Nina Persson and Martin Hederos are giving intimate concerts on The Royal Dramatic Theatre

By on April 27, 2017

Vi är alla andra is an intimate staged concert in two acts focusing on covers. Will be played at Målarsalen on 8, 9 and 10 June.

To interpret others’ songs – is it a form of theater? In Vi är alla andra depths Nina Persson and Martin Hederos together with actors from the Royal Dramatic Theatre in other people’s song treasures and life stories and give the songs a new life. Among other things, attention is paid to Connie Converse, housewife in New York, in the 1950s and considered the first modern singer-songwriter. Even Nina Persson’s own songs are exposed to experiments.

To play your favorite songs in your own way is a pretty unbeatable pleasure. Playing favorite songs made by friends and acquaintances is even better, a bit like thief watching into their inner. You compare with things you know happened and think you understand what it’s all about, often you’re completely wrong … says Martin Hederos.

– It will be very exciting and interesting to performe in this setting and to have access to the Royal Dramatic Theatre’s scene, actor and scenography. It opens up for a whole new dimension of possibilities and expressions that differ from what we both tend to be used to, says Nina Persson.

Nina Persson is a singer and songwriter. She is the front figure in the pop band Cardigans, and has released albums as soloist under her own name and as A Camp, together with Nathan Larson and Niclas Frisk.

Martin Hederos is a musician with the past in the band Soundtrack of Our Lives, now a member of groups such as Hederos & Hellberg and Tonbruket. He has, along with the latter, participated on the Royal Dramatic Theatre in the performances Undertiden, Mannen utan minne and Kärleken kommer att skilja oss åt. In March 2017 he solo debuted with Piano Solos, with his own compositions.

The tickets were released on April 25 at 12 pm on dramaten.se and in the Royal Dramatic Theatre’s ticket office.

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