Musik i Gryt

The Hall of State at Gripsholm Castle will echo to the magnificent tones of 'Musik i Gryt' performing classical chamber music on the piano, violin and cello.

For decades, Musik i Gryt has featured professional Swedish and international musicians performing classical and contemporary chamber music.

The aim is to create artistic experiences that both move and entertain audiences.

The evening will include music by Bedřich Smetana (Piano Trio in G minor, Op. 15) and Johannes Brahms (Piano Quintet in F minor, Op. 34).


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The concert at Gripsholm will feature Russian pianist Zlata Tjotjieva, who has won several international piano competitions.

Abigail Fenna is a viola player from London who was recently appointed Principal Viola at the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.

Dina Mansurova is a Russian violinist who studied at the Petrozavodsk State Conservatory and completed her master's degree at Malmö Academy of Music.

Eszter Haffner is a Hungarian violinist who is a Professor of Violin in Austria and at the Royal Danish Academy of Music. Her instrument is the 'ex Hamma Segelmann' violin by Michelangelo Bergonzi from 1750, on loan from the Austrian National Bank.

Per Nyström is artistic director of Musik i Gryt and solo cellist with Uppsala Chamber Soloists, one of Sweden's leading string ensembles.

Top image: Pianist Zlata Tjotjieva. Photo: Evgeny Evtyukhov

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Per Nyström, artistic director of Musik i Gryt, appears at Gripsholm Castle together with international musicians. Photo: