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Ever since months back, our concert has been sold out – my normally super organized mom wasn't even quick enough to get a ticket. People have been telling me they've seen posters, heard about it on the radio, and seen interviews about it on TV. It's so amazing and humbling to be part of such a big production, only months into my new life here in Linköping. TONIGHT IS THE NIGHT! I only need to contain my excitement for a few hours more. Carmina Burana here we go! 😁
For the past week, I have been part of the most amazing production ever. Namely, Carmina Burana.
My choir Den Akademiska Kören Linnea sang together with our brother choir Linköpings Studentsångare (the official choir of the university) and another all-female choir Da Capo. The orchestra who came and played came all the way from Gotland, as well as the soloists. We all even had a small choreography.
We’ve been working on this production for weeks, even requiring some of us (including myself) to travel in between cities to go to practices. It’s been hard work, tiring practices lasting to the night. But it’s been worth it. Last Thursday the 21st of April, all our preparation was put on the test, and our journey had met its end. And It was amazing.
Last Thursday the 21st of April, we stood on the stage of the Linköping Concert and Conference Hall and sang to a completely sold-out hall. The tickets had been sold out for months.
I’ve sang in a choir for quite some time now but this was definitely something else. And the media seemed to think so too. The local newspaper Corren gave our concert a 4/5 rating in their article, and SVT local for our region Östergötland covered it as well in an interview. Like, what just happened. Omg.
The whole experience has been so humbling and I still can’t get over what just happened. Nevertheless, I’m thankful. I’m so happy I belong in such an amazing choir with such an amazing group of girls. Until our next adventure! 🙂