Konserthuset Stockholm
Kungliga Filharmonikerna
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A subscription gives you an entire season of musical experiences at a 25 percent discount compared with the individual ticket price. All in a single booking! You are guaranteed a space, even at the most popular concerts, and you have your own seat in the auditorium.

For the 20/21 season we are offering 20 subscriptions in a range of musical genres and scopes, at various times on different days of the week. Reserve your subscription now. With our open purchase policy, you can feel secure with your booking.

Welcome to a world of music!

Six hour-long concerts that begin early and have no intermission. Many major conductors and soloists will appear here in classic and Romantic repertoires.

Chief conductor Sakari Oramo’s grand finale, Swedish Baroque and romance, as well as Peter Mattei! Just as the name suggests, this is a big subscription in the middle of the week.

Carl Orff’s powerful Carmina Burana is one of many musical experiences in this vast concert subscription for discovery, featuring both Swedish world premieres and essential masterpieces.

This subscription features international guest performances, two festival concerts and brilliant conductors and soloists. And if you’ve ever wondered what a countertenor sounds like, you will find not one, but two examples here.

This subscription may be somewhat smaller, but the experiences are enormous! You will hear iconic masterpieces such as Mahler’s Symphony No. 5, Stravinsky’s Rite of Spring, Strauss’ Also sprach Zarathustra and Pettersson’s Symphony No. 9.

Sakari Oramo’s very last concert as chief conductor of the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra – and no fewer than three orchestral guest performances, Composer Weekend with a new piece – and Carl Orff’s Carmina Burana to begin!

Star conductor Franz Welser-Möst, as well as a rich blend of grand symphonies, a string of Beethoven celebrations, the Composer Festival – and Sakari Oramo’s final presentation of Sibelius.

Perfect for jazz cats! Pianist Aaron Diehl’s trio with acclaimed Chilean saxophonist Melissa Aldana, the super-group Artemis – and a 100-year anniversary tribute to Charlie Parker.

The classic Peter and the Wolf and the brand-new Merregnon, which takes us to a fascinating imaginary world, a jubilant sing-along concert with Ayla Kabaca and, of course, the traditional Christmas concert.

The classic Peter and the Wolf and the brand-new Merregnon, which takes us to a fascinating imaginary world, a jubilant sing-along concert with Ayla Kabaca and, of course, the traditional Christmas concert.

Now as a subscription – for children from about age 3. A subscription of discovery for younger children, who will get to playfully explore some of the orchestra’s various instruments.

Now as a subscription – for children from about age 3. A subscription of discovery for younger children, who will get to playfully explore some of the orchestra’s various instruments.

Musicianship of the highest quality! This season, six leading international musicians will demonstrate the true meaning of the expression: “You could hear a pin drop”.

Fasten your seatbelts! Spanish Cuarteto Casals will perform Beethoven’s String Quartet No. 13, with the dizzying Grosse Fuge as the grand finale, as well as five additional, exquisite quartets.

The subscription for forward-looking listeners who want to open their ears to the innovative music of today. Come a little early, stay late – the bar will be open before and after the concert.

A chamber music subscription with our own philharmonic musicians in a smaller format, featuring programmes of their own favourites – characterised by plenty of curiosity, with musical treasures of the past and present.

The popular Lied Evenings feature major, established contemporary Swedish singers as well as new rising stars. We will also occasionally welcome guests from afar...

Our hit subscription with the critically acclaimed ensemble Orpheus Baroque is a meeting place for philharmonic musicians and Sweden’s foremost Baroque musicians – and their audience.

Our popular soup concerts, with or without soup for lunch. 45 minutes of music in a brilliant programme that combines classics with hints of the unexpected, offering a panorama of the musical world.

45-minute lunchtime mini concerts in the company of Sweden’s leading organists, who will perform works by many of the key, central composers for organ. We say: more organ for the people!

In Monday at Last, violinist Cecilia Zilliacus and cellist Kati Raitinen create original programming in consultation with violist Johanna Persson – with guest performances by some of the foremost musicians of the Swedish and international music scenes.