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CANCELED: 1920'S ASTONISHING DIVERSITY!

The subscription concert is canceled. Purchased tickets will be refunded and subscribers compensated.

CANCELED: 1920'S ASTONISHING DIVERSITY!

The subscription concert is canceled. Purchased tickets will be refunded and subscribers compensated.

Event has already taken place

The subscription concert is unfortunately canceled. We will get back as soon as we can to those who are concerned with detailed information about what is required regarding, for example, compensation. In general, we refund all tickets for the Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra’s own events, individually as well as within subscriptions.

Refunds will be made automatically as soon as we know how the autumn season will be affected, but no later than 15 January 2021. More info about how the refunds will be made and the decision to cancel / move events can be found here.

If you have any questions, please contact our ticket office: biljett@gso.se, +46(0)31-7265300. There is a lot of pressure on the ticket office and we hope that you can be tolerant of the fact that it can take an extra long time to get an answer.

Ticket release

In 7 November 11.00, a number of adapted concerts will be released for sale. You who are a subscriber have online priority for the tickets starting on 6 November 11.00 via your web profile. Since the number of spectators is so strongly limited, we unfortunately do not have the opportunity to offer you subscribers a place on the chairs you bought.

You are warmly welcome to also take part in the concert offer at GSOplay, whenever and wherever you want.

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Kurt Weill wrote such amazing songs and works for stage and cabaret that it is easy to forget his other music, such as his two symphonies or the violin concerto.

The latter has GSO’s second violin leader Marja Inkinen gently dusted off to give new life again, almost 100 years after its birth. A work where Kurt Weill elicits an impressive wealth of sound from the wind orchestra and allows the soloist to branch out as she wants. Weills objective style from Berlin is a big contrast to the flowing finesse of Helvi Leiviskä (who studied composition in Vienna), one of many creative Finnish composers who worked in the shadow of Sibelius. She wasn’t afraid of giving her music intrinsic power and great emotion.

Programme


Leiviskä Piano Trio
19 min


Tailleferre Adagio for violin and piano
4 min


Ireland Cello Sonata
20 min


Intermission
25 min


Weill Violin Concerto
30 min


Weill September Song
4 min


Participants


Musiker ur Göteborgs Symfoniker


Simon Crawford-Phillips Conductor


Marja Inkinen Engström Violin


Antonio Hallongren cello


Simon Crawford-Phillips piano


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