Bach in candlelights

Concert in the historic site of Kirkjubø with music by Johann Sebastian Bach

Wednesday 7th of December 2022 7pm – Free admission

Sopranos: Birita Adela and Birita Poulsen – Aldubáran: Jón Festirstein, violin – Angelka Hansen, viola – Kristina á Váli, cello – Jóhannes Andreasen, harpsichord – Ólavur Jakobsen, guitar

Herfinnur Árnafjall and Aldubáran

CONCERTS: Tórshavn Cathedral – Saturday 6st August 11.30am – SALT (Tvøroyri) – Sunday 7th August 3pm – Fríðrikschurch (Toftir) – Monday 8th August 8pm – Gjáargarður (Gjógv) – Wednesday 10th August 6pm

Faroese songs in settings for voice and brassquartet

Musicians: Herfinnur Árnafjall, baryton – Páll Sólstein, French horn – Ólavur Olsen and Johan Hentze, trumpets – Andras Spang Olsen, trombone

Igor Stravinsky – Octet for Wind Instruments

Performed by Faroese Ensemble ALDUBÁRAN

Also featuring music by Faroese composers Magnus Johannesen, Páll Sólstein and Jón Festirstein

Saturday 23rd July 8pmHÁTÚN – Music School – Tórshavn
Sunday 24th July 3pmSALT – Tvøroyri
Monday 25th July 7.30pmCHRISTIANS CHURCH – Klaksvík

Tickets at entrance before concerts – Admission free in churches

Nordic Music Days 2021

The whole of Tórshavn will be buzzing with new Nordic music when Nordic Music Days is held for the first time ever in the Faroe Islands 1st to 4th of September 2021. 

Under the main theme “Roots”, the vision is to create strong and present experiences for all. Through meetings between audiences and different concert formats, the aim is to provide a breeding ground for the Faroe Islands’ unique musical traditions and the participating artists’ own deep roots to nurture each other.
– Aldubáran will feature with concerts with works by a.e. Kaija Saariaho and Tróndur Bogason.

Beethoven & Aldubáran

Saturday 28th September 2019 in the Nordic House in Tórshavn, Faroe Islands.. Programme: Kreutzer-sonata for violin/piano and Septet opus 20 for strings, clarinet, horn and bassoon.

Featured musicians: Jón Festirstein, violin, Angelika Hansen, viola, Kristina á Váli, cello, Leif Jensen, double bass, Páll Sólstein, horn, Christina Andersen, bassoon, Anna Klett, clarinet. Sámal Petersen, violin and Jóhannes Andreasen, piano