- Experiences and concerts
Information Day concert
- The sculpture park
- SEK 245
- Art.Pass price:
- SEK 145
- Date and time
- Sunday July 9, 3 pm - 4 pm
Information Evening concert
- The art gallery
- SEK 345
- Art.Pass price:
- SEK 195
- Date and time:
- Sunday July 9, 5.30 pm - 7 pm
- SEK 490
Slovak Quasars Ensemble visit Sweden for the first time when they create a very special art and music experience at Artipelag. There are two performances that can be enjoyed both separately and together as part of "Scensommar" which is a range of concerts and performances that place over the summer at Artipelag.
Day concert - Music and art walk in the sculpture park
During the day, the ensemble plays tunes that guide you through Artipelag's outdoor exhibition Sculpture in Nature. The ensemble was founded in 2008 and focuses on both classical and contemporary music.
Read more about the exhibition Sculpture in Nature.
Evening concert - Légers Académie Moderne and the Ballets suédois
In the evening, the Quasars Ensemble performs in the art gallery and creates a unique experience for our current exhibition At arm's length. The concert is specially composed for Artipelag and the exhibition. The evening focuses on interwar Paris and the Swedish Ballet in Paris (Ballets suédois), which was an innovative force through its ambition to combine dance, drama, painting, poetry and music in its productions. The ensemble plays music from composers who collaborated with the Ballets suédois. Erik Mattsson, deputy director at Dansmuseet, will also talk about the fascinating history of the Swedish Ballet. After the performance, there is also the opportunity to see the exhibition for about 30 minutes.
Read more about the exhibition At Arm's Length - One Hundred Years of Nordic Art.
The concerts are supported using public funding by Slovak Arts Council, with financial support of SOZA and SKF.
The day concert takes place in Artipelag’s sculpture park. In case of bad weather or very strong sun, the concert will be moved indoors.
The evening concert takes place in Artipelag’s art hall which can be reached directly from the foyer without stairs. The same applies to access to WC.