- 23 feb – 25 apr 2020, 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 at 12.30pm and take place on Saturdays if nothing else is stated. The café opens at 11.30am on Saturdays.
Information about upcoming concerts will be published here around 2 weeks before each performance.
Sunday 23 February, 12.30pm
Musicians from the Göteborg Opera perform Beethoven’s ’Septet in E-flat Major’ and ’Quintet for Oboe and String Quartet in F minor’ by Antonín Reicha.
Musicians: Geoffrey Cox, Øyvor Volle, Karin Berggren, Magnus Pehrsson, Patrik Harryson, Frida Grinne, Helena Nyman Panovsky, Sebastian Wagner, Philip Foster.
Music by Schubert, Brahms, Loewe and Wolf.
The most beautiful songs in German novel art interpreted by Anders Lorentzson, bass barytone and Ruth Pergament, piano.
Beautiful Russian romances by Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninoff, Belyayev, Bulachov, Solovjev-Sedoj, and Fomin.
With Russian tenor Nikolaj Giljov, pianist Olga Pending, and concert leader Antonina Shypotilo.
Chamber music from three centuries
Chamber music from the 18th century by Mozart (Austria), from the 20th century by Ginastera (Argentina) and from the 21st century by Saglietti (Italy).
Participating: Øyvor Volle (violin), Karin Berggren (violin), Hanne Skjelbred (viola), Patrik Harryson (violoncell), Håvard Lysebo (flute) och Philip Foster (horn).
Jubilee Concert to Sven-Eric Johansson’s memory
Pieces by Sven-Eric Johanson (1919–1997):
GöteborgsOpera’s Youth Chorus
Conducted by Ida Rosén Hamrå
Anna Lilja, soprano
Tina Ljungqvist, flute
Karin Berggren, violin
Heather Levenstein, viola
Kerstin Anderson, cello
Extract from the opera Dinize
Tiina Markkanen, soprano
Daniel Ralphsson, tenor
Mats Persson, baritone
Karin Birgersson, piano
Poulenc, Pilss & Danzi
Chamber music by Francis Poulenc, Karl Pilss and Franz Danzi.
Performing: Tina Ljungkvist (flute), Geoffrey Cox (oboe), Helena Nyman-Panofsky (clarinet), Philip Foster (horn), Sebastian Wagner (bassoon) and Rut Pergament (piano).