- 16 mar – 13 apr 2019, The Göteborg Opera Foyer.
A few Saturdays every season, musicians and singers from the Göteborg Opera present concerts in the foyer. Free admission.
Foyer concerts start normally at 12.30pm if nothing else is stated. The café opens at 11.30am.
Information about coming concerts is published here around 2 weeks before each performance.
Saturday, 13 April
Celtic music and chamber music with Celtic background.
- Yongmei Zang-Gustafsson, Violin
- Mattias Johansson, Violin
- Martin Cederstrand, Viol
- Jani Fleivik, Cello
- Patrizia Carciani, Harpa
- Göran Österberg, Mandolin
Pieces for horn and string quartet by Mozart, Elisabeth Raum and Corrado Mari Saglietti.
- Ingrid Karlstedt, horn
- Philip Foster, horn
- Øyvor Volle, violin
- Karin Berggren, violin
- Hanne Skjelbred, viola
- Frida Bromander, cello
27 January, Beauty and horror
Preludes by Shostakovitch (op. 34). Performed by Göran Österberg (violin) and Karin Johansson (piano).
”I Crisantemi” by Puccini and ”Conte fantastique” av Caplet. Performed by Patrizia Carciani Kvensler (harp), David Bergström (violin), Lars Kvensler (violin), Emil Jonasson (viola) and Lars-Erik Persson (violoncell).
2 Dec, Franz Schubert’s Octet in F-minor
Yuki Tashiro, Karin Berggren, violin
Magnus Pehrsson, viola
Frida Bromander, cello
Mats Larsson, double bass
Tarina Lennartsson, clarinet
Gabriel Litsgård, oboe
Grégoire Nenert, horn
24 Nov, Mozart & Reicha
Music for chamber octet by W. A. Mozart and Anton Reicha.
Musicians: Øyvor Volle (violin), Karin Berggren (violin), Magnus Pehrsson (viola), Frida Bromander (cello), Frida Grinne (double bass), Geoffrey Cox (oboe), Helena Nyman Panofsky (clarinet), Philip Foster (horn), Sebastian Wagner (bassoon).
13 Oct, Swedish tones & Bulgarian vocals
The vocal ensemble Perunika sings folk songs from Bulgaria, a country with a rich tradition of folk music for female voices. The cappella arrangements are contemporary and typical of the melodic and popular choir tradition. Perunika vocal ensemble sings in Bulgarian, is based in Stockholm and led by conductor Michael Deltchev.
The concert opens with music for violin and piano by Swedish composers Ingeborg von Bronsart, Ika Peyron, Alice Tegnér and Inger Wikström. With Kristall (Karin Wiberg, violin and Lisa Fröberg piano).