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European Day of Early Music

Central Station Stockholm: – A full day with early music!

Friday 21 March 2014 10:00 - 18:00 Stockholm Central Station

For the first time in Swedish history will Central Station Stockholm be filled with early music during a whole day! The second edition of European Day of Early Music will be celebrated Friday 21 March with a performance every half hour between 10 AM och 5.30 PM. A number of Swedish early music musicians and artists will appear on stage and several  organizers from the early music industry will be in place. Don´t miss this opportunity, stop for a moment and listen when you are on your way to or from work! This will also be the release day for tickets concerning the XIII SEMF summer festival (4-8 June 2014) - take the opportunity to book your SEMFestival pass or tickets for your favorite consert, en passant! 

European Day of Early Music on Central Station Stockholm is an arrangement by Stockholm Early Music Festival in cooperation with REMA (European Early Music Network), EBU (European Broadcasting Union) and under the patronage of UNESCO

European Day of Early Music will be streamed live through REMA.

PROGRAMME

10 am        Inauguration speech by MADELEINE SJÖSTEDT, Vice Mayor for Culture and Real Estate of the City of Stockholm

10.10 am   Drottningholms Baroque Ensemble

10.30 am   Drottningholms Baroque Ensemble

11 am        The Little Academy (dir. Mark Tatlow)

11.30 am   The Romeo & Juliet Choir

12 noon     Per Gross, recorder and Leif Karlsson, percussion

12.30 noon Per Gross, recorder and Leif Karlsson, percussion

1 pm            Pied en l'air (baroque dance)

1.30 pm       Pied en l'air (baroque dance)

2 pm            Christina Larsson Malmberg, soprano and Anna Paradiso, harpsichord

2.30 pm       The Swedish Early Music Society´s string ensemble

3 pm            The Royal College of Music teacher´s ensemble: Dan Laurin recorder, Ann Wallström violin and Mayumi Kamata, harpsichord

3.30 pm       The Royal College of Music teacher´s ensemble: Dan Laurin recorder, Ann Wallström violin and Mayumi Kamata, harpsichord

4 pm            Speech by Ms KERSTIN LUNDMAN, Deputy Secretary-General of the Swedish National Commission for UNESCO

4.10 pm        The Royal College of Music student´s ensemble: Elin Nilsson baroque violin, Jana Langenbruch recorder, Stina Petterson, baroque cello, Andrea Ravandoni, viola

4.30 pm         The Royal College of Music student´s ensemble: Elin Nilsson baroque violin, Jana Langenbruch, recorder, Stina Petterson, baroque cello, Andrea Ravandoni viola

5 pm               Ensemble Villancico (dir Peter Pontvik)

5.30 pm          Ensemble Villancico (dir Peter Pontvik)