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Learn more about classical music in the series of lectures entitled Classical curiosities. Follow the music's path to spiritual worlds from the Messiah's ascension to Ida Moberg's setting of Buddhist nirvana. Lecturer: Magdalena Fronczak.
Learn more about classical music in relaxed lectures where you get the stories behind the music, knowledge of the composers and reflections from stage and salon in a nice mix. Coffee and sandwich are included in the price.
There are many who have portrayed spirituality through music. The superhuman sounds through the Ascension of the Messiah, Stravinsky’s hymns and the Catholic Bruckner’s huge symphonic tributes to God, but is also heard in Hildegard of Bingen’s music-dramatic conversations between the heavenly and the diabolical, echoes from the surprisingly lively musical life of Italian monasteries in the 17th century and reaches us via Ida Moberg’s anthroposophical setting of the Buddhist nirvana. This Tuesday we follow music’s path to spiritual worlds. Lecturer is Magdalena Fronczak, producer at the Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra. Among other things, she is behind the Grammis-winning album Aulin, Moberg, Andrée: Orchestral Works and is also a writer and blogger with a focus on female composers in history.
Get to know the composers.
Learn more about classical music in the series of lectures entitled Classical curiosities. This tuesday the theme is water. Debussy created salt-sprinkled waves and snow, and Liszt and Ravel conjured images of sprinkling fountains. Lecturer: Camilla Lundberg.
Pure beauty with the Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra, conductor Barbara Hannigan and the Gothenburg Symphony Choir.
Learn more about classical music in the series of lectures entitled Classical curiosities. This Tuesday we explore music that has ”run away from home”: jazz star Wynton Marsalis’ Violin Concerto, Ravel’s Blues and Marc-Anthony Turnage’s Blood on the Floor. Lecturer: Johannes Gustavsson.
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