Polstjärneprisets Autumn festival 2022
Polstjärnepriset Autumn festival i Vänersborg
On 5 – 6 November, the National Centre for Music Talents in Vänersborg presents an Autumn Festival with classical music for all music lovers from 6 years.
International artists from Kammarmusikens Vänner (formerly Aurora Music) – Eszter Haffner (violin), Andreas Brantelid (cello), Péter Nagy (piano) and participants from Polstjärnepriset offer stunning musical experiences.
The concerts take place in Festsalen, Folkets Hus. Admission is free.
The number of seats is limited – tickets will be given out on a ‘first come, first served’ basis.
Reserve your concert tickets here
All concerts are streamed – you will find a link under each concert
Saturday 5 november
15.00 Musical stories – Family concert
Classical music can tell a story, imitate animals, express feelings and much more. The young musicians performing in this concert have made this their goal – letting the music speak. Suitable for all audiences from 6 years.
19.00 Chamber music side by side
International artists from Kammarmusikens Vänner (formerly Aurora Music) – Eszter Haffner (violin), Andreas Brantelid (cello) and Péter Nagy (piano) perform together with some of the Nordic countries’ top classical music talents.
Sunday 6 november
15.00 Polstjärneprisets Polstjärnepriset Winner’s Concert
”Pinpointing how it feels is hard. I’m touched. Maybe a bit shocked.”
Those were the words of trombonist Lukas Flink from Malmö after winning Polstjärnepriset 2022, Sweden’s most important competition for young classical musicians. Meet him and participants from Polstjärnepriset 2023 with the top talents from all the Nordic countres at this concert, co-produced with Vänersborgs Musikförening.
19.00 Chamber music and soloists
International artists from Kammarmusikens Vänner – Eszter Haffner (violin), Andreas Brantelid (cello) and Péter Nagy (piano) round off the festival with Beethoven’s Piano Trio no ??, and talented soloists from Polstjärnepriset – Nordic Edition perform together with the pianist Lorenzo Soulès.