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Sofia Vokalensemble


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Hello, we are the Sofia Vocal Ensemble or SOVE
The choir was formed back in 1995 by Bengt Ollén who still is our irreplaceable conductor.This year the choir turns 15 and that should of course be celebrated. We don’t have any teenage problems or other drama linked to the age. On the contrary: SOVE consists of a positive bunch of 20-30 year olds with a lot of will, warmth and enthusiasm.

We want to move you with our music

We love to sing. We love it in a geeky dedicated way. To make the music our own, through nuances and sounds, is pretty much the coolest thing we know. Our characteristic sound image “the SOVE-sound” has been described as a young, rounded Swedish choir sound. It might appear pretentious and complicated but the most important is however very simple.

We want to move you with our music! When you come and listen to one of our concerts we hope that the notes together with our joy of singing and stage presence, will find their way into your heart.

A little more specific: What do we do exactly?
The Sofia Vocal ensemble’s home is the Sofia perish in Stockholm, Sweden. We perform concerts at our home church several times per year. We also have concerts and gigs around Stockholm and other parts of Sweden

Among the choir’s favorite composers you’ll find Bach, Poulenc, Pärt and Schnittke. The chance of hearing this type of music is therefore great at the next SOVE-concert. Through the years we’ve sung first ever performances of pieces composed by Geijlo, Mäntyjärvi and Rehnqvist.

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