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  • Sat 17/2 at 18.00: Revived national romanticism – chamber music by Andreas Hallén

    Sat 17/2 at 18.00: Revived national romanticism – chamber music by Andreas Hallén

    Members of the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra Frida Hallén Blixt, violin, Linnea Nyman, viola and Helena Nilsson, cello will play – together with pianist David Wärn. PROGRAM Andreas Hallén (1846−1925) Violin romanze Op.16 for violin and piano Pianotrio nr 1 c-minor (1868) PAUS “Höststämning” for piano solo (tillkomstår okänt) Romance op. 40 for piano solo…

  • Sat 27/1 at 19.00: From Bohemian meadows to Swiss peaks

    Sat 27/1 at 19.00: From Bohemian meadows to Swiss peaks

    Music by Antonín Dvořák, Paul Juon and Frank Martin. Piano quintet with Jannika Gustafsson, violin, Patrik Swedrup, violin, Pascal Siffert, viola, Eva Maria Hux, cello and Bengt Forsberg, piano. More information about the concert will come later. PROGRAM Paul Juon (1872–1940) Märchen (Fairy Tale) op. 8 for cello and piano (1904) Antonín Dvořák (1841–1904) Terzetto…

  • Sat 30/12 at 18.00: Nature and locality in music

    Sat 30/12 at 18.00: Nature and locality in music

    Piano music by Ligeti, Ravel, Messiaen, Liszt and Rachmaninov. Martin Sturfält, piano Tickets SEK 200, membership price SEK 150. Under 26 free. Program György Ligeti (1923 – 2006), from Études, book 1 (1985), no 5: Arc-en-ciel, Andante con eleganza Maurice Ravel (1875 – 1937) from Miroirs (1904 – 1905),  no 2: Oiseaux tristes Olivier Messiaen…

  • Sat 16/12 at 18.00: Rachmaninov and Medtner

    Sat 16/12 at 18.00: Rachmaninov and Medtner

    We warm you with Rachmaninov’s elegiac Piano Trio No. 2 (in memory of Tchaikovsky), and let you be uplifted by Medtner’s life’s work, the Piano Quintet, inspired by Orthodox hymns. Tickets SEK 200, membership price SEK 150. Under 26 free. Program Rachmaninov, Piano trio Medtner, Piano quintet Artists Bengt Forsberg, piano, Tobias Ringborg, violin, Paul…

  • Sat 9/12 at 18.00: Christmas Consert

    Sat 9/12 at 18.00: Christmas Consert

    KVAHs traditional Christmas consert with classical music, carols and sing-along. Artists Elin Rombo, soprano, Jakob Högström, baryton, Peter Friis-Johansson, piano, Gregory Lloyd, organ

  • Sat 11/11 at 18.00: Colorful music for two pianos

    Sat 11/11 at 18.00: Colorful music for two pianos

    We celebrate Rachmaninov’s 150th anniversary with his Suite No. 2 for two pianos and we will have the unique opportunity to listen to Glazunov’s Symphony No. 4 arranged for two pianos by Hans-Erik Goksöyr. Program G Ph Telemann/arr Mary Howe (1681-1767/1882-1964): From the cantata ”Das ist je gewisslich wahr”  S Rachmaninov (1873-1943): Suite no 2,…

  • Sat 21/10 at 18.00: Maxed out – Clarinet musik by Bruch and Reger

    Sat 21/10 at 18.00: Maxed out – Clarinet musik by Bruch and Reger

    A maxed out concert with music by both Bruch and Reger. We hear Bruch’s Eight Pieces where he marries the clarinet and viola with the piano as a wedding officiant. After the break, we maximize our summer memories in the autumn evening with Reger’s serenade-like and elegiac clarinet quintet. Program Max Bruch, 8 Pieces for…

  • Sat 23/9 at 18.00: A Tribute to the Masters

    Sat 23/9 at 18.00: A Tribute to the Masters

    An evening with music by piano virtuosos often includes composer names such as Chopin, Liszt and Debussy, but for KVAH’s piano evening in September, the Julia Sigova has chosen the Russian masters in the field. We get music by such piano music experts as Rachmaninov, Arensky, Medtner and Prokofiev, topped with parts of Tchaikovsky’s Years.…

  • FESTIVAL 17-20 August 2023: Schubert – and more!

    FESTIVAL 17-20 August 2023: Schubert – and more!

    Every year our artistic director Bengt Forsberg convenes musician friends for four rich and varied concerts. This year’s focus is Schubert. Some of Sweden’s leading instrumentalists will perform a mix of works ranging from piano solos to his wonderful Octet. One extra-long concert on Saturday is inspired by the “Schubertiades”, where a larger number of…

  • 20230520 Flute and piano – a journey of discovery

    20230520 Flute and piano – a journey of discovery

    Laura Michelin, flute, and Bengt Forsberg, piano. Program Sigfrid Karg-Elert (1877-1933): Sonatina for flute and piano op. 121 Charles Koechlin (1867-1950): Sonata, flute and piano, op. 52                Francis Poulenc (1899-1963): Sonata for flute and piano Carl Nielsen  (1865-1931): The fog is lifting. From The Mother, op. 41