Göteborgs Konserthus Water

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.

Concert length: 2 h incl. intermission Scene: Stenhammarsalen
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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 the theme of Classical Curiosities is water, elemental and wonderfully refreshing. Debussy created allusions of salt-sprinkled waves and footsteps in the snow, and Liszt and Ravel conjured images of sprinkling fountains. The lecturer is Camilla Lundberg, former head of music at Sveriges Television and today active as a culture and music writer and can be heard, among other things, on the Klassiska Podden on Sveriges Radio.

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Camilla Lundberg lecturer

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