Now it begins!

Now it begins. Family concert based on music from Swedish children's TV series.

24–26 May 2013


See some photos from the show Nu börjar det!


This family concert on the Main Stage is full of song and music from Swedish children's TV series from the last 50 years. Decade by decade, we travel from the 60s (Anita och Televinken) to today (Wild Kids), also visiting popular shows such as Trolltider, Fem myror är fler än fyra elefanter and Trazan och Banarne. The music is composed by J S Bach, Gullan Bornemark, Robert Broberg, Jojje Wadenius, Bengt Hallbarg, Björn Isfält, Thomas Lindahl and Jean-Paul Wall.

With the Göteborg Opera Orchestra, the Children's Choir and Soloists.


Child-friendly menu in the restaurant


Before the performance of Nu börjar det! the restaurant will serve a children's menu as well as the regular à la carte menu for adults.

The children's menu costs SEK 69 and includes one of the following two choices:

  • Meatballs in gravy, mashed potato and lingon jam.
  • Crumbed and fried plaice with boiled potatos and remoulade sauce.

All children who order from the children's menu will also receive an ice-cream for dessert.


See some rehearsal photos from
Nu börjar det!

Listen

Playing: The Pling & Plong Song, Robert Broberg

EMI Music Sweden AB, 2009

Information

Family concert based on music from Swedish children's TV series.

  • Genre: Concert
  • Season: 2012/2013
  • premiere: 24 May 2013
  • Last show: 26 May 2013
  • Location:

    Main Stage.

  • Length: 2 hours including 1 interval.

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Takes part

Concept and direction   Mia Ringblom Hjertner
Conductor   Alexander Hansson
Music Arrangement   Sven Fridolfsson
Soloist   Karolin Funke
Soloist   Lars Hjertner
Soloist   Hanna Brehmer
Soloist   Tobias Ahlsell
Dancer   Uta Güttler
Dancer   Monica Milocco
The Göteborg Opera Lady Chorus
The Göteborg Opera Orchestra
The Göteborg Opera Children Chorus
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