Latest info on Covid-19
On the first of September, we finally open the doors to Malmö Live Concert Hall again, and with a wide range of corona-adapted offerings - almost for the next one to two months. Almost every day of the week in September, to begin with, music-thirsty people can experience something new with us. Monday jazz, world music, morning concerts, chamber concerts, children's Saturdays and continued livestreamed MSO concerts are part of the program.
Since the concert hall was gradually closed down this spring, live concerts were replaced by streaming, both morning concerts and MSO's Thursday concerts and this was much appreciated by music lovers around the world. When the concert hall is now allowed to reopen, with a limited audience, we have planned a program based on the Public Health Agency's guidelines, which at the time of writing are 50 visitors per occasion. There will be free admission to most concerts and events and you secure your place by booking a ticket at malmolive.se.
Most of the program revolves around and around the Channel Stage. On Mondays there will be alternating jazz and world music and on Tuesdays and Wednesdays Sixten Nordström will take visitors into the history of music. Wednesday mornings are gilded by innovative morning concerts, however, Thursdays' regular MSO concerts will be livestreamed without an audience in the concert hall for another period - some of these will also be repeated the following Saturday at 13.00. The concert introductions are also recorded and shown in the digital concert hall. The teddy bear concerts will return later live, but in a smaller format - as well as the appreciated children's Saturdays and of course Sunday live with different musicians from, for example, MSO & the Academy of Music.