...and the beauty of early music!Previous week was definitely a mixture of various music genres...two concerts with the 3rd Symphony of Mahler (I participated with the Eric Ericson Chamber Choir) in the Stockholm Concert Hall, the romantic Swedish and Finnish music by Rangström and Sibelius at the Parliament, and finally a baroque concert in the spirit of Purcell!
The composer Henry Purcell was the theme of the concert yesterday in the Maria Magdalena Church in Stockholm. The ensemble Notus (created 2000 by the conductor Olof Boman) performed divine hymns expressing life and death, joy and sorrow.
Instead of a big symphony orchestra as during Mahler, or a piano as during the event at the Parliament, the instruments was this time of baroque touch! Kate Hearne played the flute and the cello, Peter Lönnerberg the organ and Anders Ericson the lute. Beautiful playing by great musicians!
Kate Hearne, Peter Lönnerberg and Anders Ericson during concert!
As a soloist I had the honor singing with the two wonderful guest artists of the concert; Lars Johansson Brissman and Fredrik Strid!
Me between Lars Johansson Brissman and Fredrik Strid!
...and here with beautiful Kate Hearne!
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