Kati Eriikka

Concert Calendar


Event Information

  • Fri

    Mahler Master Class, Bo Skovhus

    13:15 Mogens Dahl Koncertsal
    Snorresgade 22
    2300 Copenhagen

    Gustav Mahlers Lied production

    Mogens Dahl Concert Hall will invite four talented singer-pianist duos to this master class focussing on Gustav Mahlers lieder. The master class with Bo Skovhus is open to the public, and will offer a unique opportunity to visit the workshop of the art of lied singing and to gain an insight into the way the singers work with the music and with the poetry.


    Friday 26th of September 2008
    20:00 CONCERT Bo Skovhus baryton & Stefan Vladar piano
    PROGRAMME: Gustav Mahler 9 Frühe Lieder, 5 Lieder nach texten von Friedrick Rückert, Abschied.

    Saturday 27th of September 2008
    11:00 – 14:00 Master Class 1, Kati Arikoski & Jakob Holtze at 13:15-14:00
    14:00 – 15:00 Frokost
    15:00 – 18:00 Master Class 2, Kati Arikoski & Jakob holtze at 17:15- 18:00

    Sunday 28th of September 2008
    11:00 – 14:00 Master Class 3, Kati Arikoski & Jakob Holtze 13:15-14:00
    14:00 – 15:00 Frokost

    Tenor Jakob Holtze & pianist Kati Arikoski
    Baritone Erlend Tyrmi & pianist Anne-Marie Lipsonen
    Sopran Marie Bo & pianist Ole Schousboe
    Bas Peter Fristrup & pianist David Lau Magnussen

    Admission is Dkr. 1,500 (students Dkr. 1,000), which includes a ticket to the concert Friday September 26th with Bo Skovhus and Stefan Vladar, lunch, coffee or tea, and fruit Saturday and Sunday as well as admission to the closing master class concert Sunday September 28th.

    In addition to his monumental and expressive symphonies, Austrian composer Gustav Mahler left a distinguished production of lieder, songs accompanied either by piano or orchestra. Some of the principal works are the symphonic song cycle “Das Lied von der Erde” from 1909 and the collection “Des Knaben Wunderhorn” from 1900. Gustav Mahler’s compositions contain many of the characteristics typical of German late romantic music, ushering in a more modern tonal idiom. Often great and strong emotions are depicted in this music by immensely beautiful and powerful melodies and themes. With Bo Skovhus at the head of this master class, we open the doors to the third master class at the Mogens Dahl Concert Hall where old-fashioned learning from the master is the name of the game.