Concerts

 

Concert Schedule

Wednesday 5th July

17.00 The Oil Tank at the Herring Era Museum
  • Keitaat / Oases
  • Installation with music and media art
  • Amanda Kauranne singer, Finland
  • Mikko H. Haapoja media and sound artist, jouhikko player, Finland
  • The installation will be open during the festival
20.00  –  Siglufjörður Church
  • The Maiden on the Heath – Music by Grieg
  • Svafa Þórhallsdóttir soprano
  • Ella Vala Ármannsdóttir horn
  • Sandra Mogensen piano
21:30  –  Herring Era museum – Hyvä Trio, Finland
  • New Music and Folk music from Finland
  • Amanda Kauranne singer
  • Ulla-Sisko Jauhiainen kantele
  • Elina Lappalainen double bass
23:00  –  Siglufjörður Church – Sophie and Fiachra, Kanada
  • Irish Music with a Quebecois twist
  • Fiachra O’Regan flutes
  • Sophie Lavoie fiðla og singer

Thursday 6th July

17:15  –  Siglufjörður Church – Childrens concert
  • Sigurður Ingi Einarsson and Ingibjörg Fríða Helgadóttir
20:00 – Siglufjörður church – The Kalman Choir
  • Songs for mixed choir from the collection of Þórður Kristleifsson
  • Conductor: Sveinn Arnar Sæmundsson
21:30  –  The Herring Era Museum
  • Music by Composers from East Iceland in Jazz arrangements.
  • Tinna Árnadóttir singer
  • Bjarni Freyr Ágústsson guitar
  • Daníel Arason piano
23:00  –  Siglufjörður church – Malin Gunnarsson Sweden
  • Folk music from Sweden

Friday 7th July

20:00  –  Siglufjörður Church – Accordion trio – Í-tríó
  • Helga Kristbjörg Guðmundsdóttir accordion
  • Jón Þorsteinn Reynissona accordion
  • Jónas Ásgeir Ásgeirsson accordion
21:30  –  The Herring Era museum – Love songs from England and Iceland
  • Ragnheiður Gröndal voice and piano
  • Gerry Diver violin
  • Helois Pilkington voice
  • Guðmundur Pétursson guitar
23:00  –  Rauðka – Tango on Fire
  • Svanlaug Jóhannsdóttir voice
  • Agnar Már Magnússon piano
  • Matthías Stefánsson violin
  • Flemming Viðar Valmundssonaccordion
  • Gunnar Hrafnsson double bass

Saturday 8th July

14:00 Siglufjörður Church –  Barakan Dance and Drums, Guinea
  • Group of dancers and drummers from Guinea, West Africa.
  • The group gives a course on Guinean music at the festival.
14:00 Rauðka – Krilja Trio, Sweden
  • Russian gypsy music
  • Marita Johansson voice
  • Jonas Liljeström violin
  • Emil Pernblad guitar
15:30  –  Rauðka – Trio Owainsdóttir
  • Songs in the wind amongst nomads and mountain nations.
  • Helen Adam voice and violin
  • George Whitfield accordion
  • Steingrímur Guðmundsson percussion and voice
16:00  –  Folk Music center – Icelandic Folk songs
  • Steinunn Arnbjörg Stefánsdóttir cello
  •  Eyjólfur Eyjólfsson voice
17:00  –  Siglufjörður Church – Vasele Bebe
  • Songs for female choir from Croatia, Bulgaria, Ukraine and Armenia.
17:00  –  The Herring Era Museum – Folk music group Trato, Chile
  • Songs froma South America.
  • Vilma Delgado Puchi voice
  • Hernan Ravanal, guitar and charango
  • Jón Elíasson guitar
  • Carlos Palestro percussion
20:30  –  The Herring Era Museum – Harvest festival
  • Musicians from the festival perform.
23:00  –  Rauðka – Dance, dance, dance.
  • Accordeon trio Í-Tríó
  • Helga Kristbjörg Guðmundsdóttir accordion
  • Jón Þorsteinn Reynisson accordin
  • Jónas Ásgeir Ásgeirsson accordion

Sunday 9th July

14:00  –  Siglufjörður Church – Iceland Youth Symphony Orchestar
  • Conductor: Gunnsteinn Ólafsson
  • Soloist: Björg Brjánsdóttir flute
  • Arturo Márquez: Danzón No. 2
  • Marcin Blazewicz: Concerto for Flute and String Orchestra
  • Franz Schubert: The Unfinished Symphony in B minor
  • The concert will be repeated in Neskirkja Church in Reykjavik, Tuesday the 11th of July 2017 at 8.00 pm.