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Everything from pop and rock to classical music or opera are offered on stage in clubs, concert venues and outdoor stages around town. There is surely something happening every day of the week when superstars and indie musicians visit Gothenburg.
Come along on a historic journey through the popular music of Gothenburg!
What's it like to be on stage at the Gothenburg opera? That's one of the questions we asked opera singer and local Julia Sporsén ahead of the revival of Trollflöjten (The Magic Flute). She also shared a few personal tips on what to do in her hometown.
Johan Larsson, more commonly known in Gothenburg as Redtop, is one of the city's top music promoters. He runs the club venue Pustervik and is also commited to setting up a new space for music, arts and creativity in the old industrial neigbhourhood Ringön. Take a look at his city.
Every Friday, live music pops up at Twentyfourseven at 6 pm - 8 pm. Gothenburg's best upcoming singers and song writers will perform! Here you will be presented to unexpected music, jazz, folk music or live acts with body percussion. Lobby Friday sets no limits and tests new music acts every week!
With a new concert every other day or so we dare to make a promise. You will find something in the mix here that you like – no matter if it is pop, jazz or melodic death metal that makes you pump up the volume. See you in Gothenburg?
Andra Långgatans Skivhandel is Gothenburg's largest thrift store for music and movies. Here, you easily lose yourself for a few hours in their huge and well-stocked selection of vinyl, CD, DVD and Blu-ray.
With an exciting repertoire consisting of, among other things, Sjostakovijt and Kurt Weill, the Göteborg Wind Orchestra and students from the School of Music and Drama will meet and play together. The evening soloist is no less than the violinist Vlad Stanculeasa.
VIVA GBVG is the new meeting place for musicians, music organizers, business actors and music fans in western Sweden. VIVA is a music festival and a conference that explores what is happening and going on in the music world, starting from Gothenburg and Västra Götaland.
Coffee, delicious sandwiches and delightful chamber music.
Hotel Scandic Europa got a facelift and a new restaurant and bar opened here in autumn 2014. The venue is complete with a live music stage and photo gallery. You can enjoy lunch, dinner or brunch.
At the centenary celebration of Finland’s declaration of independence, Finnish Music is of course on the programme – Sibelius, Wennäkoski and Rautavaara, and both conductor, soloist and presenter has origin in our dear neighbor in the east.
The Cathedral's Choir, Gustavi Choir and Gustavi Vokalensemble with soloists. The Woodwind quintet from the Gothenburg Opera's orchestra. Organist, Lina Lindkvist. Conductor, Michael Sager.
This is a legendary jazz club with a wide repertoire. Besides live shows, Nefertiti is also home to the city's most vibrant nightclubs. On stage, you will mostly hear jazz, but also etno, hip hop, blues, soul and electronic music.
The record store Dirty Records and Cafe Santo Domingo have a joint venue at this alternative street in Gothenburg.. Here you can have a cup of organic and fair trade coffee while you browse among the record shelves. Live music every Friday.
The death metal band At the Gates from Gothenburg is one of the main headlines when Metaltown makes a comeback in March 2016. We met the vocalist Tomas Lindberg over a cup of coffee to talk about the festival and Gothenburg's melodic metal sound.
As the name suggests this is an Irish Pub. Every night it offers a selection of international food, live music , a wide selection of beer and welcoming Irish staff.
After the last visit, requests were quickly received from the audience and the orchestra: more Mahler with Eschenbach!
To her Christmas concert tour, Sissel has gathered some of the best musicians. During this night they will perform traditional Christmas songs along with American soul/gospel music.
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