Nobelpris-musiken 2017

Nobel-konserten i Stockholms Konserthus, 8 december

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Symfoni nr 41 ”Jupiter”, KV 551
Richard Strauss: Also sprach Zarathustra

Kungliga Filharmonikerna
Dirigent: Gustavo Dudamel


Nobelprisutdelningen i Stockholms Konserthus, 10 december

Notera gärna att det är tredje året i rad orkestern leds av en kvinnlig dirigent – Joana Carneiro – vid Nobelprisutdelningen (2015 var Anna-Maria Helsing dirigent, 2016 Marie Rosenmir).

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: March in D Major, KV 249

Amy Beach: 2nd movement Alla siciliana from Gaelic Symphony

Johann Sebastian Bach: Aria ”Jauchzet Gott in allen Landen” from Cantata No. 51
Camilla Tilling, soprano
Joakim Agnas, trumpet

Erich Wolfgang Korngold: Liebesbriefchen
Camilla Tilling, soprano

Wilhelm Peterson-Berger: Congratulation from Frösö Flowers

Hugo Alfvén: The Queen of Sheba’s Festivity March from The Prodigal Son

The Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra
Conductor: Joana Carneiro


Nobelbanketten i Blå Hallen, Stockholms stadshus, 10 december

A Hymn to the North Inspired by the Aurora Borealis
Music and movement in three acts inspired by the nature around the Arctic Circle

act i

Lena Willemark: Den Långa Isens Kvinna
Terje Isungset: A Glimpse of Light by – Ice music

Terje Isungset, Lena Willemark, Ulla Pirttijärvi, Sebastian Ring and Musica Vitae

act ii

Lisa Långbacka: Lightwaves
Antonio Vivaldi: First movement from Winter Op. 8 No. 4 by
The dance performance Donna Winter by Ludvig Daae, choreographer

Musica Vitae, Malin Broman, Lisa Långbacka, Cullbergbaletten

act iii

Ane Brun: Undertow

Ane Brun, Johan Lindström, Sebastian Ring, Musica Vitae, Lisa Långbacka, Lena Willemark, Terje Isungset,
tenors and basses from Adolf Fredriks Kyrkas Kammarkör
Musical arrangement: Johan Lindström, Martin Schaub

act iv

Edvard Grieg: Praeludium from the Holberg Suite, Op. 40

Musica Vitae

 

Foto, Dudamel och KFO: Niklas Elmehed

 

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