Listen to the Academy Chamber Choir of Uppsala
The Academy Chamber Choir of Uppsala has made many recordings, both on their own and in the company of other musicians and ensembles. Most of the recordings can be found on streaming services such as Spotify and Tidal. You are welcome to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org if you are insterested in purchasing records.
Sacred Treasures (2020)
This recording seeks to recreate a soundscape from St. Mary's Church, Lübeck, in the 17th century, parts of which could also be heard in Stockholm at the Royal Court and the German Church. The music is partly taken from the Düben collection. The album contains world premiere recordings of works by Paolo Quagliati (1555-1628) and Simone Vesi (active 1638-1667).
Dagens Nyheter wrote on September 13, 2020: "Here the Academy Chamber Choir of Uppsala and the Uppsala Consort under the direction of Stefan Parkman excel in music by Schütz, Tunder, Buxtehude, Vesi and Quagliati which in its vibrant beauty conveys the sensation of how all the horrors of the /thirty-year/ war have faded away like morning stars."
With soloists from the WDR Rundfunkchor Köln and Uppsala Consort. Conductor Stefan Parkman.
Rachmaninoff: All-night vigil, Op. 37 (2016)
The All-night vigil by Sergey Rachmaninoff is one of the true masterpieces of the choral a cappella repertoire. Soloists Annika Hudak, mezzo soprano, and Patrik Wallin, tenor. Conductor Stefan Parkman.
Winter sounds (2016)
With Karin Dahlberg, soprano, and Andrew Canning, organ. Conductor Stefan Parkman.
Music inspired by winter in different ways. The repertoire reflects all the aspects of the winter season, like Christmas, new year, snow, and our feelings about the dark time of the year and the winter light.
Mendelssohn & Mäntyjärvi: 3 Psalms (2012)
3 psalms includes Der 2. Psalm, Der 22. Psalm och Der 43. Psalm by Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, as well as Jaakko Mäntyjärvi's new compositions based on the same three texts. Conductor Stefan Parkman.
Swedish a cappella, Vol. 2: Paradiso (1999)
Swedish a cappella II, Paradiso, received its name from Edlund's Paradiso songs. The recording includes contemporary music by Edlund, Werle, and Lidholm. Baryton soloist Håkan Hagegård. Conductor Stefan Parkman.
Joseph Martin Kraus: Dirge for Gustav III (1998)
With Hillevi Martinpelto, Christina Högman, Claes-Håkan Ahnsjö, Thomas Lander, and the Drottningholm Baroque Ensemble. Conductor Stefan Parkman.
Music from the Düben collection. With the Drottningholm Baroque Ensemble. Conductor Anders Eby.
Schnittke: Symphony No. 4 & Requiem (1990)
With the Stockholm sinfonietta. Conductor Okko Kamu/Stefan Parkman.