Harvest concert on Nørrebro

autumn_landscapeWhether you feel that you have had your fill of summer or not, we have to face the fact that the cold and the dark are taking over. According to the calendar, autumn on the northern hemisphere begins officially on 23rd of September. Nonetheless, fortunately, every season has its special beauty, so join us when The Copenhagen Chamber Choir CAMERATA welcomes the beautiful harvest season on September 23, 7:30 PM at Simeon’s Church on Nørrebro. 

The concert repertoire will be full of the joy, melancholy and beautiful Nordic choral sounds of contemporary composers such as Bo Holten and Gunnar Eriksson and beloved coral classics by Hugo Alfvén, Carl Nielsen, Benjamin Britten and Edvard Elgar.

Night at the Museum

Glyptoteket
Thursday night, The Copehagen Chamber Choir CAMERATA will be singing among mummies and marble busts,  when we perform at The Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek evening event Slow – En aften om det glemte.

Thursday 6th September 5 – 10 pm the renowned old museum opens its doors for a special experience. Throughout the evening, skilled experts and researchers take a dive into the collection and the way art has been used to write and rewrite history.

The museum offers tours, lectures, conversations, music and cold beer. The evening ends with a performance by CAMERATA, where we will perform Bo Holtens beautiful choral work, “A time for Everyting” and a preview of our autumn project “A fragile peace” in remembrance of the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I.

The concert starts at 21.15 at Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek. Entrance to the museum 115 kr.