Category: Artists 2017 (page 1 of 2)

Tomo Keller

Tomo Keller started playing the violin at the age of six and at ten years old he gave his first performances as a soloist with an orchestra.

Tomo studied at Vienna’s University for Music and Performing Arts and New York’s Juilliard School. Numerous prizes and awards followed, including 1st prize at the Austrian National Music Competition and the Grand Prize at the German Music Competition Berlin.

He has since performed at major concert halls all around the world, including the Musikverein and Konzerthaus Vienna, Kirov Theatre St Petersburg and the Barbican in London.

As a soloist Tomo Keller has performed with the Beethovenhalle Orchestra Bonn, St Petersburg Camerata, London Symphony Orchestra, Radio Symphony Orchestra Berlin and the Vienna Symphony Orchestra. Concert tours have led him all across Europe, as well as Russia, Asia, America and the Middle East.

Tomo Keller is a much sought-after orchestral leader, having led the Essen Philharmonic Orchestra, the London Symphony Orchestra and the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra (2014-present). He has appeared with more than 20 orchestras as guest leader including the BBC Symphony Orchestra, Chamber Orchestra of Europe, DSO Berlin, London Philharmonic Orchestra. Tomo was appointed Director / Leader of the Academy of St Martin in the Fields in December 2015.

Tomo’s recordings include solo works by Bach, Bartók and Ysaÿe, orchestral recordings including Stravinsky’s Apollon musagète with Sir John Eliot Gardiner/LSO, and Avant Gershwin with Patti Austin and the WDR Big Band, which was awarded a Grammy in 2008.

He has given masterclasses and orchestral classes at the Guildhall School and the Royal Academy of Music London as well as in South Korea and the United States.

Rebecka Hemse

Rebecka Hemse began studying theatre in 1993 at the Södra Latin upper secondary school and soon thereafter joined Teater Galeasen. Her stage breakthrough came in 1994 when, at only nineteen years of age, she performed the title role in Frank Wedekind’s drama Lulu at Malmö City Theatre.

Hemse had already made her film debut by that point, in the youth film (Sökarna), and has since appeared in many others, including Marie-Louise Ekman’s Nu är pappa trött igen, and in the adaptation for the screen of Lars Norén’s play Details. She is perhaps most well known for her role as Inger, daughter of the titular detective in the Beck movies between 1997 and 2016. Hemse has also appeared in several television series, such as 30 grader i februari.

In 2004, Hemse took a position with the Royal Dramatic Theatre in Stockholm, where she has had roles in many works, including Mats Ek’s production of A Dream Play, Staffan Valdemar Holm’s production of Hamlet, and Sara Stridsberg’sBeckomberga. She is currently appearing in Eirik Stubø’s production of Ingmar Bergman’s The Best Intentions.

Malmö Academy of Music

There are approximately 800 students at the Malmö Academy of Music, the majority of them studying master’s and bachelor’s programmes with the aim of becoming professional musicians, composers, church musicians, or music teachers. There are also research programmes in the areas of Music Teaching and Artistic Research in Music. Many professional musicians, music teachers, church musicians, and music enthusiasts also study one or more of our wide range of free-standing courses.

The Malmö Academy of Music has a well-developed international programme and a broad international contact net with well-reputed partner institutions, primarily in Europe. Many positive and close international relationships have been formed through partnerships, guest lecturers, teacher and student exchanges, and also through the international recruitment of teachers and students.

The Malmö Academy of Music offers a creative and stimulating educational environment located in the middle of a dynamic cultural region.

Igor! | Thursday September 21, 9:00 pm, Kanalscenen Malmö Live Read more

Lasse Mauritzen

The eight year old Lasse Mauritzen wanted to play drums, but when it wasn’t made possible, he got the chance with the help of the legendary conductor Teddy Petersen, to start playing french horn instead. At a young age, Mauritzen studied with Hugh Seenan, former solo hornist at London Symphony Orchestra, and with Ib Lanzky-Otto, solo hornist at the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra. Still a teenager and without setting foot inside a music conservatory, he got his first employment as horn player at DR Underholdningsorkestret in Copenhagen.

At the age of 21 Mauritzen became second solo hornist at The Royal Danish Orchestra, where he stayed until 2006 when he got his current position as first principal solo hornist at The Danish National Symphony Orchestra.

Lasse Mauritzen is a highly sought after guest at the leading orchestras in London, and since 2008 he is guest principal at Philharmonia Orchestra. He is also a teacher at The Royal Danish Academy of Music.

7 X 2 | Thursday, September 21, 12:15 pm, Palladium Malmö Read more

Janne Johansson

Janne Johansson received his education from The Academy of Music in Gothenburg and The Saint Louis Conservatory of Music. During his years in the US, he appeared extensively as principal bass with a number of festival orchestras, such as The New York String Orchestra and The Colorado Philharmonic. He also attended the Tanglewood Music Center a number of years.

In 1983 Janne moved back to Sweden as principal bass with the Malmö Symphony Orchestra, also taking up a teachers position at the Malmö Academy of Music. In 1990 he left for Norway, firstly playing chamber music in northern Norway, and from 1992 as principal bass with the Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra, a position he holds to this day. Janne was also, for 25 years, the principal bass of the contemporary BIT 20 Ensemble. Here he worked closely with many composers, and has premiered a vast number of pieces both for ensemble and as a soloist.

Signs, Waves, Heat | Wednesday, September 20, 9:00 pm, Klubb Krinolin at Grand Öl & Mat Read more
7 X 2 | Thursday, September 21, 12:15 pm, Palladium Malmö Read more
Rites and Tales | Saturday, September 23, 6:00 pm, Palladium Malmö Read more

Academy of St Martin in the Fields

The Academy of St Martin in the Fields is one of the world’s premier chamber orchestras, renowned for its fresh, brilliant interpretations of the world’s most-loved classical music.

Formed by Sir Neville Marriner in 1958 from a group of leading London musicians, the Academy gave its first performance in its namesake church in November 1959. Through its live performances and vast recording output – highlights of which include the 1969 best-seller Vivaldi’s Four Seasons and the soundtrack to 1985’s Oscar-winning film Amadeus – the orchestra quickly gained an enviable international reputation for its distinctive, polished and refined sound.

Academy | Thursday September 21, 7:00 PM, Malmö Live  Concert Halls Read more

Armida Quartet

Martin Funda violin
Johanna Staemmler violin
Teresa Schwamm viola
Peter-Philipp Staemmler cello

Since its success at the ARD International Competition in 2012, at which the Armida Quartet took First Prize, the Audience Prize and six other special awards, the career of the young Berlin string quartet has developed sensationally.

Founded in Berlin in 2006, the quartet took its name from an opera by Haydn, the “father of the string quartet”. Still receiving the tutelage of Rainer Schmidt (Hagen Quartet) and Reinhard Goebel, the ensemble has also studied with members of the Artemis Quartet for several years.

The Armida Quartet took part in the BBC New Generation Artists’ scheme between 2014 and 2016 and was also selected by the European Concert Hall Organisation (ECHO) to become its “Rising Stars” during the 2016/17 season, bringing the Armida Quartet to all major music cities and venues in Europe. During the summer of 2016 the Armida Quartet returned to the Wigmore Hall in London and gave their debut at the world famous BBC Proms.

The four musicians of the Armida Quartet have taught chamber music at the Berlin University of the Arts since October 2012.

Forever Contemporary | Friday September 22, 6:00 pm, Palladium Malmö Read more

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Pernilla August

Swedish actress Pernilla August has an earthy radiance and an amazing talent that translated well from stage to screen when she made a lasting impression in Ingmar Bergman’s Fanny och Alexander in 1982. In 1992 she won the best actress award at the Cannes Film Festival for her performance in The best intention, directed by Bille August and written by Ingmar Bergman.

In 1999 Pernilla became Shmi Skywalker, mother of Anakin Skywalker in Star Wars: Episode I. The Phantom Menace and Star Wars: Episode II. Attack of the Clones, both directed by George Lucas. Post Star Wars, August continued to work with the Nordic finest and took part in projects like Manslaughter and Performances (directed by Per Fly), Details (directed by Kristian Petri), I Am Dina (directed by Ole Bornedal), Day and Night (directed by Simon Staho), to mention just a few.

Most lately, Pernilla August delivered a radiant performance in Mikael Mercimain’s Call Girl as a cruel and unforgiving brothel dame. August’s theatre credits among others include The Dream Play, Hamlet, for which she won the British Drama Magazine’s best supporting actress award playing Ophelia, A Doll’s House, The Winter’s Tale, Mary Stuart and The Ghost, all directed by Ingmar Bergman at the National Theatre of Sweden. In 2010, Pernilla delivered her directorial debut, Beyond, which premiered at the Venice Film Festival where it won the Critic’s Week prize. Her career as a director continued in Denmark with the highly acclaimed tv series The Legacy. Pernilla’s latest feature, Serious Game, had its grand opening at the 2016 Berlin Film Festival.

Moment and Eternity | Friday, September 22, 9:00 pm, St Petri Church Read more
Rites and Tales | Saturday, September 23, 6:00 pm, Palladium Malmö Read more

Colin Currie

Hailed as “the world’s finest and most daring percussionist” (The Spectator, 2013) and championing new music at the highest level, Currie is the soloist of choice for many of today’s foremost composers, performing regularly with the world’s leading orchestras and conductors.

Currie has premiered works by composers such as Steve Reich, Elliott Carter, HK Gruber, Einojuhani Rautavaara, Rolf Wallin and Kurt Schwertsik. Looking ahead, in the coming seasons Currie will premiere new works by Mark-Anthony Turnage, Harrison Birtwistle and Andy Akiho.

Currie is Artist in Association at London’s Southbank Centre, where he was the focus of the major percussion festival Metal Wood Skin in 2014.

Highlights of the 2016/17 season included the world premiere of Mark-Anthony Turnage’s Percussion Concerto with Marin Alsop and the Britten-Pears Orchestra at Royal Festival Hall, and a series of solo recitals including Washington, Princeton, Boston and Glasgow. Currie also made his debut with Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, performing MacMillan’s Veni, Veni, Emmanuel with Manfred Honeck conducting.

Currie’s dynamic percussion ensemble, the Colin Currie Group, was formed in 2006 to celebrate the music of Steve Reich and made its five-star debut at the BBC Proms. Since then, with Reich’s personal endorsement Currie and his ensemble have taken on the role of ambassadors of Reich’s work Drumming, which they have performed at many venues and festivals internationally.

The Scene of the Crime | Tuesday, September 19, 6:00 pm, Palladium Malmö Read more
Signs, Waves, Heat | Wednesday, September 20, 9:00 pm, Klubb Krinolin at Grand Öl & Mat Read more
Moment and Eternity | Friday, September 22, 9:00 pm, St Petri Church Read more
Rites and Tales | Saturday, September 23, 6:00 pm, Palladium Malmö Read more


Brett Dean

Brett Dean trained and graduated from the Queensland Conservatorium, before moving to Germany in 1984 where he performed as violist within the Berlin Philharmonic, for fourteen years.

He started composing in the late eighties and is today one of the most internationally performed composers of his generation. His music is championed by many of the leading conductors and orchestras worldwide, including Sir Simon Rattle, Andris Nelsons, Marin Alsop, David Robertson and Simone Young.

Dean enjoys a busy performing career as violist and conductor, and since 2005 has been performing his own Viola Concerto with many of the world’s leading orchestras. He is also a natural chamber musician, frequently collaborating with other soloists and ensembles to perform both his own chamber works and standard repertoire. Recent highlights include projects with the Doric String Quartet, Scharoun Ensemble and Alban Gerhardt.

Dean is Artist in Residence with Sydney Symphony Orchestra which encompasses conducting, performing and creative programming in collaboration with David Robertson. He is also BBC Symphony Orchestra Artist in Residence, which last season included the world premiere of From Melodious Lay, conducted by Joshua Weilerstein, and the UK premiere of Knocking at the Hellgate with Russel Braun.

Brett Dean is festival composer for Malmö Chamber Music 2017, and will be performing at several concerts during the festival.

The Scene of the Crime | Tuesday, September 19, 6:00 pm, Palladium Malmö Read more
Beetween the Spaces in the Sky | Wednesday, September 20, 6:00 pm, Palladium Malmö Read more
Signs, Waves, Heat | Wednesday, September 20, 9:00 pm, Klubb Krinolin at Grand Öl & Mat Read more
Academy | Thursday, September 21, 7:00 pm, Malmö Live  Concert Hall Read more
Moment and Eternity | Friday, September 22, 9:00 pm, St Petri Church Read more
Testaments | Saturday, September 23, 2:00 pm, Malmö Live Concert Hall Read more

Doric String Quartet

Alex Redington violin
Jonathan Stone violin
Hélène Clément viola
John Myerscough cello

The Doric String Quartet has firmly established itself as the leading British string quartet of its generation, receiving enthusiastic responses from audiences and critics across the globe.

The Quartet performs in leading concert halls throughout Europe including Amsterdam Concertgebouw, Vienna Konzerthaus, Berlin Konzerthaus, and is a regular visitor to the Wigmore Hall. In 2010 the Quartet made its highly acclaimed American debut with recitals at the Frick Museum in New York and Library of Congress in Washington, and now returns for annual tours to North America. Alongside main season concerts the Quartet has a busy festival schedule and has performed with artists including Ian Bostridge, Philip Langridge, Mark Padmore, Alexander Melnikov, Elizabeth Leonskaja, Alina Ibragimova and Cédric Tiberghien.

Highlights of the 2016/17 season included the Quartet’s debut appearance at Carnegie Hall, where they gave the US premiere of Donnacha Dennehey’s piece The Weather of it, which was co-commissioned for the Doric by Carnegie Hall and Wigmore Hall. In Europe, the Quartet continued to raise its profile in Germany with performances at the Heidelberg String Quartet Festival, Mecklenburg Vorpommen Festival and the Berlin Konzerthaus. UK highlights included four appearances at the Wigmore Hall, as well as a weekend of concerts at the Perth Concert Hall and recitals in Edinburgh, Oxford and Brighton. They also continued their long-standing relationship with the Wiltshire Music Centre, as well as returning to the Jersey Arts Centre and the West Cork Chamber Music Festival.

Formed in 1998 at Pro Corda, The National School for Young Chamber Music Players, the Doric String Quartet studied on the Paris-based ProQuartet Professional Training Program and later at the Music Academy in Basel. In 2015 the Quartet was appointed as Teaching Quartet in Association at the Royal Academy of Music in London.

The Owl and the Pussycat | Tuesday, September 19, 9:00 pm, Klubb Krinolin at Grand Öl & Mat Read more
Beetween the Spaces in the Sky | Wednesday, September 20, 6:00 pm, Palladium Malmö Read more

Olle Elfström

Olle Elfström began his musical career at the age of 9 in his home town of Vadstena, Sweden. Formative studies were on the euphonium before transitioning to the trombone five years later. Olle began studying at Malmö Academy of Music in 2005 under the tutelage of Eric Lindblom.

During 2007, Olle successfully auditioned for principal trombone of the Norrköping Symphony Orchestra, and later the same year for a position in the Malmö Opera Orchestra. In 2008 he won his current job as principal trombone of the Malmö Symphony Orchestra. Alongside working in the orchestra, Olle also completed a soloist diploma at the Malmö Academy of Music, culminating in a solo concert in 2012 with the Helsingborg Symphony Orchestra.

Moment and Eternity | Friday, September 22, 9:00 pm, St Petri Church Read more
Rites and Tales | Saturday, September 23, 6:00 pm, Palladium Malmö Read more

Eric Ericson’s Chamber Choir, Fredrik Malmberg

Eric Ericson’s Chamber Choir was founded in 1945 by then 27-year-old Eric Ericson, and has since taken a central position in the Swedish and international music scene. Eric Ericson and his choir’s great interest in always finding new music and exploring new areas makes the ensemble’s repertoire very wide to this day: from early music to the latest and newly composed. For generations of Swedish and international composers, the choir has been an ideal ensemble with its typical “Nordic” sound and consistent virtuosity.

To uphold the legacy of Eric Ericson means preserving and developing that unique timbre, deepening the chamber musical attitude and searching out new repertoire. After Eric Ericsons passing in 2013, Fredrik Malmberg was engaged as chief conductor, working alongside Swedish and international guest conductors.

In Eric Ericson’s Chamber Choir you find Sweden’s foremost ensemble singers who, beyond their own solo singing careers and other important musical endeavours, have chosen to take part in this vital ensemble work.

On the world stage, Eric Ericson’s Chamber Choir is among the very foremost professional ensembles, and through the years it has been awarded many distinctions. The choir makes several tours abroad each year, but also works educationally with amateur choirs around Sweden.

In its long history, the choir has made numerous recordings. Highlights of the international work include collaborations with the Swedish Radio Choir and the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, with conductors such as Claudio Abbado, James Levine and Riccardo Muti, as well as the many recordings and concerts with Nicolas Harnoncourt and the Concentus Musicus Wien.

Since 2003, Eric Ericson’s Chamber Choir has a close collaboration with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and the Stockholm Concert Hall.

Moment and Eternity | Friday, September 22, 9:00 pm, St Petri Church Read more

Anna Grevelius

Swedish mezzo-soprano Anna Grevelius studied at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London and was later accepted to the Benjamin Britten International Opera School at Royal College of Music, as a Sir Thomas Allen Scholar. She then joined the National Opera Studio for the 2006/07 season. In concert, she has for instance performed Bruckner’s Te Deum under Bernard Haitink and Elijah at the 2009 Bach Festival Leipzig with Leon Botstein and the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra. She has also performed with the English Chamber Orchestra and the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra.

A gifted recitalist, Anna has recently appeared at London‘s King’s Place, in Cambridge, Santiago de Compostela, with Roger Vignoles at the Oxford Lieder and the Brighton Festivals and with Julius Drake at London‘s Middle Temple and Wigmore Hall. She is featured on the latest two volumes of Mendelssohn songs for Hyperion Records with pianist Eugene Asti.

Grevelius was also the winner of the 2004 Gerald Moore Award’s Singer’s Prize and the 2006 RCM Lies Askonas Competition. She is also the recipient of the ‘Prix Gabriel Dussurget 2009’, awarded by the Festival d’Aix-en-Provence.

The Owl and the Pussycat | Tuesday September 19, 9:00 pm, Klubb Krinolin at Grand Öl & Mat Read more

Håkan Hardenberger

Håkan Hardenberger is one of the world’s leading soloists, consistently recognized for his phenomenal performances and tireless innovation. Alongside his performances of the classical repertoar, he is also renowned as a pioneer of significant and virtuosic new trumpet works.

Håkan Hardenberger performs with the world’s leading orchestras, including the New York Philharmonic, Boston Symphony, Wiener Philharmoniker, Swedish Radio Symphony, London Symphony, Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks and NHK Symphony Orchestra.

The works written for and championed by Hardenberger stand as key highlights in the repertoar and include those by Sir Harrison Birtwistle, Brett Dean, Hans Werner Henze, Rolf Martinsson, Olga Neuwirth, Arvo Pärt, Mark-Anthony Turnage, Rolf Wallin and HK Gruber’s concerto Aerial, which received its 70th performance by Hardenberger with Berlin Philharmonic in 2015.

Conducting has become an integral part of Hardenberger’s music making. He conducts orchestras such as BBC Philharmonic, St Paul and Swedish Chamber Orchestras, Dresden Philharmonic, RTE National Symphony Dublin, Real Filharmonia Galicia and Malmo Symphony. In recital he has duo partnerships with pianist Roland Pöntinen and percussionist Colin Currie.

Hardenberger was born in Malmö, Sweden and is professor at the Malmö Academy of Music as well as being Artistic Director of Malmö Chamber Music.

The Scene of the Crime | Tuesday, September 19, 6:00 pm, Palladium Malmö Read more
Moment and Eternity | Friday, September 22, 9:00 pm, St Petri Church Read more
Rites and Tales | Saturday, September 23, 6:00 pm, Palladium Malmö Read more

Lucas & Arthur Jussen

‘It is like driving a pair of BMWs’ remarked conductor Michael Schønwandt, after directing the Dutch brothers Lucas and Arthur Jussen. Despite their young age, they have been taking part in the international concert world for years.

Lucas and Arthur received their first piano lessons from Leny Bettman in their native town of Hilversum. In 2005, the brothers studied in Portugal and Brazil for nearly a year at the invitation of Portuguese master pianist Maria João Pires.

Lucas and Arthur have performed with nearly all Dutch orchestras and with acclaimed international orchestras, among others the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra and London Chamber Orchestra. They have worked with conductors like Jaap van Zweden, James Gaffigan and Sir Neville Marriner. Moreover, they have collaborated with several renowned musicians such as Chinese star pianist Lang Lang, with whom Lucas shared the stage during the Prinsengracht Concert in Amsterdam in 2006.

Besides their orchestral concerts, the brothers are also known and celebrated for their recitals. They have performed in most concert halls in the Netherlands and have given recitals in concert halls and festivals across Europe, such as the Herkulessaal (Munich), Rheingau Music Festival and the famous Festival de Piano de La Roque d’Anthéron.

In 2010, Lucas and Arthur signed a record deal with Deutsche Grammophon and their debut CD with works by Beethoven received platinum status.

Rites and Tales | Saturday, September 23, 6:00 pm, Palladium Malmö Read more

Ayla Kabaca

TV host, actress, musical artist and singer; Ayla Kabaca has more than one string to her bow. She is widely recognized for her work as host on SVT and UR. As an actress, Ayla has made a number of roles in everything from drama to farce, for instance at Södra Teatern in Stockholm and Folkteatern in Gothenburg. As a musical artist, she has played parts in several productions, such as Mozart’s wife in the musical “Mozart”, and in recent years she has been hosting “Barnens Allsång på Skansen”. Ayla often collaborates with the Swedish symphony orchestras and is frequently engaged as singer and presenter at several of Sweden’s largest concert halls.

Carl Adam Landström

The organist Carl Adam Landström was born in Gränna in 1983. Already as a ten-year-old he played the organ after being inspired by Marianne Jansson, the organist in Grenna church, who was his musical mentor during his formative years.

At the age of seventeen, he entered the Royal College of Music in Stockholm. The Solo Organ was taught by Professor Ralph Gustafsson and Improvisation by Tomas Willstedt and Professor Stefan Therstam. After basic studies at the Royal Academy of Music, Carl Adam went on to further studies in Sweden and England with David Sanger and in France with François-Henri Houbart.

Carl Adam has been featured on numerous CDs, radio and TV recordings, and at special events such as the Nobel Banquet.

Besides his activities as a freelance soloist, Carl Adam has been an organist at Katarina Church in Stockholm. Since June 2011 he is one of the organist in St Petri Church in Malmö.

Landström has twice been awarded the Royal Music Academy scholarship and teaches at the Malmö Academy of Music.

Moment and Eternity | Friday, September 22, 9:00 pm, St Petri Church Read more

Paul Lewis

“There are many prized recordings of the Beethoven sonatas from past masters and current artists.  But if  I  had  to  recommend  a  single  complete  set,  I would  suggest  Mr.  Lewis’ s distinguished recordings.” Anthony Tommasini, New York Times

Paul Lewis is internationally regarded as one of the leading musicians of his generation. His cycles of core piano works by Beethoven and Schubert have received unanimous critical and public acclaim  worldwide, and consolidated his reputation as  one  of  the  world’s  foremost interpreters of the central European classical repertoire.

Paul Lewis studied with Joan Havill at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London before going on to study privately with Alfred Brende. Today he regularly appears  as  soloist  with the world’s great orchestras. He is also a frequent guest at some of the world’s most prestigious festivals, and at the BBC Proms in 2010 he became the first person to play a complete Beethoven piano concerto cycle in a single season.

Paul Lewis has received numerous awards for his work including Royal Philharmonic  Society’s  Instrumentalist of the Year, two Edison music awards,  three Gramophone awards,  the Diapason D’or de l’Annee, the Preis Der Deutschen Schallplattenkritik and many more. In the 2016 Queen’s Birthday Honours he was appointed Commander of the Order of the  British Empire (CBE).

Paul Lewis has released a number of records and his multi-award winning discography includes major solo and piano works as well as concertos by Beethoven, Liszt, Schubert, Schuman, Mussorgsky and Brahms.

The Scene of the Crime | Tuesday, September 19, 6:00 pm, Palladium Malmö Read more
The Owl and the Pussycat | Tuesday September 19, 9:00 pm, Klubb Krinolin at Grand Öl & Mat Read more

Malmö Symphony Orchestra

Founded in 1925, the Malmö Symphony Orchestra is one of Sweden’s four major symphony orchestras. Malmö Symphony Orchestra has close to 100 members in the orchestra, which offers a new concert almost every week. Either under the direction of chief conductor Marc Soustrot or guest conductors, and often accompanied by soloists from around the world to present a magnetic annual concert season. MSO recently took residence at Malmö Live Concert Halls, a truly state-of-the-art facility and part of the Malmö Live complex.

Testaments | Saturday, September 23, 2:00 pm, Malmö Live Concert Hall Read more

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