Thank you!Östergötland Music Days 2022 are over…

Welcome back on August 12-19 2023!
Enjoy Sweden’s top musicians in the beautiful province of Östergötland.
The programme will be presented in May 2023.

The 2022 festival opened with star soprano Camilla Tilling and the Norrköping Symphony Orchestra, conducted by our Artistic Director, Staffan Mårtensson.

Some of the week’s artists: fabulous cello-piano duo Lev Sivkov–Love Derwinger, ensemble Renaissance AND, exploring the old and the new, Maria Matyazova Milder of the Royal Swedish Opera and pianist Ivetta Irkha, performing Ukrainian songs, and brilliant local professional groups Crusell Wind Quintet, Östgöta Brass Quintet, Östgöta Jazz Band.

As for more jazz, legendary Swedish bass player/composer Georg Riedel was invited, with pianist Johan Graden.
We heard a bigger-than-life reproduction of the famous Bird with Strings and Winds sessions from 1950 featuring sax soloists Jonas Knutsson and Amanda Sedgwick with trio, and the virtuoso SoFo Chamber Orchestra.

Sweden’s most celebrated classical pianist, Roland Pöntinen gave stunning solo recitals and finished the festival off in a spectacular finale with the energetic Royal Wind Quintet Stockholm.


Staffan Mårtensson
Artistic Director, clarinetist, conductor


(Click here for the festival program, pdf in English.)


Tickets are sold from July 1, primarily through An advance-booking fee will be added. Ticket prices are stated next to every concert presentation, where you will also find a specific link for ticket purchase. Remaining tickets are sold at the entrance before each concert (payment by “Swish” only).

Information office, open 10 am– 6 pm from Monday, August 8, 2022:
Phone: +46 705 10 73 22


(Click here to book tickets at Biljettkiosken.)





The Music Days have developed into the most important classical music summer event in the province of Östergötland, together with the Vadstena Academy (which produces mainly opera). But over the years, the concept of chamber music has broadened. Besides the classical-romantic repertoire, our programmes contain baroque, contemporary, jazz, Swedish folk music, ethnic music, blues, choir, church music… Many prominent actors, dancers and lecturers have taken part in cross-over concerts.