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Hörpustrengir

The management company Hörpustrengir ehf. was established in December 2013. Hörpustrengir has the purpose to operate selected events that mark the footprints of the Icelandic music and culture scene and would not be possible without that involvement. Events are usually operated with selected partners. The company aims not to operate in direct competition with event holders and permanent users of the building.

Events of Hörpustrengir in 2014 are:

• Pianist Philip Glass in January
• Wynton Marsalis and Jazz at Lincoln Centre in July in collaboration with Reykjavik Jazz Festival
• The Nutcracker performed by St. Petersburg Festival Ballet in collaboration with the Iceland Symphony Orchestra
• London Philharmonic Orchestra in December

 

Events of Hörpustrengir in 2015 are:

• World Pianist Series in Harpa with Jorge Luis Prats in February
• Pekka Kuusisto and Davíð Þór in February
• World Pianist Series in Harpa with Richard Goode in March
• Borealis Band a collaborative music production supported by SUT fund in May
• Reykjavik Midsummer Music in June
• Philharmonia Orchestra in October
• The Swan Lake performed by St. Petersburg Festival Ballet with members of the Iceland Symphony Orchestra in November

 

Events of Hörpustrengir in 2016 are:

• Eivør Pálsdóttir, Danish Radio Big Band and Danish National Vocal Ensemble in January
• The Vienna Boys’ Choir in February
• San Francisco Ballet in May
• Reykjavik Midsummer Music in June
• The Nutcracker performed by St. Petersburg Festival Ballet in collaboration with the Iceland Symphony Orchestra in November

 

Events of Hörpustrengir in 2016 are:

  • Vijay Iyer and Wadada Leo Smith in January
  • Chamber Orchestra Vienna – Berlin in May
  • Reykjavik Midsummer Music in June
  • Academy of St Martin in the Fields and Joshua Bell in November
  • Sleeping Beauty performed by St. Petersburg Festival Ballet in collaboration with the Iceland Symphony Orchestra in November