and peace on earth …

December is a lovely but also stressful month, so we all need to make time for some quiet contemplation and beauty. That’s why CAMERATA’s popular performance of Handel’s Messiah is an indispensable part of Christmas for both the cast and the Copenhagen concert audience on the last days before Christmas.

This is the second year Swedish conductor Sofia Söderberg will be conducting Handel’s wonderful and dramatic story about Jesus’ birth, life and death. The soloists are soprano Susanna Stern, alto Anna Einarsson, tenor Rasmus Gravers Nielsen and bass Jakob Högström.

It will be an atmospheric experience, and a sweet respite before Christmas.

Concerts thursday 19th, Saturday 21st and Sunday 22nd December at 7.30 pm in Holmen Church.
Buy tickets at  PolitikenPlus or ticketmaster.dk

Koncerts, lectures and a tour

This fall, CAMERATA will travel to New York and New England, but before we leave, our Danish audience can enjoy both an exciting concert focusing on the oldest choral music in Scandinavia, and a lecture on Nordic choral tradition.

October 11th – 27th, 2019, CAMERATA Chamber Choir will tour New York, New Haven, Boston and Vermont, presenting the american public for the beautiful, unique mood in Nordic a-cappella music. We perform at the New York early music festival 2019, spreads Nordic atmosphere at the Scandinavian Cultural Center in Boston and gives lectures with live music performances for the Columbia and Yale music students, among many other activities.

Of course, our Copenhagen audience should also experience this. So, Sunday, October 6th there is a beautiful autumn concert with early music in modern interpretations at Esajas Church, and on Tuesday the 8th our conductor Sofia Söderberg gives an exciting lecture on Nordic choir music at the conservatory, with lots of live musical examples provided by CAMERATA.

Thank you to the Augustinus Foundation, William Demant Foundation and Knud Højgaards Foundation for invaluable financial support for the trip.