What’s On In Reykjavík

Jan 21 – May 15 all-day
12:00 am
Guided tour of Harpa Concert Hall – Every day of the week Experience the magnificent Harpa and visit areas that are not open to general public. The guide will share with you some of Harpa’s secrets,
Harpa Concert Hall and Conference Centre
5:00 pm
A concert, dedicated to nature, where the audience will be led by the performers into nature as composers from both the east and west experience it. The journey takes us where the wind blows, flowers
Harpa Concert Hall and Conference Centre
5:00 pm
Franz Schubert: Schwanengesang (Rellstab, Heine, Seidl) – It was after Schubert´s death, that his publisher decided to make this selection of 14 of his last songs into this cycle and give it this name. Ágúst
Harpa Concert Hall and Conference Centre
5:00 pm
Cellist Saeunn Thorsteinsdottir and pianist Angela Draghicescu come together in Harpa´s Classical Sundays series for a unique evening of colorful and evocative music for cello and piano. Both have appeared in solo and chamber performances
Harpa Concert Hall and Conference Centre
5:00 pm
Brák Baroque ensemble will return to Norðurljós with a mediterranean spring feast this time. The much played, much loved Spring from the Four Seasons by A. Vivaldi will be performed by the renowned baroque violinist
Harpa Concert Hall and Conference Centre
May 14 @ 5:00 pm
5:00 pm
The show focuses on Hallgerdur Langbrók and her visit to Kaldalón Harpa in search of a haven. She has been roaming between earth and heaven for about 1000 years after being shut out in both
Harpa Concert Hall and Conference Centre
May 21 @ 5:00 pm
5:00 pm
The show focuses on Hallgerdur Langbrók and her visit to Kaldalón Harpa in search of a haven. She has been roaming between earth and heaven for about 1000 years after being shut out in both
Harpa Concert Hall and Conference Centre
May 28 @ 5:00 pm
5:00 pm
The show focuses on Hallgerdur Langbrók and her visit to Kaldalón Harpa in search of a haven. She has been roaming between earth and heaven for about 1000 years after being shut out in both
Harpa Concert Hall and Conference Centre