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Anna Ternheim vs. Kaiser Quartett

Music Singer-Songwriter Stockholm, Sweden

To attend this Elbphilharmonie concert, reservation must be made in advance.

Anna Ternheim’s folk pop is infused with a disarming restraint. For more than 15 years, the singer-songwriter with the fragile timbre has understood how to focus her music on what really matters in order to make a deep impression in the minds of her audience. The poetry of songs such as “Black Sunday Afternoon” and “Shoreline” is mature and reflective, and with delicate arrangements of classical resonances frequently exudes an almost child-like lightness.

This year she will present her new album – in time for the release on 20 September – at Reeperbahn Festival, as part of which she will be collaborating with the Kaiser Quartet for the first time. The world premiere not only includes new material by Ternheim, but also the premieres of pieces written by the Swedish musician in collaboration with the Kaiser Quartet specially for this concert.

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