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Our Classics

Powered By Emotion

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Date Location Price
30 Aug 2024 » 20:00 » Friday Eldborg | Harpa 2.900 - 7.900 kr.
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  • Program

    Gioachino Rossini William Tell, overture
    Sergej Prokofíev Montague and Capulet from Romeo et Juliet
    Jacob Gade Tango Jalousie
    Leonard Bernstein Mambo from West Side Story
    W.A Mozart Soave sia il vento from Così fan tutte
    Anna Meredith Nautilus
    Una Torfadóttir Fyrrverandi
    Ígor Stravinskíj Inferno from The Firebird
    W.A. Mozart Lacrimosa from Requiem
    Aaron Copland Fanfare for the Common Man
    Gioachino Rossini Duetto Buffo di due Gatti
    Bedřich Smetana Moldau
    Bubbi Kveðja
    Grażyna Bacewicz Oberek
    Giuseppe Verdi Dies irae from Requiem
    Sigvaldi Kaldalóns Ave María
    Ludwig van Beethoven Ode to Joy from Symphony no. 9

  • Conductor

    Bjarni Frímann Bjarnason

  • Choirs

    Mótettukórinn
    Söngsveitin Fílharmónía

  • Performers

    Agnes Thorsteins
    Bubbi Morthens
    Gunnar Björn Jónsson
    Karin Torbjörnsdóttir
    Ólafur Kjartan Sigurðarson
    Sigrún Eðvaldsdóttir
    Una Torfadóttir

  • Presenters

    Halla Oddný Magnúsdóttir
    Guðni Tómasson

Our Classics has long been a staple in the nation's musical life, where state broadcaster RÚV teams up with the Iceland Symphony Orchestra, giving the nation a chance to influence the program of this annual concert. This time, the concert is titled Powered by Emotions. The connection between music and human emotions is profound and multifaceted. Music delights us, lifts our spirits and even makes us laugh, but it also evokes melancholy, sorrow and empathy, stirs fear, anger, anxiety and even despair. This year's Our Classics is dedicated to the powerful spectrum of emotions that music holds, which each of us experience and interpret in our own way.

The program includes entertaining and captivating works that span the entire range of human emotions. Three-handkerchief arias, tension-filled notes of destiny, jubilant songs, trhilling overtures and popular works that unite generations in joy and sorrow, by composers such as Mozart, Stravinsky, Rossini, Copland, Beethoven and Bubbi Morthens. Bjarni Frímann Bjarnason conducts this musical feast, with a host of brilliant soloists performing with the Symphony Orchestra.