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Foto: Mats Lundqvist
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Hannah Holgersson. Foto: Thorleif Robertsson


Film and music that highlight the current environmental concerns and the relationship human/nature.

Wednesday August 23rd at 19.00 Berwaldhallen                              

Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra
Swedish Radio Choir
Hannah Holgersson
, soprano
Hayk Hakobyan,
Esa-Pekka Salonen, conductor

ANDERS HILLBORG: Aeterna, first performance    

Duration: 1 h 30 mins (no interval)
No late admission

Mini seminar 18.00: Matilda Valman, researcher at Stockholm Resilience, about international cooperation in the Baltic Sea region.

Concert introduction 18.15: Boel Adler.

After the Concert there will be a talk between Jan Eliasson, diplomat, and professor Johan Rockström, head of Stockholm Resilience Centre.

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One of the aims of the Festival is to highlight the important environmental issues. Anders Hillborg’s new work for choir and orchestra Aeterna is a collaboration with the film-makers Fredrik Wenzel and Jesper Kurlandsky. During the concerts a work-in-progress version of the feature film Aeterna will be shown. A contemplative odyssey of sound and vision that portrays our future in a thought-provoking manner. The music is first performed by the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra, the Swedish Radio Choir and Hannah Holgersson, led by Esa-Pekka Salonen.

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