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Johannes Geworkian Hellman & Clara Guldberg Ravn – Long live the hurdy-gurdy! - the virtuoso Middle Ages

Photo: ©Sona Hellman

Saturday 4 June 2016 12:00 - 13:00 The Stockholm Cathedral Parish Hall

All light on the hurdy gurdy – the instrument which jokingly is called the "medieval syntheseizer" and just after the Middle Ages and High Baroque experiences a new heyday in our days.

With the hurdy gurdy as his voice, Johannes Geworkian Hellman is a passioinated musician with a strong expression who loves to share the music with his audience. Despite his young age his name is already famous worldwide.

Recorder player Clara Guldberg Ravn is a guest performer.  


Ticket prices: 120 SEK. Admission: 15 minutes before the concert.