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We were on tour

Here we publish the extra material we have from the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra’s latest tour, during the current concert season. Videos, reviews, interviews and more. If there is no tour here, it means that from that particular tour we have not published any extra material.


CONCERT SEASON 2019/2020

The Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra and the Swedish Radio Choir on tour 2019

This year the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra and the Swedish Radio Choir started the Anima Mundi festival in the Cathedral in Pisa, Italy with Brahms Ein deutsches Requiem. With Daniel Harding, who also is artistic director of the Anima Mundi festival.

September 7 at 20.30 Pisa Cathedral
The Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra
The Swedish Radio Choir
Daniel Harding Conductor
Hanna Husáhr Soprano
Mark Stone Baritone
BRAHMS: Ein deutsches Requiem

Sveriges Radios Symfoniorkester och Radiokören inför framförandet av Brahms Ein deutsches Requiem, under ledning av dirigent Daniel Harding. Foto: Marc Korovitch.

CONCERT SEASON 2018/2019

EUROPEAN TOUR 12 - 25 NOVEMBER (2018), to Antwerp, Eindhoven, Amsterdam, Cologne, Hamburg, Vienna, Zurich, Munich, Nuremberg, Baden Baden and Dortmund

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Here you can take part afterwards of the wonderful Elbphilharmonie Hamburg - where the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra and Daniel Harding played for sold-out houses on the fifth concert night of the tour, November 16th 2018.

Live broadcast

Swedish Radio P2 broadcasted live from the fifth concert night of the tour in the magnificent Elbphilharmonie in Hamburg (November 16, 2018)

Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra
Daniel Harding, music director
Alina Ibragimova, violin
Allan Pettersson: Symphonic Movement
Robert Schumann: Violin Concerto in D Minor
Hector Berlioz: Suite from Romeo and Juliet
Reporter: Sara Norling

Sveriges Radios Symfoniorkester och Daniel Harding, Elbphilharmonie, Hamburg. Foto: Karl Thorson/Sveriges Radio.

Sveriges Radios Symfoniorkester och Daniel Harding, Elbphilharmonie, Hamburg. Foto: Karl Thorson/Sveriges Radio.


Live broadcast

Swedish Radio P2 broadcasted live from the third concert night of the tour in the prestigious Concertgebouw in Amsterdam (November 14 2018)

Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra
Daniel Harding music director
Janine Jansen violin
HECTOR BERLIOZ: Les Troyens: Royal Hunt And Storm
ALBAN BERG: Violin Concerto, To the Memory of an Angel
LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN: Symphony No. 3, Eroica
Reporter: Sara Norling

Sveriges Radios Symfoniorkester och Daniel Harding, Europaturné 2018, i Amsterdam, Concertgebouw. Foto: Karl Thorson/Sveriges Radio.

Sveriges Radios Symfoniorkester och Daniel Harding, Europaturné 2018, i Amsterdam, Concertgebouw. Foto: Karl Thorson/Sveriges Radio.


REVIEWS FROM THE EUROPEAN TOUR

From the concert in Zürich, November 19:
”Swedish RSO and Harding on European Tour in Zurich”

From the concert in Hamburg, November 16:
”A partnership that works: Harding and the Swedish Radio Symphony at the Elbphilharmonie”

From the concert in Eindhoven, November 13:
JANINE JANSEN IS MAGISCH IN VIOOLCONCERT VAN SIBELIUS


THE CONCERT PROGRAM DURING THE EUROPEAN TOUR

Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra
Daniel Harding music director
Alina Ibragimova violin
Janine Jansen violin
ROBERT SCHUMANN. Violin Concerto in D Minor
ALBAN BERG: Violin Concerto, To the Memory of an Angel
JEAN SIBELIUS: Violin Concerto
LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN Symphony No. 3, Eroica
HECTOR BERLIOZ: Suite from Romeo and Juliet
HECTOR BERLIOZ Les Troyens: Royal Hunt And Storm
ALLAN PETTERSSON: Symphonic Movement

You find tickets to each concert in the links below:
Antwerpen, November 12 – Koningin Elisabethzaal
Eindhoven, November 13 – Muziekgebouw Eindhoven
Amsterdam, November 14 – Concertgebouw Amsterdam
Cologne, November 15 – Kölner Philharmonie
Hamburg, November 16 – Elbphilharmonie
Vienna, November 18 – Wiener Konzerthaus 
Zurich, November 19 – Tonhalle Maag
Munich, November 20 – Philharmonie am Gasteig  
Nuremberg, November 21 – Meistersingerhalle Nürnberg
Baden Baden, November 23 – Festspielhaus Baden-Baden
Dortmund, November 25 – Konzerthaus Dortmund