The Helsingborg Symphony was founded in 1912 and is one of Sweden’s oldest orchestras. Today it consists of 51 musicians performing 75 concerts a year in Sweden.
Since 1988 the HSO has been on a number of tours abroad, visiting among other countries France, Germany, Austria, Poland, Spain and will soon play right here in NYC, USA. Over the last few years, the orchestra has experienced a strong growth in popularity.
On February 28 @ 4P A concert can be heard at Lehman Center in The Bronx 718.960.8833
In light of Valentines Day, we are sending you these sounds your way for you to enjoy today.
Romeo and Juliet: II. Corrente https://youtu.be/ByGio19JhIk
The Eroica Effect; Andrew Manze and the Helsingborg Symphony https://youtu.be/1C5k7Fa-p_E
The following are some oldie, but goodies with the previous conductor, Hans-Peter Frank.