12th October 2021

The ex­cep­tional Con­cer­t­ge­bouworkest in Harpa

The Concertgebouworkest is to give a concert in Harpa on November 10th. Ticket sales will commence at noon on Friday, October 15th.

The Concertgebouworkest is to give a concert in Harpa on November 10th. The concert is a part of Harpa´s 10 year anniversary celebration this year, and will mark the orchestra’s first ever visit to Iceland.

Klaus Mäkelä, the orchestra´s conductor, is only 25 years old but already one of the most sought-after young conductors around.

The outstanding young conductor now comes to Harpa with two highlights of the symphonic repertoire. With its rebelliously contrasting movements, Dmitri Shostakovich’s epic Sixth Symphony unsettled Soviet critics in 1939. In contrast, Tchaikovsky’s deeply melancholic Sixth, with the telling epithet »Pathétique«, was – ten days before his death – his farewell to the world.

Ticket sales will commence at noon on Friday, October 15th.

Frét­tir

6th December 2021

Harpa completes its fourth Green Step

Harpa continues to reduce the negative environmental impact of its operations and has now completed four of the five Green Steps.

1st December 2021

Restrictions due to Covid-19

According to the recent Covid-19 restrictions all guests born 2015 or before must be able to show a negative rapid antigen test, a negative PCR test, or a confirmation on a previous Covid-19 infection before attending events in Harpa.

30th November 2021

Listval opens in Harpa

Listaval will be opening an exhibition and an art gallery on the ground floor of Harpa.