Beacon and Percussion - Borås Symphony Orchestra

Åhaga - a place for experiences!, Borås
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In the evening's concert, school students participate in the culture schools in Sjuhärad.

They can play in two real classics, namely Schubert's unsuccessful symphony and Sibelius Finlandia.

By his death, Schubert had only orchestrated the first two bets and 20 beatings of the third. The work was then forgotten in a desk box and was erected 37 years after his death.

Jean Sibelius Finlandia was composed in 1899 and was performed in the same year with Sibelius as conductor. The work was performed under many different names because of its former political situation.

Tonight's soloist Roger Carlsson has been a percussionist in Göteborg's Symphonics since 1982 and has also had a victory as a solo plumber in the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra. A number of composers have composed music directly to him.

Aulis Sallinen's Symphony No. 2 came to 1972 after an order from Norrköping Symphony Orchestra. In the symphony, Sallinen shows that he can both be releasedand control unremitting forces. The solo percussion meeting is well integrated in the broad context. Roger has previously performed the work with Borås Symphony Orchestra 1979.

If you have not heard Roger playing or listening to Sallinen before, a celebration is celebrated.

Evening conductor Finn Rosengren is known not least after his many years as conductor at the Gothenburg Opera. Finn has become famous for his great involvement of Swedish composers through different epochs, but also as a good-time teacher with the younger musicians.

18:30 play the youngest street students in the foyer.

PROGRAM
M. Arnold - Little Suite No. 1
F. Schubert - Symphony in H-Moll, "The Unofficial"
A. Sallinen - Symphony No. 2, Symphonic dialogue for percussion and orchestra
J. Sibelius - Finlandia

Soloist:
ROGER CARLSSON, Percussion

Conductor:
FIND ROSENGREN

String Students:
BORÅSREGIONEN CULTURAL SCHOOLS

Ticketscan also be purchased on the concert day one hour before the concert at the entrance at Åhaga.

Wheelchair seat can be booked at Borås Turistbyrå, tel. 033-35 70 90. One escort is provided free of charge to persons in need of assistance.

Price information

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Regular price: 215 kr incl. service fee.

Students 18-26 years (on presentation of valid student ID) 170 SEK incl. Service fee.

Young people under 18 years of age enter for free but need a ticket to enter.