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THE CONCERT HAS BEEN CANCELED - MUSICAL STORYTELLING: THE ETERNAL STRANGER

Ludwig van Beethoven is portrayed in a different and thought-provoking way by Israeli composer Ella Milch-Sheriff: her monodrama The Eternal Stranger is based on a strange and suggestive dream described by Beethoven himself and portrays Beethoven in an altogether new and unexpected fashion. Do not miss this unique tribute to the legendary composer, premiered by conductor and pianist Omer Meir Wellber, who also presents Bach’s The Art of Fugue in new and exciting arrangements by Sven-David Sandström among others.


SWEDISH RADIO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
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The concert has been canceled

All Swedish Radio's public events are canceled until June 30

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The Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra is known worldwide as one of Europe’s most versatile orchestras with an exciting and varied repertoire and a constant striving to break new ground. The orchestra’s high-quality music making as well as its collaborations with internationally renowned composers, conductors and soloists have been rewarded with numerous prizes and accolades.

The orchestra has a unique combination of humility, sensibility and musical imagination”, says Daniel Harding, chief conductor of the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra since 2007. “I have never had a concert with the orchestra where they haven’t played as though their lives depended on it!

The first radio orchestra was formed in 1925, the same year that the Swedish Radio Service began its broadcasts. Since then, the orchestra’s concerts have always been broadcast by the Swedish Radio. The Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra received its current name in 1967.

Through the years, the orchestra has had several distinguished chief conductors. Two of them, Herbert Blomstedt and Esa-Pekka Salonen, have since been appointed conductors laureate together with Valery Gergiev, a regular guest conductor and co-founder of the Baltic Sea Festival.

Approximate concert length: 1 h 45 min (with intermission)