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Philharmonic Day – Open Doors

Meet the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic.

Each January, Konserthuset Stockholm opens its doors wide and introduces the musicians of the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra to listeners of all ages. The house will be filled to the brim with music and loads of activities! Experience orchestral concerts, try different instruments, enjoy music for kids, go behind the podium and much more. In co-operation with Kulturskolan Stockholm.

The entire hall will open at 11.00. No tickets needed.

11.30-12.00 Family concert with the ROYAL STOCKHOLM PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA
11.30-11.50 Konserthuset’s guide presents Grünewald Hall
12.00-15.00 Discover the music library and historical archive
12.15-12.35 The Philharmonic Up Close: String ensemble
12.15-12.35 MINI – big music for small ears (ages 3–7)
12.15-12.35 Meet members of the orchestra!
12.45-13.15 Organ demonstration with Ulf Norberg
12.45-13.10 Sneak peek behind the podium with a member of the orchestra.
12.50-13.15 The Philharmonic Up Close: Harp
12.50-13.15 Blue House Jazz with Peter Asplund and guests
13.15-13.30 Try an instrument: Piano and celesta
13.30-13.50 MINI – big music for small ears (ages 3–7)
13.30-14.00 Concert with the ROYAL STOCKHOLM PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA and three audience-member conductors chosen by lottery!
Apply at the information desk in the vestibule.
13.45-14.10 SEB Young Artists
14.15-15.15 Music quiz
14.15-14.45 The Philharmonic Up Close: Percussion
14.20-14.40 The Philharmonic Up Close: Woodwinds
14.20-14.40 Sneak peek behind the podium with a member of the orchestra!
14.45-15.00 Try an instrument: Piano and celesta
14.50-15.10 The Philharmonic Up Close: Brass
15.00-15.20 Blue House Jazz with Peter Asplund and guests
15.30-approx. 16.00 Concert with the ROYAL STOCKHOLM PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA. Lottery-winning audience members get to take a seat on the podium! Apply at the information desk in the vestibule.

Meet the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic.

Saturday 13 January 2018 11.00

Ends approximately 16.00

Each January, Konserthuset Stockholm opens its doors wide and introduces the musicians of the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra to listeners of all ages. The house will be filled to the brim with music and loads of activities! Experience orchestral concerts, try different instruments, enjoy music for kids, go behind the podium and much more. In co-operation with Kulturskolan Stockholm.

The entire hall will open at 11.00. No tickets needed.

11.30-12.00 Family concert with the ROYAL STOCKHOLM PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA
11.30-11.50 Konserthuset’s guide presents Grünewald Hall
12.00-15.00 Discover the music library and historical archive
12.15-12.35 The Philharmonic Up Close: String ensemble
12.15-12.35 MINI – big music for small ears (ages 3–7)
12.15-12.35 Meet members of the orchestra!
12.45-13.15 Organ demonstration with Ulf Norberg
12.45-13.10 Sneak peek behind the podium with a member of the orchestra.
12.50-13.15 The Philharmonic Up Close: Harp
12.50-13.15 Blue House Jazz with Peter Asplund and guests
13.15-13.30 Try an instrument: Piano and celesta
13.30-13.50 MINI – big music for small ears (ages 3–7)
13.30-14.00 Concert with the ROYAL STOCKHOLM PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA and three audience-member conductors chosen by lottery!
Apply at the information desk in the vestibule.
13.45-14.10 SEB Young Artists
14.15-15.15 Music quiz
14.15-14.45 The Philharmonic Up Close: Percussion
14.20-14.40 The Philharmonic Up Close: Woodwinds
14.20-14.40 Sneak peek behind the podium with a member of the orchestra!
14.45-15.00 Try an instrument: Piano and celesta
14.50-15.10 The Philharmonic Up Close: Brass
15.00-15.20 Blue House Jazz with Peter Asplund and guests
15.30-approx. 16.00 Concert with the ROYAL STOCKHOLM PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA. Lottery-winning audience members get to take a seat on the podium! Apply at the information desk in the vestibule.

  • The music

    Approximate times
  • Concert No 1 at 11.30
  • Sergey Prokofiev Peter and the Wolf
    23 min
  • Concert No 2 at 13.30
  • Jacques Offenbach Overture to Orpheus in the Underworld
    10 min
  • Augusta Holmès La nuit et l’amour from Ludus pro patria
    6 min
  • Jean Sibelius March from Karelia Suite
    5 min
  • Concert No 3 at 15.30
  • William Walton Johannesburg Festival Overture
    7 min
  • Lars-Erik Larsson Epilogue from The Winter’s Tale
    4 min
  • Hector Berlioz Hungarian March from The Damnation of Faust
    4 min
  • Participants

  • Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra
  • Jakob Hultberg Conductor
  • Ayla Kabaca Narrator

Saturday 13 January 2018 11.00

Ends approximately 16.00