Scandinavia´s most prestigious festival for Indian classical music and dance is back! This year we are celebrating our 15 years anniversary and as always we promise you an exciting program with international stars, up and coming talents, and activities for children as well! We will be back at the beautiful venue of Musikaliska for the main concerts and will be enjoying a sitar recital by Ashraf Sharif Khan, sublime dhrupad singing by Marianne Svašek, and a rare Kuchipudi performance by Vyshnavi Korlakunta, just to name a few! For the anniversary we will also take a look back at the festival´s history through the lens of Max Dahlstrand who has captured some magical moments that we will put on display in a photo exhibition in the Clara Schumann hall of Musikaliska. But the festival is so much more than the main concerts, and all the other events are free!
We are looking forward to see you in person again!
Sep 19 -Spatiotemporal Raga -alap, jor, jhala in an exhibition. Click for details.
Sep 26 -Family Sangeet -bring your children. Click for details.
Oct 1st -Nava Gati -a contemporary Indian dance festival. Click for details.
Oct 2nd -Young Sangeet -performances by students. Click for details.
Oct 3rd -Main Concerts -with international artists. Click for details.
Oct 4th -Open Sangeet -try your skills on the open stage. Click for details.
Pictures from SSF2021 by Max Dahlstrand:
Pictures from SSF 2021 by Renjith Ramachandran:
Stockholm Sangeet Festival 2021 is arranged by Stockholm Sangeet Förening in collaboration with Farhang Förening/Movement in Exile, Musikaliska, Stallet Världens Musik, Saraswathy Kalakendra Institution of Fine Arts, Föreningen Renqvists Verkstad and Sharda Music Sweden with support from the Swedish Arts Council, Region Stockholm and the Indian Embassy to Sweden and Latvia