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Event has already taken place. Västra Götaland’s Youth Symphony Orchestra plays music by Beethoven, Ravel and Mendelssohn with unmistakeable passion and energy, conductor Simon Kim Phipps.
The concert begins in the Scottish archipelago of the Hebrides, where the composer Mendelssohn was in 1829. In a letter home to his sister, he wrote “In order for you to understand what an unusual impression the Hebrides have made on me, I send with the attached, which appeared in my mind during the visit here. ” What he sent home were the first ten bars of the beautifully dramatic piece we will experience this evening.
In Ravel’s Pavane for a Dead Princess, we rest in calm timbres in a piece of music that the composer described as a reminder of a princess’ slow dance.
When Beethoven’s Seventh Symphony takes place, the concert hall is filled with liveliness and joy. That Beethoven was deaf when he wrote the music is unbelievable.
Half the price of Vägus autumn concert. Use the price type “West Pride” when booking online. The festival band must be presented together with the ticket when you arrive at the concert. From September 24, you can buy your bracelet at the West Prides infocentrum.
Over 200 young people on stage when Mahler's magnificent "Resurrection Symphony" is performed by Västra Götaland's Youth Symphony Orchestra, choir and conductor Simon Kim Phipps!
Here you will find all the necessary information that you need to know about before your magical visit in the Concert Hall.
Musicians from Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra, professional educators and singers inspire you in the Concert Hall - guaranteed energy injections where you get to know even more people who love music.