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Livestream: Jazz by Magnus LindgreN

Multi-instrumentalist Magnus Lindgren teams up with friends in a live broadcast from the Grünewald Hall.

 

”Swedish top jazzer” (soulandjazzandfunk.com) Magnus Lindgren made his mark at international level through some excellent projects both as an instrumentalist and arranger. Togheter with trumpeter Peter Asplund, Magnus Lindgren is the leader of Konserthuset’s own big band, Blue House Jazz Orchestra, and a frequent guest at Konserthuset.

His artistic talent was already discovered at a young age: at the age of fourteen, he toured for the first time with his father's big band, and at the age of seventeen he played on stage with Herbie Hancock.

Lindgren studied saxophone at the Royal College of Music in Stockholm, where he focused on the flute and the clarinet as well. In this time he performed on various stages in and around Stockholm. In 1999 he released his debut album, which received a Swedish Grammy nomination.

Later he won various prizes, for example the Swedish royal medal 'Litteris et Artibus' for outstanding artistic contributions. In addition, Lindgren composed for and performed at the Nobel banquet twice.

Multi-instrumentalist Magnus Lindgren teams up with friends in a live broadcast from the Grünewald Hall.

Friday 8 May 2020 19.00

Ends approximately 20.00

 

”Swedish top jazzer” (soulandjazzandfunk.com) Magnus Lindgren made his mark at international level through some excellent projects both as an instrumentalist and arranger. Togheter with trumpeter Peter Asplund, Magnus Lindgren is the leader of Konserthuset’s own big band, Blue House Jazz Orchestra, and a frequent guest at Konserthuset.

His artistic talent was already discovered at a young age: at the age of fourteen, he toured for the first time with his father's big band, and at the age of seventeen he played on stage with Herbie Hancock.

Lindgren studied saxophone at the Royal College of Music in Stockholm, where he focused on the flute and the clarinet as well. In this time he performed on various stages in and around Stockholm. In 1999 he released his debut album, which received a Swedish Grammy nomination.

Later he won various prizes, for example the Swedish royal medal 'Litteris et Artibus' for outstanding artistic contributions. In addition, Lindgren composed for and performed at the Nobel banquet twice.

  • The music

    Approximate times
  • Magnus Lindgren The Tweener
  • Magnus Lindgren Fyra
  • Magnus Lindgren Buho
  • Magnus Lindgren Way Out
  • Henrik Janson/Magnus Lindgren Theme for Laura
  • Magnus Lindgren Delion
  • Magnus Lindgren Copaflat
  • Magnus Lindgren Eye of the Spider
  • Participants

  • Magnus Lindgren saxophone/flute/clarinet
  • Daniel Karlsson piano
  • Josef Karnebäck bass
  • Robert Mehmet Ikiz drums

Friday 8 May 2020 19.00

Ends approximately 20.00