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Twelfth Day concert

Twelfth Day at Berwaldhallen means gala, glamour and classical entertainment across a generous array of genres. Feast on the cream of the crop with a customarily surprising and luxurious concert programme that assuredly will bring back life to frozen, wintry souls. This year Sarah Dawn Finer invites the world famous artists Malin Byström and Peter Mattei to a stunning performance with everything from opera to ballad.


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Participants

 

The Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra serves as a symphony orchestra for the whole of Sweden. Regardless of where you live you can listen to the orchestra’s concerts through the Swedish Radio’s broadcasts or on their website, and several concerts are also shown on Swedish Television. The Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra is one of the best and most versatile orchestras in Europe – perhaps even in the world. Every year they perform well-loved works from the classical repertoire as well as new music by exciting contemporary composers such as Victoria Borisova-Ollas, Magnus Lindberg and Unsuk Chin. In addition they perform music from popular films and computer and video games and collaborate with leading jazz, pop and rock artists in a constant endeavour to develop and to break new ground.

With appearances at prestigious venues such as the Metropolitan in New York, Teatro alla Scala in Milan, Covent Garden in London and the Salzburg Festival, Peter Mattei has positioned himself at the very highest level among international singers. In the spring of 2019, he performed the title role in Mozart’s Don Giovanni at both the Wiener Staatsoper and the Metropolitan Opera. Recently he toured with Schubert’s Winterreise and he appeared in the title role of Tchaikovsky’s Eugen Onegin at Opernhaus Zürich and as Amfortas in Wagner’s Parsifal at the Metropolitan and the Paris Opera. His great concert repertoire includes works such as Sibelius’s Kullervo, Bach’s Passions and Brahm’s Ein deutsches Requiem.

Amelie Borg

Lilly Zetterberg

Philip Sundset Granat

Pontus Sundset Granat

Concert length: 2 h incl. intermission

In collaboration with the Swedish Television (SVT).
The concert will be broadcasted on SVT Chanel 2 on January 5, 19.00.