Evening Church

Evening Church Thursday February 20th at 7-9,30 pm All who enter Hallgrimskirkja this evening will enter a quiet church lit with candle light. Evening Church is a collaboration project of Hallgrímskirkja and Dómkirkjan Cathedral. All are welcome to the quiet and silent sanctuary for prayer and meditation. No photographing or talking is allowed in the Read more about Evening Church[…]

Sunday service and Sunday school 23th February at 11am – Womens Day

Pastors: Rev. Irma Sjöfn Óskarsdóttir and rev. Sigrún Óskarsdóttir. Members in Hallgrímskirkja’s Lady Guilt will volunteer. Hallgrimskirkja Motet choir sings. Organist: Hörður Áskelsson. Sunday school is led by Karítas Hrundar Pálsdóttir and Ragnheiður Bjarnadóttir. Coffee after the service. And everybody is welcome. Like & share:

J. S. Bach’s St John Passion for tenor-soloist, harpsichord, organ and percussion.

J.S. Bach’s St John Passion for tenor-soloist, harpsichord, organ and percussion. Wednesday 4th of March at 8 pm Bach’s St John Passion will be performed by three exceptional musicians and with audience participation. This unique performance style of the St John Passion has been a huge hit in Germany and the Netherlands. Benedikt Kristjánsson tenor Read more about J. S. Bach’s St John Passion for tenor-soloist, harpsichord, organ and percussion.[…]

The trials of Jeremiah

THE TRIALS OF JEREMIAH Saturday 8th of February at 4 pm Hallgrímskirkja The musical group Corpo di Strumenti and alto Hildigunnur Einarsdóttir perform Charpentier’s Leçons de ténèbres and other pieces. The Trials of Jeremiah became the inspiration for a unique music form in 16th Century France called “Leçons de ténèbres” or “lessons in darkness”. These Read more about The trials of Jeremiah[…]

Organ concert in collaboration with Reykjavik Winter Lighs festival

Friday 7th February at 8pm Organist Kristján Hrannar Pálsson performs for the first time his piece: +2,0°C on Hallgrimskirkja’s Klais organ. Speaker in beginning of concert: Andri Snær Magnason, writer and poet. This event is in collaboration with Reykjavik Winter Lights festival. Admission: 2.500 ISK and the fee goes to charity. Ticket’s are sold on TIX.is. Like & Read more about Organ concert in collaboration with Reykjavik Winter Lighs festival[…]

TWENTY-YEAR ANNIVERSARY CONCERT OF A UNIQUE SAXONPHONE/ORGAN COLLABORATION

TWENTY-YEAR ANNIVERSARY CONCERT OF A UNIQUE SAXONPHONE/ORGAN COLLABORATION Thursday 6th of February at 8:15 pm Free entrance The organist Gunnar Gunnarsson and the saxophone player Sigurður Flosason celebrate the twenty-year anniversary of their unique collaboration focusing on religious hymns. The occasion will be celebrated with a special concert in Hallgrímskirkja where the duo will be Read more about TWENTY-YEAR ANNIVERSARY CONCERT OF A UNIQUE SAXONPHONE/ORGAN COLLABORATION[…]