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Stream Via Harpa Reykjavík Concert Hall, Iceland
Doors open at 5:00 PM
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The one and only Björk is playing four concerts this coming January and February, raising money for women’s charities worldwide. With over 100 musicians joining her across the series, each show will take place with a live audience at Reykjavík’s Harpa Hall and stream globally.

Sunday January 17th at 17:00 GMT / 19:00 CET

Björk with 15 piece chamber ensemble from Iceland Symphony Orchestra, conductor - Bjarni Frímann Bjarnason Songs from Homogenic, Vulnicura and more

Sunday January 24th at 17:00 GMT / 19:00 CET

Björk with Hamrahlíð choir, conductor - Þorgerður Ingólfsdóttir Songs from Post, Vespertine, Dancer in the Dark and more

Sunday January 31st at 17:00 GMT / 19:00 CET

Björk with brass from the Iceland Symphony Orchestra and flute septet Viibra, Katie Buckley - harp, Jónas Sen - pianó Songs from Medulla, Biofilia, Utopia and more

Sunday February 7th at 17:00 GMT / 19:00 CET

Björk with strings from Iceland Symphony Orchestra, Katie Buckley - harp, conductor - Bjarni Frímann Bjarnason Songs from Post, Vespertine, Dancer in the Dark and more

This ticket grants access to all four Björk Orkestral performances taking place on the 17th, 24th and 31st January and the 7th February at 17:00 GMT / 19:00 CET.

20% of the ticket price will be donated by Björk to raise money for women’s charities worldwide.

When the show’s about to start, you will be notified via email and the viewing link to join the concert will be revealed on your ticket.

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A note from Björk:

dear friends

i would like to invite you to some concerts

to honour folks who got hit hardest in the coronavirus and the black lives matter movement

and to honour how many icelandic musicians i have worked with through the years

i recorded almost all of my albums with local musicians :

homogenic with an icelandic string octet medulla with schola cantorum ( an icelandic mixed choir ) volta with 10 brass girls i found all over the island and then later they formed wonderbrass biophilia with langholt´s church girl choir graduale nobili vulnicura with a 15 piece string ensemble utopia with 12 female fluteplayers who later formed the flute septet viibra cornucopia with hamrahlíð´s choir conducted by þorgerður ingólfsdóttir all these albums where then performed all around the planet with these musicians together they are over hundred people !!

and we are going to celebrate that we are all healthily exiting quarantine together by playing concerts in harpa music hall for 3 weekends of august

my input into the feminist fight is to brag about that almost all of those arrangements are by me unfortunately this is something that is almost always ignored when women are arrangers

the concerts will be in the afternoons and will also be streamed live online, where there will be an option to donate to the icelandic women's shelter - which supports women of all origin in iceland

for those attending in person, after the concert we will be offering food to raise money in support of this charity

the concerts will be "unplugged" or acoustic and performed without beats and electronics the concerts will be performed with the icelandic symphony orchestra and guests

i feel we are going through extraordinary times horrifying but also an opportunity to truly change it is demanded of us that we finally confront all racism that we learn that lives are more important that profit and look inside us and finecomb out all our hidden prejudices and privileges

let´s all humbly learn together


humongous love


Presented by Björk & One Little Independent.

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