The Com­pany

Harpa Concert Hall and Conference Centre is run as a public organization and is owned by the state (54%) and the City of Reykjavík (46%). The company name is Harpa Concert Hall and Conference Centre ohf., ID number 660805-1250.

Owners’ Policy

The following policy shall apply to the operation and activities of the Harpa Concert Hall and Conference Centre, owned by the Icelandic state (54%) and the City of Reykjavík (46%).

Read entire Owners’ Policy.

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.

Read more about Hörpustrengir.

Harpa's Board

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    Ingibjörg Ösp Stefánsdóttir, Chairman

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    Aðalheiður Magnúsdóttir, Board Member

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    Arna Schram, Board Member

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    Árni Geir Pálsson, Board Member

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    Guðni Tómasson, Board Member

Harpa’s Arts Board

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    Ásmundur Jónsson, Chairman, Federation of Icelandic Artists

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    Gunnar Hrafnsson, Associations of Icelandic Musicians

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    Lára Sóley Jóhannsdóttir, The Icelandic Symphony Orchestra

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    Steinunn Birna Ragnarsdóttir, The Icelandic Opera

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    Þórunn Gréta Sigurðardóttir, Association of Icelandic Composers

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    Jakob Frímann Magnússon, The Icelandic Society of Authors & Composers

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    Hallveig Rúnarsdóttir, FÍT