Nobel Prize Concert soloist in Carnegie Hall 15 February 2013

A dashing orchestral show-piece that certainly will catch your ear, composed by highly skilled and internationally renowned Swede Rolf Martinsson.

Romantic songs performed by Sweden's latest soprano star Elin Rombo.
Edvard Grieg: Våren (Spring)
Wilhelm Stenhammar: Fylgia
Wilhelm Stenhammar: Flickan kom ifrån sin älsklings möte (The Maid Returned from Meeting her Lover)

MAX BRUCH: Violin Concerto No 1 G minor
A romantic masterpiece and one of the most popular violin concertos of all time – with rising star and Nobel Prize Concert soloist Ray Chen making his Carnegie Hall debut.

JEAN SIBELIUS: Symphony No 2
Finnish Chief Conductor Sakari Oramo knows, perhaps better than anyone, what Sibelius' music is all about.

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The Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra, Eric Ericson Chamber Choir and conductor Sakari Oramo rehearsing Gustaf Mahler's Symphony No 2 at the Stockholm Concert Hall.

”The Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra is on splendid form”

Gramophone Magazine, January 2012

You have probably heard and seen the orchestra many times, as the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra (RSPO) always takes part in the Nobel Prize Ceremony at the Stockholm Concert Hall, which since 1926 is the home of the orchestra. The RSPO celebrated its 110th anniversary in 2012 and, with its already rich history, continues to perform to international critical acclaim, touring and recording praised CDs and DVDs.

Chief Conductor Sakari Oramo

“If the conductor Sakari Oramo, heaven forbid, ever felt like giving up music he deserves a second career as an architect. He certainly knows about building programmes.” (The Times)

"The attention to detail was often heart-stopping.....At the end of a stunning final part, Oramo was quick to hail his musicians, but the feeling was mutual.” (The Guardian)

Finnish conductor Sakari Oramo is Chief Conductor and Artistic Director of the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra (RSPO) since 2008. Oramo has led the orchestra to many highlights including a successful tour of Japan in 2010, an immense festival in Stockholm featuring ten Mahler symphonies on ten consecutive days and a European tour in 2012. The partnership has also seen several successful CD recordings.


Violinisten Ray Chen

Ray Chen

“Ray Chen can do pretty much anything he wants on the violin” (The Washington Post) 

Ray Chen is among the most compelling young violinists today. Winner of the Queen Elisabeth Competition (2009) and the Yehudi Menuhin Competition (2008). His recent performances, including debut recitals at the Kennedy Center in Washington D. C. and the Merkin Hall in New York, have enraptured both the audiences and the critics. The concert with The Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra and Sakari Oramo markes his debut at the Carnegie Hall. Ray Chen is the soloist of the Nobel Prize Concert at the Stockholm Concert Hall in December 2012.

Sopranen Elin Rombo

Elin Rombo

"Brilliant singing in a gentle soprano voice, superb technique and perfect pitch." (Svenska Dagbladet)

She is Sweden's latest opera star. The soprano Elin Rombo studied at the Brandon University Queen Elisabeth II in Canada and the University College of Opera in Stockholm. In 2009, Elin Rombo received the prestigious Birgit Nilsson Scholarship. Already during her studies she made her debut at the Stockholm Royal Opera. Later on she has performed on many stages in Sweden and internationally, including for instance the State Opera in Berlin, the Handel Festival in Halle, the Frankfurt Opera, the Salzburg Festival (2009 & 2010) and Saint-Denis Festival (2009 & 2012). She has worked with conductors like Riccardo Muti, Sir Colin Davis and Daniel Harding. In the autumn of 2012 Elin Rombo did the role of Agnès in George Benjamin’s new opera Written on Skin at the Netherlands Opera. Her growing repertoire spans from baroque to contemporary music. 

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