2020

Concert at Sorø Akademi

Sorø Academy (Central Zealand), Tuesday 10 March 2020, 8 pm

The choir performs music by e.g. J. P. E Hartmann, Thorvald Aagaard, Pelle Gudmundsen-Holmgreen & Ole Kongsted. Conductor is Alice Granum.

Concert in Dyrup Kirke

Dyrup Kirke (Odense), Tuesday 3 March 2020, 8 pm

The choir performs music by e.g. J. P. E Hartmann, Thorvald Aagaard, Pelle Gudmundsen-Holmgreen & Ole Kongsted. Conductor is Alice Granum.

Concert in Kerteminde Kirke

Kerteminde Kirke (Eastern Funen), Sunday 2 February 2020, 4 pm

Conductor is Alice Granum.

Here you will find the concert programme.

Mini Concert at Munkebo Kro

Munkebo, Sunday 5 January 2020, 1 pm

Mini Concert at Munkebo Kro (private event).

2019

Odense Koncerthus, Wednesday 18 December 2019, 7.30 pm

A Christmas celebration with Odense Symphony Orchestra and the Fionian Chamber Choir.

Conductor is Emil Eliasson from Sweden.

Sct. Albani Kirke (Odense), Saturday 14 December 2019, 4 pm

This is our popular Christmas Concert in the catholic church of Odense.

Nr. Lyndelse Kirke (Central Funen), Tuesday 10 December 2019, 7.30 pm

The choir will sing Danish and English Christmas hymns and also two pieces by the American composers Eric Whitacre and Morten Lauridsen. Here you will find the concert programme.

Munkebjerg Kirke (Odense), Sunday 3 November 2019, 4 pm

The main work of the programme is Requiem for choir, soloists and organ by the French composer Gabriel Fauré.

Conductor is Alice Granum, and the organ part is played by church organist Michael Lyngvig Thomsen.

The Fionian Chamber Choir travels to Portugal on 16 October 2019 and returns 20 October.

The following concerts have been arranged:

17 October, 7.00 pm: Escola Superior de Música de Lisboa (Av. Gomes Pereira)
18 October, 4.00 pm: Igreja de São Domingos (Largo São Domingos)
19 October, 5.30 pm: Igreja de Nossa Senhora de Fátima (Av. de Berna)

Hans Tausens Kirke, Tuesday 3 September 2019, 7.30 pm

The choir is conducted by Alice Granum.

Hans Tausens Kirke is the choir’s “own” church, where it rehearses every Tuesday evening.

Fredens Kirke (Odense), Tuesday 4 June 2019, 8 pm

The concert is conducted by students from Syddansk Musikkonservatorium.

Women’s choir Usmifka from Copenhagen also participates, singing choir music from Bulgaria.

Link to the concert poster.

Ansgars Kirke (Odense), Thursday 16 May 2019, 7.30 pm

This concert is shared with the girl choir Cantus from Torshavn Music Scool at the Faroe Islands.

The choir, which has been active for some years, has gradually built up a varied repertoire, consisting of a wide selection of Faroese songs as well as Nordic and English songs. During their visit on Funen, Cantus also visits Musikskolens Kor in Svendborg and will join them for concerts in Svendborg and Horne (South Funen).

The Fionian Chamber Choir will sing a Nordic programme, among others two Faroese songs, Danish songs and some pieces by Ola Gjeilo.

Alice Granum conducts The Fionian Chamber Choir, while Cantus is conducted by school and music teacher Joanna Johansen and music teacher Kári Bæk.

Hjallese Kirke (Odense), Wednesday 8 May 2019, 7.30 pm

The main work of the programme at this concert is Requiem for choir, soloists, cello and organ by the French composer Maurice Duruflé. Also, a choral work by the Norwegian/American composer Ola Gjeilo is being sung.

Alice Granum conducts The Fionian Chamber Choir & Vor Frue Kantori (Svendborg), and the very demanding organ part is played by Tina Christiansen, who is organist in Ansgars Kirke in Odense.

Soloists are Emma Oemann (mezzosoprano) and Rasmus Tofte Hansen (baritone).

Vor Frue Kirke (Svendborg), Tuesday 30 April 2019, 8 pm

The main work of the programme on the last day of April is Requiem for choir, soloists, cello and organ by the French composer Maurice Duruflé. Also, a choral work by the Norwegian/American composer Ola Gjeilo is being sung.

Alice Granum conducts The Fionian Chamber Choir & Vor Frue Kantori (Svendborg), and the very demanding organ part is played by Tina Christiansen, who is organist in Ansgars Kirke in Odense.


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