Events 2024

God Save the Queen!

Tuesday 5 March, 13.00
Kyrkeruds Folkhögskola 

Flauguissimo Duo 

Yu-Wei Hu, flute
Johan Löfving, theorbo & guitar

Johan and Yu-Wei return with their exciting repertoire and unique instruments. This time they take you back to the streets and salons of London to imagine what this splendid city may have sounded like in centuries gone by. 

Free Entry!

Family Concert

Tuesday 5 March, 18.00
Arvika Library  

Emily Atkinson, soprano
Flauguissimo Duo

Wermland Early Music Festival invites you to an informal evening of music-making and storytelling. Our first concert in Arvika this year, we hope to inpire you to discover some of the most fascinating music from the olden days! Join some of our festival artists when they introduce their instruments in an engaging, family-friendly way. 

Free Entry!


Wednesday 6 March, 18.00

Arvika Konsthall

Mime Brinkmann, cello

Duo SolRoos
Emelie Roos, recorder
Dohyo Sol, lute

Let your imagination run free through time and space when the music of Bachmeets the artists in behinds the exhibition 'Void'. A woonderful chance to experince the marriage of sound and imagery first-hand with some of Sweden's most sought-afterearly musicians.   

Free Entry! (Donation recommended)

The Forest of Mythical Breezes

Thursday 7 March, 18.00
Rackstad Museum


Emily Atkinson, soprano
Yu-Wei Hu, flute
Magdalena Loth-Hill, violin
Mime Brinkmann, cello
Masumi Yamamoto, harpsichord
Johan Löfving, theorbo & baroque  guitar
Steven  Player,  dance

Flauguissimo brings new life to the mythical creatures of antiquity through this semi-staged drama of French baroque repertoire. From Diana’s bath in Acteon and the chase of Pan and Syrinx to the Grande Entrée of Apollo himself, we finally unite: gods and humans alike in the Dionysian fervor of Les Indes galantes! 


Friday 8 March, 6pm

Small Concert Hall, Ingesund College of Music 

Emil Duncumb, fortepiano

As one of the foremost of today's young fortepiano players, Emil is passionate about how keyboards sounded at the time of Mozart and Beethoven. In this performance, you get to experince the intimate intensity of these instruments and explore a unqiue sound world.

In collaboration with Arvika Konsertförening and Ingesund College of Music.

The Fairy Queen 

Saturday 9 March, 6pm

Large Concert Hall, Ingesund College of Music 

Students from Ingesund College of Music
Camerata Wermelandia
Carl Unander - Scharin, conductor

The Grande Finale of this year's festival is a semi-staged production of Henry Purcell's beloved opera 'The Fairy Queen', loosely based on Shakespeare's 'A Midsummernight's Dream'. Let the students of Ingesund and Camerata Wermelandia take you on a magical journey through hill and dale, celebrating love and life!

In collaboration with Arvika Konsertförening and Ingesund College of Music.

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