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Konserthuset Stockholm, the blue concert hall on Hötorget in Stockholm, has been the home venue of the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra since 1926. The venue hosts over 200 concerts each year, including orchestral and chamber music, jazz and world music, exhibitions and other events, while once a year, the global spotlight falls on Konserthuset Stockholm and the orchestra during the Nobel Prize Award Ceremony. The online concert hall KonserthusetPlay features recorded concerts by the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra, but also much more from our broad offering, such as jazz, chamber music and concerts for children.

Konserthuset Stockholm, the blue concert hall on Hötorget in Stockholm, has been the home venue of the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra since 1926. The venue hosts over 200 concerts each year, including orchestral and chamber music, jazz and world music, exhibitions and other events, while once a year, the global spotlight falls on Konserthuset Stockholm and the orchestra during the Nobel Prize Award Ceremony. The online concert hall KonserthusetPlay features recorded concerts by the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra, but also much more from our broad offering, such as jazz, chamber music and concerts for children.

23rd March 2018

Emmanuel Tjeknavorian takes to the stage for an unaccompanied recital of some of the most demanding music written for violin from composers including Bach, Ysaÿe, Bartók and new music from violinist and composer Christoph Ehrenfellner. As part of the ECHO Rising Stars series Tjeknavorian will also give a masterclass for young Swedish students at the Stockholm Concert Hall.

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Uwe Arens
23rd March 2018

Emmanuel Tjeknavorian takes to the stage for an unaccompanied recital of some of the most demanding music written for violin from composers including Bach, Ysaÿe, Bartók and new music from violinist and composer Christoph Ehrenfellner. As part of the ECHO Rising Stars series Tjeknavorian will also give a masterclass for young Swedish students at the Stockholm Concert Hall.

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28th March 2018

Tine Thing Helseth, a trailblazing trumpeter admired for her soulful and lyrical playing takes centre stage in this performance of Haydn’s Trumpet Concerto conducted by Klaus Mäkelä. As part of the presentation Tine Thing Helseth will take part in a relaxed pre-concert talk to connect with the audience and introduce them to the music.

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Paul Mitchell
28th March 2018

Tine Thing Helseth, a trailblazing trumpeter admired for her soulful and lyrical playing takes centre stage in this performance of Haydn’s Trumpet Concerto conducted by Klaus Mäkelä. As part of the presentation Tine Thing Helseth will take part in a relaxed pre-concert talk to connect with the audience and introduce them to the music.

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19th April 2018

Violinist Alina Pogostkina has worked with conductors such as Vladimir Ashkenazy, Gustavo Dudamel and Sakari Oramo and in this concert in Stockholm joins the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra for Mendelssohn’s lyrical Violin Concerto. As part of her appearance in Stockholm Pogostkina will also present a masterclass with students from a local music school, connecting young aspiring musicians with the world-class musicians.

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Nikolaj Lund
19th April 2018

Violinist Alina Pogostkina has worked with conductors such as Vladimir Ashkenazy, Gustavo Dudamel and Sakari Oramo and in this concert in Stockholm joins the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra for Mendelssohn’s lyrical Violin Concerto. As part of her appearance in Stockholm Pogostkina will also present a masterclass with students from a local music school, connecting young aspiring musicians with the world-class musicians.

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29th November 2018

Amalie Stalheim, one of the most promising young cellists in Scandinavia, performs Tobias Broström’s rhythmically concentrated and melodically beautiful cello concerto with the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra and Russian conductor Stanislav Kochanovsky. As part of her appearance in Stockholm will also present a masterclass with students from local music schools, connecting young aspiring musicians with the world-class musicians.

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29th November 2018

Amalie Stalheim, one of the most promising young cellists in Scandinavia, performs Tobias Broström’s rhythmically concentrated and melodically beautiful cello concerto with the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra and Russian conductor Stanislav Kochanovsky. As part of her appearance in Stockholm will also present a masterclass with students from local music schools, connecting young aspiring musicians with the world-class musicians.

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9th January 2019

Cellist Kian Solttani returns to the Konserthuset following a performance in 2017 with Daniel Barenboim to showcase Schumann’s passionate Cello Concerto accompanied by the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic. As part of his residency Soltani will also lead a masterclass for students from El Sistema Södertälje, providing an opportunity for them to meet and be inspired by this star cellist.

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Juventino Mateo
9th January 2019

Cellist Kian Solttani returns to the Konserthuset following a performance in 2017 with Daniel Barenboim to showcase Schumann’s passionate Cello Concerto accompanied by the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic. As part of his residency Soltani will also lead a masterclass for students from El Sistema Södertälje, providing an opportunity for them to meet and be inspired by this star cellist.

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1st February 2019

Anaïs Gaudemard, international harp soloist and ECHO Rising Star, performs a high-profile solo recital of music from composers including Glinka and Smetana and “Nighhawks for harp” a new composition from Camille Pëpin’s based on the Edward Hopper painting. A collaborator with ensembles such as the Lucerne Festival Orchestra, Gaudemard will also present a masterclass to young harpists from leading local music schools, giving them the opportunity to meet and be inspired by Gaudemard in person.

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1st February 2019

Anaïs Gaudemard, international harp soloist and ECHO Rising Star, performs a high-profile solo recital of music from composers including Glinka and Smetana and “Nighhawks for harp” a new composition from Camille Pëpin’s based on the Edward Hopper painting. A collaborator with ensembles such as the Lucerne Festival Orchestra, Gaudemard will also present a masterclass to young harpists from leading local music schools, giving them the opportunity to meet and be inspired by Gaudemard in person.

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3rd February 2019

The Amatis Piano Trio make their debut recital at the Konserthuset with a programme including music by Shostakovich and Ravel. The trio will also lead masterclasses for chamber music groups from music schools in Stockholm and provide the opportunity for the students to attend the high-profile concert.

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3rd February 2019

The Amatis Piano Trio make their debut recital at the Konserthuset with a programme including music by Shostakovich and Ravel. The trio will also lead masterclasses for chamber music groups from music schools in Stockholm and provide the opportunity for the students to attend the high-profile concert.

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9th May 2019

Scottish mezzo-soprano Catriona Morison, winner of the 2017 BBC Cardiff Singer of the World Main Prize and joint winner of the Song Prize, joins an international cast of soloists for a performance of Ethel Smyth’s Mass in D, constructed almost like an opera and simultaneously melodically tasteful and intricate, dramatic and expressively imagistic. As part of her stay in Sweden Morison will also lead a masterclass for singers from local music academies, connecting and inspiring students through meeting this emerging classical music star in person.

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Julie Howden
9th May 2019

Scottish mezzo-soprano Catriona Morison, winner of the 2017 BBC Cardiff Singer of the World Main Prize and joint winner of the Song Prize, joins an international cast of soloists for a performance of Ethel Smyth’s Mass in D, constructed almost like an opera and simultaneously melodically tasteful and intricate, dramatic and expressively imagistic. As part of her stay in Sweden Morison will also lead a masterclass for singers from local music academies, connecting and inspiring students through meeting this emerging classical music star in person.

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8th August 2019

Ryan Bancroft, winner of the Malko Competition for young conductors in 2018, leads the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra in a performance of Dvorák, Mozart and Elfrida Andrée. As part of the Konserthuset Stockholm’s programme to introduce new audiences to classical music, members of the public will be offered the opportunity to listen to the dress rehearsal prior to the evening concert, opening up the rehearsal process and offering a new perspective and relationship to the orchestra and the concert hall.

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8th August 2019

Ryan Bancroft, winner of the Malko Competition for young conductors in 2018, leads the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra in a performance of Dvorák, Mozart and Elfrida Andrée. As part of the Konserthuset Stockholm’s programme to introduce new audiences to classical music, members of the public will be offered the opportunity to listen to the dress rehearsal prior to the evening concert, opening up the rehearsal process and offering a new perspective and relationship to the orchestra and the concert hall.

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