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Genre: Jazz

Stockholm Voices

Virtuoso vocals with strong jazz roots – and some excursions to classic Beatles tunes.

Vocal jazz quartet Stockholm Voices has together with its band caught the  Swedish jazz audience since the very first tour in 2014. With its sould-out concerts, radio broadcasts and great reviews, they are sought-after among Swedish jazz clubs and festivals. Stockholm Voices consists of Gunilla Törnfeldt soprano, Maria Winther alto, Alexander Lövmark tenor and Jakob Sollevi baritone.

The quartet is caracterized by fine-tuned and precise vocals with four virtuoso voices that blend together into a unique sound. The music is based on a strong vocal tradition of the jazz genre. The latest addition to the repertoire is music by Lennon/McCartney.

In their concerts, Stockholm Voices also often present music from the debut album Come Rain or Come Shine, along with classics of The American Songbook. The arrangements are written by Mikael Skoglund, Gunilla Törnfeldt, Calle Rasmusson and Carl Bagge.

  • The music

  • Gigi Gryce Social Call arr Mikael Skoglund
  • Harold Arlen So Long, Big Time! arr Mikael Skoglund
  • Jimmy van Heusen It Could Happen to You arr Mikael Skoglund
  • Lennon/McCartney Paperback Writer arr Carl Bagge/Calle Rasmusson/Mikael Skoglund
  • Lennon/McCartney The Fool on the Hill arr Gunilla Törnfeldt/Calle Rasmusson/Mikael Skoglund
  • Paul McCartney Great Day arr Carl Bagge/Alexander Lövmark
  • Olle Adolphson Om natten arr Gunilla Törnfeldt
  • Trad Vindarna sucka uti skogarna arr Mikael Skoglund
  • Bill Evans Monicas vals arr Mikael Skoglund
  • Paul McCartney My Valentine arr Calle Rasmusson/Mikael Skoglund
  • Paul McCartney Calico Skies arr Calle Rasmusson/Mikael Skoglund/Maria Winther
  • Paul McCartney Get Back arr Calle Rasmusson/Mikael Skoglund
  • Participants

  • Stockholm Voices
  • Klas Lindquist alto saxophone
  • Carl Bagge piano
  • Svante Söderqvist double bass
  • Calle Rasmusson drums

About the video

  • From a livestream 26 February 2021.
  • The video is approximately one hour.
  • Subtitles in English and Swedish is activated by using the CC control in the video player.

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Genre: Jazz

Stockholm Voices

Virtuoso vocals with strong jazz roots – and some excursions to classic Beatles tunes.

About the video

  • From a livestream 26 February 2021.
  • The video is approximately one hour.
  • Subtitles in English and Swedish is activated by using the CC control in the video player.

Vocal jazz quartet Stockholm Voices has together with its band caught the  Swedish jazz audience since the very first tour in 2014. With its sould-out concerts, radio broadcasts and great reviews, they are sought-after among Swedish jazz clubs and festivals. Stockholm Voices consists of Gunilla Törnfeldt soprano, Maria Winther alto, Alexander Lövmark tenor and Jakob Sollevi baritone.

The quartet is caracterized by fine-tuned and precise vocals with four virtuoso voices that blend together into a unique sound. The music is based on a strong vocal tradition of the jazz genre. The latest addition to the repertoire is music by Lennon/McCartney.

In their concerts, Stockholm Voices also often present music from the debut album Come Rain or Come Shine, along with classics of The American Songbook. The arrangements are written by Mikael Skoglund, Gunilla Törnfeldt, Calle Rasmusson and Carl Bagge.

  • The music

  • Gigi Gryce Social Call arr Mikael Skoglund
  • Harold Arlen So Long, Big Time! arr Mikael Skoglund
  • Jimmy van Heusen It Could Happen to You arr Mikael Skoglund
  • Lennon/McCartney Paperback Writer arr Carl Bagge/Calle Rasmusson/Mikael Skoglund
  • Lennon/McCartney The Fool on the Hill arr Gunilla Törnfeldt/Calle Rasmusson/Mikael Skoglund
  • Paul McCartney Great Day arr Carl Bagge/Alexander Lövmark
  • Olle Adolphson Om natten arr Gunilla Törnfeldt
  • Trad Vindarna sucka uti skogarna arr Mikael Skoglund
  • Bill Evans Monicas vals arr Mikael Skoglund
  • Paul McCartney My Valentine arr Calle Rasmusson/Mikael Skoglund
  • Paul McCartney Calico Skies arr Calle Rasmusson/Mikael Skoglund/Maria Winther
  • Paul McCartney Get Back arr Calle Rasmusson/Mikael Skoglund
  • Participants

  • Stockholm Voices
  • Klas Lindquist alto saxophone
  • Carl Bagge piano
  • Svante Söderqvist double bass
  • Calle Rasmusson drums

Watch in our app

The Konserthuset Play app makes it easier to experience music on your phone or tablet – or on a big screen! Read more

FAQ about Konserthuset Play

Our tips for how to best take advantage of our selection and how you watch our livestreams. To FAQ

Konserthuset Stockholm’s fundraising for the UNHCR – support the Ukrainian people

All donations are passed on daily and in full to the UNHCR and the Ukrainian people. Use Swish number 123 408 85 63 or make your donation via our booking system. Warm thanks!

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