Helsingborg Symphony Orchestra Of Sweden

  • 04:00 PM
  • Concert Hall at Lehman College
  • 718.960.8833


Stefan Solyom Principal Conductor and Artistic Advisor

$25 General Admission
Kids up to 12 and Seniors $10 all seats

The Helsingborg Symphony Orchestra is one of Sweden’s oldest Symphony Orchestras – founded in 1912. Today it consists of 51 musicians and gives about 75 concerts a year in Helsingborg and around southern Sweden. Since 1988 the HSO has been on a number of tours abroad, visiting among other countries France, Germany, Austria, Poland, the USA and Spain with great success. In 1991 Okku Kamu took over the post as principal conductor after Hans-Peter Frank, and over the last few years the orchestra has experienced a strong growth in audiences.
All-Beethoven Program:
Egmont Overture, Op. 84
Violin Concerto in D Major, Op. 61 – Catherine Manoukian, Violin Soloist
Symphony No. 3, Op. 55



Flash mob by Helsingborg Symphony Orchestra at the Central station
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