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It's not always the right time to travel. But you can actually experience Gothenburg right where you are – all you need is an internet connection.
It's not always the right time to go out for a concert or a dance show. And while nothing beats a live show, you can still experience Gothenburg’s performing arts in other ways.
This year’s Nobel Week Dialogue will be an online event, placing the spotlight on learning, exploring how education, and learning in general, can help us prepare to create a better future: the future we want.
When you can't visit Gothenburg's museums in person, there are other ways to explore them. Why not take a break from Netflix and check out an exhibition? Here are a few to choose from.
Saint-Saëns’s captivating, musical depictions of wild and domestic animals are here joined by musicians from Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra, Claes Eriksson and his ingenious verses, read in Swedish.
Beethoven’s Seventh Symphony was already a success at its première in 1813, filled with energy and drama.
A symphony can hardly open in a sunnier way: warm, melodic summer winds that sweep forward in a spontaneous dance.
Who does not dream of owning these precious metals in jewelry, trophies or bars?
“A fantastic sound, full of personality and nerve.” This is what GP wrote when Peter Mattei last sang with the Symphony Orchestra.
Sibelius had achieved his international breakthrough with great success when the third symphony was written, and that joy is heard in every note – warmth, happiness and sincerity.
Ravel’s tribute to the 18th century composer Francois Couperin.
Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra’s former pianist Erik Risberg opens the door for reflection in a relaxed digital lecture on the greats of the British Empire, such as Edward Elgar, William Walton, Ethel Smyth and Benjamin Britten. The piano is of course in place, as well as pictures and orchestral recordings. The lecture is held in Swedish.
It is indeed sad that none of Schubert’s nine symphonies were performed in public during his lifetime.
In collaboration with Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra, the chamber ensemble Gageego! and the Swedish Composers’ Association, STIM has instituted a composition competition focusing on chamber music. Here is the concert with this year’s three winners. The concert is held in Swedish.
Due to prevailing circumstances and an increased spread of Covid-19 in society, the Gothenburg Film Festival will be a completely digital event.
The name à la London is inspired by all the amazing street markets in London and the wish to create the same feeling in Gothenburg.
In this award-winning building you'll meet the world and experience a mixture of international architecture, contemporary art, seriousness and exciting activities.
Here you can download our free annual guide to Gothenburg in German, French, Spanish, Italian, Chinese, English and Swedish.
Axel Arigato is a Gothenburg based fashion brand who began selling its minimalist design sneakers online in 2014. Now they’ve opened their first Gothenburg store.
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