Chamber Music Festival in Allhelgonakyrkan

Festival 2019 -  Women composers

Allhelgonakyrkan, situated on the island "Söder", is one of the finest spaces for chamber music in Stockholm. The size is perfect, seating 250; the acoustics are marvelous, it makes no difference where one sits and the space can be filled equally well by a solo instrument or voice as by a chamber orchestra.

Nearly every summer since 1999 KVAH (which is the Swedish acronym for Friends of Chamber Music at Allhelgonakyrkan) has organized a chamber music festival. Come and enjoy wonderful chamber music in a beautiful space in a lovely city.

    August 1518

Women composers

This year's chamber music festival in Allhelgonakyrkan is not that far away. The theme this year is women composers - from Clara Schumann and Amanda Maier to contempoary Swedish composers. Many of Sweden's foremost musicians will perform about twenty compositions in five concerts during the four days. Most of the concerts mix pieces for solo piano with, among others, solo harp, string quarters and songs, old and new.


Cecilia Zilliacus, violin, Ylvali Zilliacus, viola, Kati Raitinen, cello, 
Karin Dornbusch, clarinet, Lisa Viguier, harp, Treitler Quartet,
Matti HirvonenErik Risberg and Bengt Forsberg, piano
plus others.

The program for each day will become available in a few weeks but here is an incomplete list of the composers.

Valborg AulinGrazyna BacewiczVictoria Borisova-Ollas,
Cécile ChaminadeLouise FarrencAmanda Maier,
Fanny MendelssohnClara SchumannAndrea Tarrodi
and Youngwoo Yoo

More details will be forth coming in the next few weeks..

Don't forget that we have monthly chamber music concerts; you are welcome then too. There's more information on our website,

Tickets are sold at the church one hour before each concert begins. A festival pass for all of the concerts will be sold on the first day, August 15.

                                  All five concerts    Single concert
Regular price:                  650 SEK              200 SEK
Members:                        500 SEK              150 SEK
Those under 26 have free entry