A classical concert with one of Sweden’s finest pianists, Anna Christensson, is slated March 21 in Rosersbergs slottshotell. I met her last week in a group interview with the events team. (Here’s a link to my article about her upcoming piano concert)
I would love to go to this concert. She will be playing among others Ravel, one of my favorites. But we booked to go to Knut’s party that day. (By the way, a French film with a lot of Ravel’s music is “A Heart in Winter”. Just in case you want to take a peak into the life of a violin restorer and a concert violinist).
It’s been over three years since I last visited Rosersberg Palace. July 2011. In my old blog I wrote: “And here I am in the terrace. There’s a café here now. But what a primitive café! Cards are not accepted – only cash,
and the lone personal that served (that day?) was such a GROUCH! Never again will I spend a cent at that café.”
So I was surprised upon my 2015 visit, how the whole place has been improved. The interiors are luxurious and comfortable. The service, friendly. And you can pay with card. 🙂 It’s now far from the primitive coffeeshop that I described three years ago.
I enjoyed very much the noon I was there. I hope to come back when it’s warmer. The palace will be open for guided tours in the warmer months.
After my visit, I went to the next assignment – interview authors and film makers who took me to a fire exercise in Rosersberg.