What does music from heaven sound like? The Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra’s brilliant brass and percussion musicians are centre stage in a concert where André Jolivet’s Fanfares pour Britannicus from 1946 meets Tōru Takemitsu’s dreamily poetic Signals from Heaven. The concert is crowned by Aaron Copland’s fanfare, written for the centenary of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and Richard Strauss’ effervescent fanfare dedicated to the Vienna Philharmonic – all led by conductor Andreas Hanson.
Radio Producer Carrie Budelman
Mixing Engineer Johan Hyttnäs
Broadcast Technician Swedish Radio P2 Peter Flodby
Video Director Karl Thorson
Score Supervisor Jan B Larsson
Web Editor Ulrica Stjernqvist
Lighting Director Rickard Gabrielsson
Text Editor Hedvig Ljungar
Project Manager, Play Karl Thorson
Project Manager, Web Ulrica Stjernqvist
Production Manager Henrik Nilsson
Regarding Chromecast via iPhone
You can use Chromecast for the broadcasts on Berwaldhallen Play from computers and Android phones, but not if you play the concert from Apple’s iPhone. This is due to built-in limitations in the iPhone. If you want to see our concerts on a TV and have an iPhone, Apple’s own transfer technology (AirPlay) via an Apple TV works well.