Duo Grande Finale

We will end Classicalive with the smallest setting of the chamber music; the Duo.

The music will be a broad variation of genres and it will include everything from cool Percussion music by Morag to Schumann’s Märchenbilder. Join us in the last concert of Classicalive and thank you so much for listening! 


Adi Morag (1976 - ) Octabones

Filip Korosec – marimba
Elias Gustafsson – marimba


Johannes Brahms (1833-1897) Violin Sonata No. 3 in D minor, op. 108

1. Allegro 2. Adagio 3. Un poco presto e con sentimento 4. Presto agitato

Tor Alvin Wika – violin
Jan Daniels – piano




Johann Ludwig Krebs (1713-1780), Fantasia i F-moll för oboe och orgel Krebs-WV 604

My Svenman – oboe
John Persson – orgel


Robert Schumann (1810-1856), Märchenbilder, op. 113. 

1. Nicht schnell. 2. Lebhaft. 3. Rasch. 4. Langsam, mit melancholischem ausdruck.

Albin Uusijärvi – viola
Olof Wallner – piano

Programme Thursday 4 March

  • Clarinet and the Quartets

    - Livestreamed from Nathan Milsteinsalen

    Welcome to the first concert of Classicalive! We will meet the Crown J…

Programme Friday 5 March

  • Afternoon T-bone

    - Livestreamed from Kungasalen

    The second day of the festival opens majestic with fanfares from the s…

  • Trio Con Brio

    - Livestreamed from Nathan Milsteinsalen

    To play in a trio is very common throughout the history of music and i…

Programme Saturday 6 March

  • The Luck of Three

    - Livestreamed from Nathan Milsteinsalen

    In this concert our students will offer a really tasty event.

  • The Art of Quartet

    - Livestreamed from Kungasalen

    Two of the biggest composers ever will lead us through this marvelous …

  • Baroque around the Clock

    - Livestreamed from Nathan Milsteinsalen

    Welcome to this evening which is all about Baroque!

Programme Sunday 7 March

  • The Color of the Winds

    - Livestreamed from Kungasalen

    In this concert we will get to know the different timbre of the wind i…

  • Duo Grande Finale

    - Livestreamed from Nathan Milsteinsalen

    We will end Classicalive with the smallest setting of the chamber musi…