About Nordic Music Days
London is hosting the Nordic Music Days 2017, one of the world’s oldest music festivals, founded in 1888. The festival will showcase pioneering contemporary music performances by Nordic composers performed by leading ensembles and soloists from Great Britain and the Nordic region. In addition to the performance programme, an extensive workshop and seminar programme will be offered.
The first part of the festival programme, including participating performers and composers, will be released on 21 March 2017. Please keep an eye on this web page and Southbank Centre's web.
Managing Director: Martin Q Larsson
Press and PR Officer: Carin Balfe Arbman
Curators: Johan E. Andersson, Jenny Hettne, Viktor Zeidner
Project Manager: Fredrik Malmgård
Southbank Centre is the UK’s largest arts centre, founded with the Festival of Britain in 1951. It’s a place where people experience world-class art and culture that stimulates, inspires, educates and amazes.
Southbank Centre's festival programme encompasses art, theatre, dance, classical and contemporary music, literature and debate. It reaches 6.25 million people a year, and encompasses over 5,000 events featuring world-class artists from across the globe.
How to get to Southbank Centre: Royal Festival Hall, Queen Elizabeth Hall, Hayward Gallery.
London SE1 8XX
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Waterloo (Northern, Bakerloo, Jubilee and Waterloo & City lines) (200 metres)
Embankment (District & Circle lines) (600 metres)
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