With music and art as good companions, we have the opportunity to open up to incredible new experiences, and perhaps discover new aspects of life." This year's edition of the Confidencen Opera & Music Festival draws its inspiration from the time and life of the Gustav III period. An era filled with passion and new ways of expression, infused with influences from both Sweden and Europe.

Welcome!

Concert

En confidence

– A Frenchman, a German and Bellman
Runtime: 70 minutes
In the meeting between poetry, social life and international musical input, we find a form of festive music spectacle, with Bellman as the master of ceremonies.
Staged concert

The Cecilia vesper

Bach, Monteverdi, Dowland et al
Runtime: 60 minutes
As the summer day meets the cool of the evening, we invite the audience to a concert performance inspired by the evening encounters, both human, divine and musical.
Concert

En confidence

Promenade concert in the Ulriksdal Palace Park
Runtime: 85 minutes
Two short walks in the palace park will give you to three concerts in historic locations inside and around the Ulriksdal palace.
Concert

Sacred and Profane

Confidencen Opera & Music Festival Academy
Runtime: 80 minutes
Meet the future stars of opera as we proudly launch a new edition of the Confidencen Opera & Music Festival Academy!
Concert

En confidence

A Musical Outing to Haga
Runtime: 60 minutes
This concert lets the history of 18th century Sweden, when the country was transformed from a military power to a society characterized by science, art and music, sound through two of Sweden’s leading nyckelharpists
Concert

Festkonsert

Celebratory Concert
Runtime: 70 minutes
We end the festival 2022 with a celebratory concert where the composer of this year’s opera, Joseph Martin Kraus, will be featured alongside his contemporaries, Joseph Haydn and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
Opera

Proserpin

Joseph Martin Kraus
Runtime: 2 hours and 40 minutes including interval
After 240 years, it is a great joy to finally bring back to Confidencen the operatic masterpiece Proserpin by Joseph Martin Kraus.