Welcome to Scandinavia's largest classical music festival!
We are happy to present 54 classical concerts from 24 May to 22 September 2015.
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Pupils from the institute give their annual spring concert in Tivoli Concert Hall
Every year the closing concert of the Berlingske Music Competition - one of Denmark's most prestigious competitions for young musicians - is held in Tivoli Concert Hall.
22 year old Danish pianist Elisabeth Holmegaard Nielsen will play piano pieces by Scarlatti, Beethoven, Chopin and Schumann.
The Danish youth orchestra DUSIKA will play Dvorák's Symphonu No. 9 and Elgar's Cello Concerto with Jonathan Swensen as soloist.
Tchaikovsky had just been through a major life crisis, when he wrote his virtuoso violin concerto. Tonight, the music will be played by the magnificent Serbian born violinist Nemanja Radulovic. Tivoli Symphony Orchestra is led by the young Finnish conductor Santtu-Matias Rouvali.
The orchestra will play Hans Abrahamsen's Symfoni from 1974 and Dvořák's Symfoni No. 4
Hear all of Beethoven's string quartets played over the course of five afternoon concerts in Tivoli Concert Hall.
The Concert Association's Choir and Orchestra with soloists Pernille Stolting Madsen, Hjørdis Jakobsen, Linnea Lomholt, Mathias Hedegaard and Thomas Storm.
The Chamber Ensemble of the Royal Danish Academy of Music in Copenhagen will play Mozart's Gran Partita and Schönberg's Chamber Symphony No. 1.
The world renowned Danish bass, Stephen Milling, will sing Brahm’s Vier ernste Gesänge and opera arias from Mozart’s The Magic Flute, Tchaikovsky’s Eugen Onegin and Verdi’s Don Carlos.
Carl Nielsen's Symphony No. 1 and Sibelius' Violin Concerto with Kirstine Schneider as soloist.
University of Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra will perform Grieg's Peer Gynt Suite, Mozart's Sinfonia Concertante and Berlioz' major orchestral work Symphonie Fantastique
A celebration concert in honour of the two Nordic composers Carl Nielsen and Jean Sibelius
Tonight Abduraimov will perform Rachmaninov’s Second Piano Concerto, one of the most popular (and feared) piano concertos of all time.
Ensemble Esbjerg and the Danish-Armenian pianist Marianna Shirinyan will play pieces by Poulenc, Kúrtag, Schumann and the Danish composer Peter Bruun.
The Amateur Symphony Orchestra will perform music by Tchaikovsky, Wagner and Delius, as well as Richard Strauss' Vier letzte Lieder with soprano Gitta-Maria Sjöberg as soloist
Danish Chamber Players and accordionist Bjarke Mogensen will play music by the Danish composers Carl Nielsen, C.F.E. Hornemann, Vagn Holboe, Nielse W. Gade og Per Nørgård
Bruch's Violin Concerto nr. 1 and Carl Nielsen's Flute Concerto.
In 2014, when the Danish classical radio channel DR P2 made a survey on favorites classical pieces among the Danes, Mozart’s clarinet concerto went straight to the top! Here, the concerto is played by Giovanni Punzi. The Tivoli Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Perry So, will play Schumann’s Symphony No. 1.
Rødovre Concert Band celebrates the 150 year anniversary of Carl Nielsen together with mezzosoprano Francine Vis. Music by Carl Nielsen and Johan de Meij.
The Royal Danish Academy of Music Symphony Orchestra will play music by Carl Nielsen, Debussy and Ravel.
Denmark’s internationally renowned opera singer, baritone Bo Skovhus, joins forces with eminent voices from the Copenhagen Royal Chapel Choir.
Ulla Miilmann and Jens Elvekjær will play flute sonatas by Frölich, Gade and Kuhlau.
Choir music by Brahms, Schumann, Wagner og Carl Nielsen.
Two major symphonies are on tonight’s programme; Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony and Tchaikovsky’s Sixth, Pathétique. Tivoli Symphony Orchestra will be conducted by Maestro Dmitrij Kitajenko.
Adam Rapa is soloist in Ib Glindemann's concert for trumpet.
The chamber orchestra will play music by Carl Nielsen and Tchaikovsky
Six prize winners from this year's Øresund Soloist Competition will perform in Tivoli Concert Hall.
Ensemble MidtVest will play works by the French composers Caplet, Jovilet, Ravel og Saint-Säens.
Piano students will play pieces by Haydn, Rachmaninoff, Debussy, Enescu, Tchaikovsky and Scriabin.
Danish and international summer songs for choir.
The Telegraph has called him “potentially one of the greatest pianist of the 21st Century.” Jevgeny Sudbin will play Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 5.
The Tivoli Boys Guard Band will perfom music by Tivoli's first music director, H.C. Lumbye, Leonard Bernstein and Rimsky-Korsakov.
Last year, recordist Bolette Roed was awarded the prestigious Danish Critic’s Award. Tonight, Bolette and the Polish baroque ensemble Arte dei Suonatori will play “an instrumental opera”, comprised by works by concerti, sonatas and suites by composers such as Handel, Telemann and Vivaldi.
Hear Mahler's Symphony No. 1 and the Sibelius Violin Concerto played by Norwegian Henning Kraggerud.
American star tenor Lawrence Brownlee sings the part of Nemorino in a concert performance of Donizetti’s L’elisir d’amore along with star soprano Olga Peretyatko.
He is one of the most respected pianists alive, known for his thorough approach to the works of composers like Bach. Tonight, Sir András Schiff will play Bach’s Goldberg Variations. The duration of the concert is approximately 60 minutes.
Trios by Beethoven, Krása and Schubert, played by two award winning Danish ensembles.
Students from the Royal Danish Academy of Music will play chamber music pieces by Carl Nielsen.
One of the most promising young pianists at the moment, 20 year old Jan Lisiecki, will perform Chopin’s Piano Concerto No. 1. Tivoli Symphony Orchestra will be conducted by Maestro Lawrence Foster.
The Danish soprano Anne Margrethe Dahl and orchestra perform opereretta tunes by Kálmán, Strauss and Gershwin and others.
Mario Venzago will play Scriabin’s Piano Concerto, and Tivoli Symphony Orchestra will perform Ravel’s magnificent Boléro.
Singers and Wind students from Royal Danish Academy of Music join their forces and perform popular opera tunes from Dvořák's Rusalka, Bizet's Carmen and Delibe's Lakmé to name a few.
Two of the most exciting new names on today’s international opera scene will sing popular opera arias and duets.
The Italian mezzosoprano Cecilia Bartoli returns to Tivoli, this time with the baroque ensemble I Barocchisti and conductor Diego Fasolis.
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