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This 1914 church is a well-known sea navigation landmark in Gothenburg and a great example of the National Romantic style. Splendid viewpoint. The Architect is Sigfrid Ericsson.
Opened in 1909, Vasa Church is a monumental building in the new romantic style with decorative detail in the Jugendstil.
A neo-Gothic style church opened in 1893. Designed by Helgo Zettervall.
The German church, also called Christinae church, is located in central Gothenburg near the moat. The church was named after Gustav II Adolf’s daughter, Queen Kristina. It was inaugurated in 1748.
The church opened in 1826, and was named after King Karl XIV Johan, who visited the nearby porter brewery a few years before the church was completed.
The church, designed by Theodor Wallin, opened in 1910. It host church services as well as events and concerts.
Conducted by Inese P Johansson, Göteborgs Gosskör sing wonderful Christmas songs. Samuel Eriksson plays the organ.
Evergreens and jazz tones with saxophonist and world artist Johan Stengård together with pianist Ulf Esborn.
Tickets for the benefit of the activities of Hagakyrkan's Young Choirs.
Anders Berglund embarks on a Christmas tour in churches and concert halls throughout Sweden, along with the musical star Emmi Christensson and star the violinist Christian Svarfvar.
Launching new star Debbie Louise with Magnus Johansson, Marcos Ubeda and Guldhedskyrkans Chamber Choir.
The city of Gothenburg was founded by King Gustav II Adolf in 1621. A church was built on the same ground as where the cathedral stands today. The church was dedicated in 1633 and named Gustavi kyrka after the king who, in the previous year, had fell in the battle of Lützen. It got its status as cathedral in 1665 and was then renamed Gustavi Domkyrka, called Domkyrkan.
The church opened in 1859, it was designed by Adolf W. Edelsvärd. The church hosts concerts and events as well as church services.
This year's vocalist is Jeanette Köhn, she will fill the Cathedral with beautiful singing with Brunnsbo Music Classes.
This year, Änglaljus celebrate their 25th anniversary. As you walk towards the church you are met by outdoor candles, beautifully creating atmosphere in the winter darkness. By the entrance, you are greeted by children with gingerbreads.
Enjoy the Swedish custom of a candlelit Lucia choir performing in white gowns. As of last year, young singers from Hvitfeldtska Upper Secondary Highschool take up the tradition in Gothenburg.
After several acclaimed musical concerts, it is now time for Canto's traditional Christmas concert in Annedalskyrkan.
Helena Ek, soprano, Jeanette Eriksson, violin, Jonas Simonsson, flute, Mikael Fridén, accompaniment. Conductors Petter Ekberg and Ulrika Melin Lasson.
Cantorum's traditional Advent concert in Vasakyrkan. The concert features Cantorum's men's choir who are joined by the Göta Par Bricoles Sångkör. Thus, there will be some 80 male voices among the powerful vaults.
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