Chamber Concert with the RSPO Orchestra Academy
This year's academists play music by Kaija Saariaho, Mozart and more.
Friday 29 September 2023 18.00Ends approximately 19.15
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. The young 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. In this programme we hear music by Finnish Kaija Saariaho – one of the great composers of our time who passed away this summer at 70, and by Julius Röntgen (1855–1932) – Dutch composer who by the way was the husband of Swedish composer Amanda Maier Röntgen. The programme also includes music by the academist and double bassist Adrian Eriksson and the main act: Mozart’s populär clarinet quintet.
The musicApproximate times
Kaija Saariaho Ciel étoilé for percussion and double bass5 min
Adrian Eriksson Trio, version for marimba, violin and double bass3 min
Julius Röntgen Trio for flute, oboe and bassoon13 min
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Clarinet Quintet33 min
- Kaja Romih flute
- Victor Sjögren oboe
- Klaara Vasara clarinet
- Elena Mateo Sáez bassoon
- Johan Møllebjerg percussion
- Alzbeta Jezková violin
- André Kaufman violin
- Klara Kotarsky viola
- Lavinia Scarpelli cello
- Adrian Eriksson double bass