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Lindberg´s music had plenty of colours and spunk...the lamentation of Lindberg´s score was memorable indeed.
The London Times

Not since the Vaughan-Williams´ tuba concerto has there been such beautiful melodic writing for a brass instrument
Chicago Sun Times

Lindberg underscored his credentials as a serious conductor with a barnstorming account of Sibelius´s Second Symphony...
The Guardian, London

You could stick a kazoo in his hands,
and he’d sell the concert hall out

The New York Times

Lindberg as a conductor was a tremendous experience. Nothing is left to chance in his hands.
Review German conducting dèbut Deutsche Staatsphilharmonie

He led a performance of Sibelius´ Second Symphony
that I never expect to hear bested

US conducting debut, Phoenix Symphony Orchestra

…totally in harmony with Tchaikovsky´s own intention with neither excesses nor understatements, but with the passion always present.
Dagens Nyheter

Successful with restrained force, earnestness and psychological calculus, a masterful performance by the highly ambitious conductor Lindberg.
Südwestpresse, Stuttgart

Lindberg is an accomplished composer and the
Concerto was the highlight of the evening

World Premiére Tuba Concerto

He gives classical music a completely new face.
With the lightness of a ballet dancer he created a light,
crisp and fresh interpretation.

Conducting Debut Lahti Symphony Orchestra

The next time this marvel is in town, don´t stay away
The London Times

...a force of nature. His energy and enthusiasm are unrivaled and he understands how to establish an instant connection with an orchestra.
Hans Verbugt, Royal Flemish Philharmonic

His body language is part of his success…the car industry in Scandinavia might be in crisis, but when it comes to music can only say: Respect Old Swede!
Nürnberger Zeintung



CHRISTMAS TREAT NO 9: Did you know that there are some new kids on the block in the Classical Music Scene? They are making a huge name in the music business under the pseudonym Egnon/McLindley, and are the ones who made this arragement for 8 trombones of Deck the Halls. The group  wants to stay anonymous much like  Philemon Arthur and the Dung, but it is uncertain if they will manage this in the very open world of internet. Future will tell.


Philemon Arthur and the Dung has managed to stay anonymous for over 50 years!

CHRISTMAS TREAT NO 8: Did you know that the English-language lyrics for Deck the Halls were written by the Scottish musician Thomas Oliphant? They first appeared in 1862, in volume 2 of Welsh Melodies, a set of four volumes authored by John Thomas, including Welsh words by John Jones (Talhalarn) and English words by Oliphant. The repeated "fa la la" goes back to the earlier Welsh and may originate from medieval ballads. The first known publication of the melody "Nos Galan", is from "Musical and poetical relicks of the Welsh bards"(1794) by Edward Jones:


CHRISTMAS TREAT NO 7: Did you know that the Símon Bolívar Symphony Orchestra just came back from a very successful tour of Russia? Their first concert in Moscow with music by Beethoven and Stravinsky received stunning reviews and ovations from a spellbound russian audience. We are therefore extremely proud over having them as our artists on European Gramophone in THE OVERTURE OF THE OVERTURES, GUILLAUME TELL, as well as Sandström´s amazing concerto for two trombones and orchestra.


CHRISTMAS TREAT NO 6: Did you know that Christian Lindberg has perfomed Sandström "Motorbike Concerto" more than 700 times? And Sandström´s second trombone concerto "Don Quixote de la Mancha" more than 300 times! Sandström´s Double Concerto "Echoes of Eternity" has an even bigger potential to beat those two, since it is specifically written for Lindberg as conductor/trombonist featuring the solo trombonist of each orchestra! Here it is with the magnificent solo trombonist of Símon Bolívar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela, Pedro Carrerro, that is featured together with Christian Lindberg. ENJOY IN FOUR DAYS!!!


CHRISTMAS TREAT NO 5: Did you know that rumors tell it that Rossini was so fond of food, and so fat, that he lay in his bed composing most of the day, putting the manuscript-paper on his belly while composing, throwing them one by one on the floor, and when his butler came with the food that he ate in his bed, he told him to pick them up and take them to the copyist.


CHRISTMAS TREAT NO 4: Did you know that almost every member of El Sistema in Venezuela knows, or at least has known once in their life, Rossini´s Overture to Guillaume Tell by memory? Christian Lindberg remembers one of his lifes greatest musical impressions back in 2012, when he heard 4 different orchestras within El Sistema playing Beethoven 9, Prokofiev 5, Tchaikovsky 4 and Handel Messiah all by memory! The concert where this live recording is from was one of the highpoints of Christian Lindberg´s musical experience3s as conductor!