Göteborgs Konserthus CANCELED: ANTON REICHA 250 YEARS!

Event has already taken place. Purchased tickets will be refunded and subscribers compensated as soon as we know how many concerts in each subscritpion that will be affected.

Concert length: 2 h incl. intermission Scene: Stenhammarsalen
200-270 SEK Student 100-135 SEK

Event has already taken place

The concert is unfortunately canceled. We will get back as soon as we can to ticket buyers with detailed information about for example new concert dates, exchanges and compensation. In general, we refund all tickets for the Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra’s own events, individually as well as within subscriptions. 

The following applies to subscriptions: As we do not yet know when we will be allowed to welcome any audience into the Gothenburg Concert Hall, we will await the development during the autumn. Refunds will be made automatically as soon as we know how the autumn season will be affected, but no later than 15 January 2021.

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.

More info about the decision to cancel / move events can be found here.

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The diligent in the shadow of the master. Both Beethoven and Anton Reicha were born 250 years ago and they were actually friends as young musicians in Bonn before their respective careers took them in different directions.

While Beethoven took a horse and carriage to Vienna, Reicha was attracted more by Paris where he became a distinguished professor of composition. As a skilled flutist, he wrote many works for wind instruments, high quality chamber music, with which every ambitious wind player has developed technically by playing his works.

By adding some strings it is possible to play Louise Farrenc’s irresistible nonet from 1849, the musician and composer who was also a piano professor in Paris . The final piece of the puzzle is the English prodigy Ruth Gipps, a skilled oboist who also knew how to write for wind instruments.


Reicha Wind Quintet in E flat, Op. 88:2

Gipps Quintet 23 min

Intermission 25 min

Farrenc Nonet 27 min


Musiker ur Göteborgs Symfoniker

Tina Ljungkvist flute

Carolina Grinne oboe

Selena Markson-Adler clarinet

Kaitlyn Cameron bassoon

Ingrid Kornfält Wallin french horn

Terje Skomedal violin

Tuula Fleivik Nurmo viola

Jun Sasaki cello

Hans Adler double-bass

Questions? Contact the ticket office
Man spelar på en cello i ett rött rum där tyg fladdrar runt honom

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