C016 Stockholm Chamber Brass

C016 Stockholm Chamber Brass

Stockholm Chamber Brass

Plus d'information

(Malheureusement ce texte n'existe pas en français.)

Stockholm Chamber Brass (SCB) was founded
in 1985 by five young Swedes, originally only
to rehearse brass chamber music together.
However, in 1988 with funding from the Royal
Swedish Academy of Music, SCB decided
to travel to Narbonne, France, for their first
public engagement at the International
Competition for Brass Quintets. The group
went on to win 1st Prize and so began its
nearly 30 year career as one of the leading
Brass Ensembles in the world.

SCB have always been committed to
developing new and original repertoire for
brass quintet. They have now commissioned
over 40 compositions, many of which have
gone on to become the most frequently
performed original works for brass quintet
around the world. Notable composers to write
for the group include Anders Hillborg, Sven
David Sandström, Eino Tamberg and Piers

To date, the ensemble has recorded 6 critically
acclaimed CDs including the classics of the
quintet genre, to a CD of commissions and
their most recent album THEN, a collection
of songs and dances from the renaissance
era. The American Record Guide wrote of the
album Clockworks: “I cannot imagine that a
better brass quintet has ever existed”.

SCB regularly perform around the world,
playing in major festivals such as the Bad
Kissingen Sommer, Schleswig-Holstein,
Budapest International and Soundstream
(Toronto) Festivals. They are passionate
educators and regularly give masterclasses
to the next generation of brass musicians.
In 2015 SCB were delighted to be invited to
become the Brass Quintet in Residence at
the prestigious Sibelius Academy Helsinki,

Away from SCB, the members are regular
soloists in their own right and have been prize
winners at international solo competitions
including the ARD-Wettbewerb, ICEM
Geneve, Toulon, Markneukrichen and Aeolus
International Competition for wind.


Programm :
Anders Hillborg
– Brass Quintet
Tielman Susato
– Dansereye
Viktor Evald
– Quintet N°3
Igor Stravinsky
– Three Dances from A Soldiers Tale
Robert Schumann
– From Liederkreis op. 39
Sven David Sandström
– Heavy Metal

Urban Agnas & Tom Poulson :
Annamia Larsson :
French Horn
Jonas Bylund :
Sami Al Fakir :

Partager cette information

Adresse et carte


Afficher sur la carte
Date(s) et horaire(s)


Samedi, 11/03/2017

Ajouter à mon calendrier
prix d'entrée

9€ (jeune)
17€ (adulte)


11/03/2017 20h00
Vente Internet à partir du 1 septembre 2016
Réservation seulement par carte commande le mois d'août 2016
Kulturpass € 1,50 réservation en caisse

Sélectionnez la recherche avancée:

événements / adresses

connect with culture