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2013 Nobel Prize Concert

Riccardo Muti conducted the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra in a programme comprising Verdi’s “Le quattro stagioni” from Act III of I vespri siciliani (the Sicilian Vespers), Martucci’s Notturno Op. 70:1 and Respighi’s Pines of Rome.

Riccardo Muti conducting the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra at the 2013 Nobel Prize Concert Ray Chen

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2012 Nobel Prize Concert

The conductor for the 2012 Nobel Prize Concert, Christoph Eschenbach, is one of the greatest of our age. The soloist was the young violinist Ray Chen. Maestro Eschenbach conducted the Stockholm Royal Philharmonic Orchestra in a programme comprising of Beethoven's Egmont Overture, Bruch's violin concerto and Mahler's first symphony.

Christoph Eschenbach Ray Chen
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2011 Nobel Prize Concert

Tenor Joseph Calleja, featured soloist at the 2011 Nobel Prize Concert, at the Stockholm Concert Hall. Joseph Calleja's voice is often compared to Jussi Björling's. The 2011 Nobel Laureates and members of the Royal family listen to arias from Italian and French operas. Tenor Joseph Calleja and Conductor Marcello Mottadelli receive applause after the Nobel Prize Concert.

2011 Nobel Prize Concert

Joseph Calleja, tenor
Marcello Mottadelli, conductor
The Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra

Program

Giuseppi Verdi: Overture, I vespri siciliani
Giuseppi  Verdi: Forse la soglia attinse ... Ma se m’è forza perderti
Giuseppi Verdi: O figli, o figli miei! – Ah, la paterna mano
Giacomo Puccini: La tregenda
Giacom Puccini: Recondita armonia
Giacomo Puccini: E lucevan le stelle
Pietro Mascagni: Intermezo
Ruggero Leoncavallo: Intermezzo
Pietro Mascagni: Mamma, quel vino è generoso
Giuseppi Pietri: Io conosco un giardino
Camille Saint-Saëns: Dance macabre
Jules Massenet: Ah tout est bien fini ...
Jules Massenet: O souverain, ô juge, ô père
Jules Massenet: Pourquoi me réveiller

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2010 Nobel Prize Concert

Joshua Bell with his Gibson Stradivarius, one of the world's great violins. Sakari Oramo conducted the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra. Joshua Bell, featured guest soloist for the 2010 Nobel Prize Concert.

2010 Nobel Prize Concert

Joshua Bell, violin
Sakari Oramo, conductor
The Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra

Program

Ludwig van Beethoven: Leonore Overture No. 3
Pyotr Tchaikovsky: Violin Concerto in D major
Jean Sibelius: Symphony No. 5 E-flat major

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2009 Nobel Prize Concert

Pianist Martha Argerich at the 2009 Nobel Prize Concert. Conductor Yuri Temirkanov, Music Director and Principal Conductor for the Saint Petersburg Philharmonic, and the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra. The 2009 Nobel Laureates at the Nobel Prize Concert.

2009 Nobel Prize Concert

Martha Argerich, piano
Yuri Temirkanov, conductor
The Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra

Program

Dimitry Shostakovich: Festive Overture
Maurice Ravel: Piano Concerto G major
Sergey Prokofiev: Suite from Romeo and Juliet


2008 Nobel Prize Concert

Sir John Eliot Gardiner conducting the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra. The Monteverdi Choir, together with the Eric Ericson Chamber Choir, performed at the concert. Sir John Eliot Gardiner and the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra.

2008 Nobel Prize Concert

Sir John Eliot Gardiner, conductor
The Monteverdi Choir
The Eric Ericson Chamber Choir
The Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra
Soloists: Miah Persson, soprano, Ann Hallenberg, alto, Helge Rönning, tenor, Peter Mattei, bass

Program

Antonìn Dvorák: Symphony No. 7 d minor
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Mass in c minor


2007 Nobel Prize Concert

Pianist Lang Lang, soloist at the 2007 Nobel Prize Concert. Vladimir Ashkenazy conducting the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra. Lang Lang and Vladimir Ashkenazy at the Nobel Prize Concert.

2007 Nobel Prize Concert

Lang Lang, piano
Vladimir Ashkenazy, conductor
The Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra

Program

Richard Wagner: Prelude to The Mastersingers of Nuremberg
Wilhelm Stenhammar: Poco allegretto from Late Summer Nights
Robert Schumann: Widmung
Maurice Ravel: Daphnis et Chloé suite No. 2
Sergey Rachmaninov: Piano Concerto No. 2 c minor


2006 Nobel Prize Concert

World renowned soloist soprano Renée Fleming. Lawrence Renes, conductor. The 2006 Nobel Laureates at the Nobel Prize Concert.

2006 Nobel Prize Concert

Renée Fleming, soprano
Lawrence Renes, conductor
The Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra

Program

Richard Strauss: Don Juan
Richard Strauss: Morgen, mittag um elf!, from Capriccio
Giuseppi Verdi: Overture, from La Forza del Destino
Giuseppi Verdi: Tacea la notte placida ... di tale amor, from Il Trovatore
Giacomo Puccini: Intermezzo, from Manon Lescaut
Giacomo Puccini: O mio babbino caro, from Gianni Schicchi
Giacomo Puccini: Vissi d’arte, from Tosca
Leonard Bernstein: Overture, from Candide
George Gershwin: Summertime, from Porgy and Bess
Cole Porter: So in Love, from Kiss Me Kate
Frederick Loewe: I Could Have Danced All Night, from My Fair Lady


2005 Nobel Prize Concert with Yo-Yo Ma

2005 Nobel Prize Concert

2005 Nobel Prize Concert

Yo-Yo Ma, cello
Sakari Oramo, conductor
The Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra
The Silk Road Ensemble

Program

Byambasuren Sharav: Legend of Herlen
Igor Stravinsky: The Firebird Suite
Antonín Dvorák: Cello Concerto B minor

 

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