How accessible is the website?
We are constantly striving to improve the accessibility of the website, but we are aware that parts of the website are not fully accessible. See the section on content not available below for more information.
What can you do if you can not use parts of the site?
We want as many people as possible to be able to use the website. If you discover problems that are not described on this page, or if you need content that is not available to you, you can contact us as follows:
Responsible for supervising
The authority for digital administration is responsible for supervising the law on accessibility to digital public services. If you are not satisfied with how we handle your views, you can report to the Agency for Digital Administration.
Technical information about the accessibility of the website
This website is partially compliant with the Digital Public Service Accessibility Act. Unavailable parts are described below. Known shortcomings in accessibility are remedied on an ongoing basis. The content described below is in one way or another not fully available.
Deficiencies regarding texts, images, videos and documents
- There are images that lack alternative text.
- Some videos are missing subtitles.
- There is no visual interpretation of videos.
- There are music and video clips where subtitles are missing.
- There is text that is incorrectly formatted, which makes it difficult to read with aids, such as incorrect heading levels.
- There are passages where language is not clarified automatically.
Parts with coding defects
- There are preambles that are marked as header elements instead of p-elements
- There is information that is presented in table format but is not marked as table elements.
- There are headings that are coded as h-elements do not always follow a logical order.
- It is not always visible which component is in focus at the moment.
- There are form fields that lack label texts.
Content not accessible
The Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra invokes exceptions for unreasonably burdensome adaptation in accordance with section 12 of the Act on Accessibility to Digital Public Services for the content below.
A lot of work will be required to remedy any shortcomings. The Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra has begun work on adapting known problems on the website. We claim temporarily unreasonably burdensome adjustment for the listed problems during the work.
According to section 9 of the Act on Accessibility to Digital Public Services, documents published before 23 September 2018. The same applies to videos published before 23 September 2020.
According to section 9 of the Act on Accessibility to Digital Public Services, pre-recorded time-dependent media published before 23 September 2020 are excluded.
According to section 9 of the Act on Accessibility to Digital Public Services, live broadcasts by time-dependent media are excluded.
How we tested the site
We regularly review the availability of gso.se This is done by ourselves (self-assessment), with the support of external experts who we have gso.se reviewed. A major revision of the website took place in the winter of 2021-2022. The last assessment was made in February 2022. The report was updated on 22 February 2022.
The Gothenburg Concert Hall has been adapted to be accessible to everyone. For instance, we have wheelchair spaces in the concert premises and hearing loops with IR transference.
Göteborgs Konserthus ligger vid Götaplatsen, på toppen av Avenyn.
En alldeles makalös upplevelse
Göteborgs Symfoniker samlar 109 musiker som drivs av kärleken till musiken och viljan att ge dig en alldeles makalös upplevelse. Den passionen och ambitionen gör att Göteborgs Symfoniker, Sveriges Nationalorkester, kan tävla med världens främsta orkestrar.