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Kulturnatta: Shostakovich 10 and more


During Kulturnatta the building Artisten will be alive with artistic expressions by the students: Organ concerts, folk- and world music, jazz and improvisation. The academy's chamber choir wil give a concert and there will be a saxophone equipped DJ present. And much more! Free admission and no tickets required to everything except the first performance of the evening: Sjostakovitj 10, a concert with University of Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra.

Sjostakovitj 10:
Sjöströmsalen 6 pm
Bedrich Smetana: Overture to The Bartered Bride
Malcolm Arnold: Flute Concerto
Dmitri Shostakovich: Symphony No. 10
University of Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra
Conductor: Joana Mallwitz, soloist: Eloise Kendall, flute

Joana Mallwitz is the musical director at the Erfurt Theatre. She is now performing with the University of Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra for the first time. Eloise Kendall won the annual orchestra master's programme's soloist audition and appears here in Malcolm Arnold's flute concerto.

Date: 10/13/2017

Time: 5:30 PM - 10:15 PM

Categories: Music

Organizer: Högskolan för scen och musik

Location: Artisten, Fågelsången 1
Sjöströmsalen, A301

Contact person: evenemang@hsm.gu.se

Ticket categories

40 sek: Most of all evening events as well as weekend and day events

100 sek (regular fee), 60 sek (students, pupils from 12 years, retirees): Orchestra concerts and Christmas shows

150 sek (regular fee), 100 sek (students, pupils from 12 years, retirees): Opera: A Century in Two Acts (Premiere 8 Dec 2017)

Free tickets: Children under the age of 12 as well as school classes

Free entrance, no tickets needed: All lunch-time events


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