Göteborgs Konserthus One-hit wonders

Learn more about classical music in the series of lectures entitled Classical curiosities. This time the spotlight falls on those poor souls who became known for only one piece of music - Pachelbel, Fibich and Raff.

Concert length: 2 h incl. intermission Scene: Stenhammarsalen
220-280 SEK

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.

This Tuesday, for once, the spotlight falls on those poor souls who became known for only one piece of music. Are you familiar with the names Pachelbel, Fibich or Raff? No? But you are sure to have heard their music!

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Get to know the composers.

 

Participants

Erik Risberg

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