Gyða Valtýsdóttir came to prominence with electronic experimentalists múm, an internationally recognised Icelandic band which has reached cult status. She left the band to pursue her studies as a cellist; gaining a twofold Master’s degree from Musik Akademie, Basel, both as a classical player and a free-improvisational one. Both her solo albums, Epicycle and Evolution, won the best album in the open category at the Icelandic Music Awards. Impressive music that shows how diverse an instrument the cello can be.
The Nordic House Concert Series is in its third summer, and as always, our guests can expect a varied program with interesting musicians. This year we present no fewer than four acts from the other Nordic countries together with six Icelandic acts. The concert series has something for everyone; folk music, jazz, classical, and pop.
The series takes place on Wednesdays at 21:00 from 12th of June – 14th of August. The entry is only 3.000 kr. or 2.000 kr. for students and senior citizens.
AALTO Bistro in the Nordic House is open for dinner guests before the concert and offers a delicious dinner menu and light meals, all made with first-class ingredients. Book a tableTHE NORDIC HOUSE CONCERT SERIES 2019
June 12th Ragnheiður Gröndal
June 19th Tómas R. Einarsson
June 26 Teitur (FO)
July 3rd Geir Draugsvoll & Mette Rasmussen (NO)
July 10th GYDA
July 17th Mattias Nilsson (SE)
July 24th Svavar Knútur
July 31st Mirja Klippel (FI) & Alex Jonsson (DK)
August 7th Einar Scheving
August 14th ADHD