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Chamber Music with the Orchestra Academy

This season's academy musicians in a programme that includes Swedish music.

Since 2016, the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra (RSPO) offers one year of training on site at Konserthuset Stockholm. The RSPO Orchestra Academy aims to give participating musicians heightened knowledge and understanding of the profession by giving them the possibility to work with – and alongside – one of Europe’s leading symphony orchestras.

The musicians receive individual tuition on their instrument by tutors that are predominantly leaders and principals of the orchestra. In addition, extensive chamber music playing is a vital part of the course as well as seminars in stage presence and orchestral praxis.

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Ticket information

The concert will take place with an audience of maximum 150 people in the hall. The costumised seating plan allows only single seats.

Read more about how we work for a safe concert visit

 

 

This season's academy musicians in a programme that includes Swedish music.

Sunday 1 November 2020 15.00

Ends approximately 16.20

Free entrance! Book your seat ticket here. to

Since 2016, the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra (RSPO) offers one year of training on site at Konserthuset Stockholm. The RSPO Orchestra Academy aims to give participating musicians heightened knowledge and understanding of the profession by giving them the possibility to work with – and alongside – one of Europe’s leading symphony orchestras.

The musicians receive individual tuition on their instrument by tutors that are predominantly leaders and principals of the orchestra. In addition, extensive chamber music playing is a vital part of the course as well as seminars in stage presence and orchestral praxis.

***

Ticket information

The concert will take place with an audience of maximum 150 people in the hall. The costumised seating plan allows only single seats.

Read more about how we work for a safe concert visit

 

 

  • The music

    Approximate times
  • Franz Berwald Grand Septet
    22 min
  • Sofia Gubaidulina Concordanza
    12 min
  • Albert Schnelzer Apollonian Dances for percussion and string quartet
    13 min
  • Jean Françaix Dixtour
    18 min
  • Participants

  • Martine Taalesen flute
  • Anna Randelin oboe
  • Cristina Mateo Sáez clarinet
  • Kari Günther bassoon
  • Edna Gonçalves Fernandes french horn
  • Alejandro Martín Agustín percussion
  • Agata Kawa-Cajler violin
  • Olivia Høilund-Carlsen Ruud violin
  • Doris Mägi viola
  • Giovanni Inglese cello
  • Ella Stenstedt double bass

Sunday 1 November 2020 15.00

Ends approximately 16.20
Free entrance! Book your seat ticket here. to