Published July 19, 2016
These concerts, taking place at the Sigurjón Ólafsson Museum on Tuesday evenings during the summer, have become a tradition in the cultural life of Reykjavík. This month, you can enjoy Ingibjörg Azima Guðlaugsdóttir’s music set for the poems of her grandmother, Jakobína Sigurðardóttir new interpretations of ancient Icelandic folklore; or a concert celebrating beloved composer Jónas Tómasson with a selection of solo works from different periods of his career. The main hall of the museum seats 90 people and its warm acoustics are ideal for solos, duos and smaller chamber groups.
At Sigurjón Ólafsson Museum every Tuesday at 20:30 — Admission: 2,500 ISK