Wine or music, whatever these notes are related to, their symphonies they will lead you throgh new ecstatic paths!
Fredensborg Wine Festival 2012
Learn wine secrets at this festival, choosing from a selection of over 125 varieties from New Zealand, South Africa, Italy, France, Spain, Canada, Denmark and more. You can also taste brandy, schnapps and specialty beers, and drinks are paired with cakes, chocolates and other specialties from the whole of Europe. The ticket buys you a tasting glass and a meal at Restaurant Fredensborghusene composed of a variety of tastes and flavours: Danish kalvepaté with an onion marmalade, chicken and parsley pesto, potato pancakes, pickled leeks and brie with apricot chutney and bread. This festival will take you through fragrances and colours that will lead you into the world of one of the most important gastronomic cultural expressions.
Restauranten Fredensborghusene, Bakkedraget 43, Fredensborg; Sat 12:00-17:00; tickets: 157kr; 4848 4141, 2144 6353; www.fredensborgvinfestival.dk
This is the edgiest festival to grace the streets of Copenhagen. Since 2006, the Wundergrund Festival has worked with Danish and international artists to bring new experimental music and sound art to Copenhagen. Without the boundaries of labels, “anything can happen” at Wundergrund, challenging clichés and assumptions, artists and audiences alike. Attend a variety of shows and expand your musical palette with the likes of Anne Hilde Neset and her story of radiophony’s influence on electric music at Literaturhus, or perhaps see Bjørn Nørgaard – the mastermind behind the modern tapestries hanging in Christiansborg Palace – at Byens Lys. Maybe something a little more classical is your taste, so stop by DR Koncerthuset to see the legendary DR Girls’ Choir perform ‘Et Lys I Mørket’ in a completely darkened hall. The possibilities at this festival are wild and endless.
Experience the intense sound of violinist Leila Josefowicz under the conductorship of the young and talented Edward Gardner in this interpretation of romantic English composer Edward Elgar’s Enigma Variations. You will also hearConcerto for Orchestra, a genre of music written in the interwar period, and pieces by Poland’s Witold Lutoslawski and Russia’s Sergej Prokofjev.
Koncerthuset, Koncertsalen, Emil Holms Kanal 20, Cph S; Thu (Nov 1) 19:30; tickets: 130-480kr; 3520 3040, www.dr.dk
Bella Center Outlet
Sales of overstocks, collection samples and much more – this is an unmissable chance to enrich your wardrobe and your house at 80 percent off regular prices.
Bella Center, Center Boulevard 5, Cph S; Fri 17:00-20:00, Sat & Sun, 10:00-17:00; www.cphmoda.dk
Værløse Handball Club Flea Market
Værløse Håndboldklub will organise a flea market to support their competitions and events. Take part in a raffle, drink coffee, eat some goodies (freshly baked muffins). and support the team!
Enjoy the last few days of the Barokdage Festival and a plethora of baroque music in the serene setting of the Gentofte castles, museums and churches. Music is performed by young musicians who specialize in baroque musical expression. You can enjoy solo concertos played with historical instruments like the harpsichord, the clavichord and organs. There will also be opportunities to learn classic baroque dances. Don’t miss this chance to step into the past.