City Beat: Christmas concerts

2010-12-13. Published in What's Going On?
by Sanna

The days in December are passing by.  In Sweden December means glögg, Lucia, Christmas candlesticks in every window, Christmas calander on TV and gingerbreads, but also Christmas concerts. Below I present three alternatives for those of you who want to get more of the Swedish Christmas feeling.

If you prefer a classical concert, why not visit the beautiful church Domkyrkan to listen to the tunes of a noble choir and a string quintet? The two Gustavi choirs are performing a few times per year, during  morning services and other concerts. They are mostly singing accapella, but this night they will perform together with a string quintet. The concert will be held in Domkyrkan, December 18, 17:00.

Price: 70-120 kr. Buy you ticket here.

Sing-a-long-julsång is a second alternative if you want to experience a Swedish Christmas concert before going back home. In this event the audience is responsible for the singing, in interplay with the Christmas orchestra. The concert is led by Åsa and Ulf Nordberg, who will entertain you during a night in Kungsbacka theatre. It is going to happen in December 18, 19:00

Price: 120-230. Buy your ticket here.

The Christmas concert of 2010 "Vår Jul" (or "Our Christmas") promise popular singers and Christmas tradition. You can expect an exemplary Swedish line up including Måns Zelmerlöw, a former Idol participant and pop artist, as well as Sanna Nielsen who got her national break as 11 years old, and has been touring around Sweden and competing in the Swedish Song Contest since then.  The concert will be held in Lisebergshallen December 18, 20:00.

Price: 460-520 kr. Book your ticket here.


/ Sanna, team 2010