Sigurjón Ólafsson Museum

Tuesday July 10th
at 20:30

Robert Rogers, Ellen Lang, Constance Green and Irwin Reese
Live from New York with members of the Metropolitan Opera Chorus NY, Constance Green soprano, Ellen Lang mezzo, Irwin Reese tenor, and pianist Robert Rogers. Program includes American musical theatre selections from Brigadoon, Kern's Roberta and The Cat and the Fiddle, One Touch of Venus. Also American opera selections from Trouble in Tahiti, and Porgy and Bess.   Program   Press release
Tuesday July 17th
at 20:30

Scott McLemore, Sunna Gunnlaugs and Þorgrímur Jónsson
Jazz pianist Sunna Gunnlaugs leads a trio with Scott McLemore on drums and Þorgrímur Jónsson on acoustic bass. The trio performs Sunna's compositions, old and new, which combine the elegance of the European approach with a more fiery American-sounding rhythm section, proving that jazz can have a wider appeal without losing integrity.   Program   Press release
Tuesday July 24th
at 20:30

Ingibjörg Guðjónsdóttir, Einar Jóhannesson and Valgerður Andrésdóttir
Trio Varioso. Ingibjörg Guðjónsdóttir soprano, Einar Jóhannesson clarinet and Valgerður Andrésdóttir piano. Music by Johann W. Kalliwoda, Laszló Draskóczy, Franz Schubert and the Icelandic composers Hafliði Hallgrímsson and Jón Þórarinsson.   Program   Press release
Sunday July 29th
at 20:30

Extra concert

Þóra Einarsdóttir, Björn Jónsson and Anna Áslaug Ragnarsdóttir
Songs of Evenings and Mornings. Þóra Einarsdóttir sopano, Björn Jónsson tenor and Anna Áslaug Ragnarsdóttir piano. Works by Robert Schumann, Richard Strauss and Edward Grieg.   Program   Press release   A4-poster
Tuesday July 31st
at 20:30
Guðrún Dalía Salómonsdóttir piano. Compositions by Johann Sebastian Bach, Wolfgang A. Mozart, Snorri Sigfús Birgisson, Frederic Chopin and Robert Schumann.   Program   Press release
Tuesday August 7th
at 20:30
Signý Sæmundsdóttir soprano and Gerrit Schuil piano. French music by Maurice Ravel, Henri Duparc and Erik Satie.   Program   Press release
Tuesday August 14th
at 20:30
Gunnar Kvaran cello and Elísabet Waage harp. Premiere of 'Visions Fugitives' by John Speight. Program also includes Sonata by Antonio Vivaldi, Arpeggione Sonata by Franz Schubert and Vocalise by Sergei Rachmaninoff.   Program   Press release
Tuesday August 21st
at 20:30
Hafdís Vigfúsdóttir flute and Kristján Karl Bragason piano. Music by the French composers Pierre Sancan, Jean River, Olivier Messiaen, Frédéric Chopin, Philippe Gaubert and Charles-Marie Widor.   Program   Press release
Tuesday August 28th
at 20:30
Duo Stemma. Violist Herdís Anna Jónsdóttir and percussionist Steef van Oosterhout perform works for Marimba, Viola, percussion and Húsafell´s Stone Harp which were dedicated to the Duo by the Icelandic composers Snorri Sigfús Birgisson, Áskell Másson and Sveinn Lúðvík Björnsson. Also melodies by Atli Heimir Sveinsson and Icelandic Folk songs. Program   Press release
Tuesday September 4th
at 20:30

Auður Hafsteinsdóttir, Mona Sandström and Bryndís Halla Gylfadóttir
Trio Nordica. Auður Hafsteinsdóttir violin, Mona Sandström piano and Bryndís Halla Gylfadóttir cello. Piano trio by Elfrida Andrée, The Dumky Trio by Dvorak and two trios by Piazzolla.   Program   Press release
Tuesday September 11th
at 20:30

Hlíf Sigurjónsdóttir and Julia MacLaine
The Islanders. Hlíf Sigurjónsdóttir violin and Julia MacLaine cello. Sonata for violin and cello by Maurice Ravel, Boat People - a new piece by James Blachly and the premier of "The Mask" - Duo for Violin and Cello by Jónas Tómasson.   Program   Press release

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