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Livestream: Nobel Prize Concert 2020

The spectacular Igor Levit is the soloist in Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 5. This year's Nobel Concert will be broadcast live both on SVT Play (Sweden only) and via the Nobel Prize YouTube channel.

The Nobel Prize Concert is an annual event of the highest international standard. The concert is part of the official programme during Nobel Week and is a tribute to the year’s Nobel Prize recipients. In addition to the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra, elite musicians and conductors also participate each year. 

This year’s Nobel Prize Concert will be online due to the current situation. The concert will, for the first time, be streamed globally through the Nobel Prize YouTube channel and on nobelprize.org. SVT Play will also live-stream the performance (in Sweden only). The concert can also be seen in SVT2 Kulturstudion on Saturday 12 December at 19.05.

The Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra is led by French Stéphane Denève, who works with the world’s foremost orchestras and who is also appreciated for his brilliant programming. He is chief conductor of the Brussels Philharmonic and music director of the American St. Louis Symphony Orchestra. He debuted with the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra in 2002 and last appeared with the orchestra in 2017.

The soloist at this year’s Nobel Prize Concert is pianist Igor Levit, acclaimed for his unparalleled interpretations of Beethoven’s music. He is a regular guest at Konserthuset and his recitals of Beethoven’s piano sonatas this year garnered significant attention and were unanimously critically acclaimed.

At this year’s Nobel Prize Concert, we hear him perform Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 5, known as the Emperor Concerto. The first movement is powerful and begins with masterful cadences; the second movement is introverted, with a nearly improvisational solo section, while the finale is an energetic, dancing, jubilant rondo which Beethoven charged with contrasts and enormous pathos. 

The concert is presented by Nobel Prize Outreach AB, in association with Konserthuset Stockholm (opens in a new windoww

The spectacular Igor Levit is the soloist in Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 5. This year's Nobel Concert will be broadcast live both on SVT Play (Sweden only) and via the Nobel Prize YouTube channel.

Tuesday 8 December 2020 19.00

Ends approximately 21.00

The Nobel Prize Concert is an annual event of the highest international standard. The concert is part of the official programme during Nobel Week and is a tribute to the year’s Nobel Prize recipients. In addition to the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra, elite musicians and conductors also participate each year. 

This year’s Nobel Prize Concert will be online due to the current situation. The concert will, for the first time, be streamed globally through the Nobel Prize YouTube channel and on nobelprize.org. SVT Play will also live-stream the performance (in Sweden only). The concert can also be seen in SVT2 Kulturstudion on Saturday 12 December at 19.05.

The Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra is led by French Stéphane Denève, who works with the world’s foremost orchestras and who is also appreciated for his brilliant programming. He is chief conductor of the Brussels Philharmonic and music director of the American St. Louis Symphony Orchestra. He debuted with the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra in 2002 and last appeared with the orchestra in 2017.

The soloist at this year’s Nobel Prize Concert is pianist Igor Levit, acclaimed for his unparalleled interpretations of Beethoven’s music. He is a regular guest at Konserthuset and his recitals of Beethoven’s piano sonatas this year garnered significant attention and were unanimously critically acclaimed.

At this year’s Nobel Prize Concert, we hear him perform Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 5, known as the Emperor Concerto. The first movement is powerful and begins with masterful cadences; the second movement is introverted, with a nearly improvisational solo section, while the finale is an energetic, dancing, jubilant rondo which Beethoven charged with contrasts and enormous pathos. 

The concert is presented by Nobel Prize Outreach AB, in association with Konserthuset Stockholm (opens in a new windoww

  • The music

    Approximate times
  • Ludwig van Beethoven Piano Concerto No. 5 "Emperor"
    37 min
  • Intermission
    25 min
  • Guillaume Connesson Flammenschrift
    9 min
  • Andrea Tarrodi Solus
    6 min
  • Igor Stravinsky From The Firebird Suite (1945)
    21 min
  • Participants

  • Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra
  • Stéphane Denève conductor
  • Igor Levit piano

Tuesday 8 December 2020 19.00

Ends approximately 21.00