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Sat
20
Jan
18.00

Relaxed Performance

Music by Purcell, Johanson, Jansson and Nielsen. Selected pieces from the rich repertoire of classical music for everyone, regardless of temperament and capacity.

Relaxed Performance

Music by Purcell, Johanson, Jansson and Nielsen. Selected pieces from the rich repertoire of classical music for everyone, regardless of temperament and capacity.

Experience the Relaxed Performance – a concert form that explores and makes available.

Both participants and audiences are engaged, and everyone, regardless of temperament and capacity, is welcome to enjoy the music in their own way.

The doors are open to allow people to listen in front of the stage or outside. The concert is led by a compère – Eva Essvik – who will guide visitors along the course of the journey. The music will be selected pieces and movements from the rich repertoire of classical music.

At this concert, the newly formed Gothenburg Symphony’s Vocal Ensemble shows its breadth in music from English baroque master Henry Purcell to Gothenburg Sven-Eric Johanson’s Shakespeare songs. By their side, they have musicians from the Gothenburg Symphony who play Clarinet, Horn and Marimba.

Programme


Purcell Music for a While
3 min


Johanson Fancies för kör och piano (arr för kör och marimba)
15 min


Janson Sonnet No 76
6 min


Nielsen Songs of Sun, Wind and Darkness för kör, klarinett, horn och viola
15 min


Participants


Göteborgs Symfonikers Vokalensemble


Alexander Einarsson Conductor


Selena Markson-Adler Clarinet


Lisa Ford French horn


Lars Mårtensson Viola


Roger Carlsson Marimba


Lucia Silva Marimba


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