karin Nakagawa koto, vocals

Suranjana Ghosh tablas, mouth percussion

Anders Hagberg flutes, soprano saxophone

Questions? Contact the ticket office