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Free web concerts performed live by the Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra in the famous Gothenburg Concert Hall. Please enjoy the performances, interviews, and bonus behind the scenes material. Check back regularly for updates

2016-03-18

Joy or fear? Many have dreaded doom’s day and hoped for resurrection, the corner stones of the Christian faith. Including Gustav Mahler, who converted from Judaism to Catholicism.

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2016-04-22

The Hungarian Peter Eötvös knows Bartók as well as his own back street – his penetrating and lucid readings of Bartók’s music are awe-inspiring.

2016-04-15

After the first performance of the Concerto for Two Pianos and Orchestra with Katia and Marielle Labèque, LA Phil and Gustavo Dudamel, the two sisters bring the concerto to the Gothenburg Symphony

2016-04-28

Verve, stubbornness and joi de vivre: the initial tune of Shostakovich’s first cello concerto is haunting and one can’t but love it.

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2016-02-13

Singer-conductor Barbara Hannigan belongs to the few who seem to have it all: a lovely voice, a sense of drama, a sensibility in shaping the phrase and a strong artistic ambition.

2016-05-12

“At last!” Beethoven’s icon of a symphony never wears, but instead comes to life again and again.

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2016-04-02

A concert offering more variety than most: from Boulez’ concentrated piece for celli to Ravel’s magnificent orchestration of Mussorgsky’s Pictures at an Exhibition, and the soprano Barbara Hannigan

2016-05-26

In 1986, David Zinman did his first and so far only concert with the Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra, a performance of Beethoven’s Missa solemnis.

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6 x Charles DeRamus in Sibelius Valse Triste

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