Summer music at Drottningholm

During June and July, there will be summer music and musical services at Drottningholm Palace Chapel. The chapel was built in 1730, and is located in the palace's north round building.


Friday 21 June at 22:00
Music for Midsummer Night
Swedish folk songs and music by Willaert and Dowland
Teresia Frödinger (vocals) and Bengt Tribukait (organ)
Free entry

Musical services

Sunday 7 July at 16:00
Descriptive modernism and graceful Baroque
Music by Andrea Tarrodi, J.H. Roman and J.S. Bach
Featuring solo pieces by Madeleine Isaksson and Tárrega
Per Gross (recorders) and Mårten Falk (guitar)
Free entry

Sunday 14 July at 16:00
Chamber music on a summer's evening
Music by Bach, Vivaldi and Isabella Leonarda
Ann Wallström (violin) and Eva Karpe (organ)
Free entry

Sunday 21 July at 16:00
Our most beautiful Swedish songs
Music by F. Mendelssohn, A.F. Lindblad and John Farmer
Singers from St Anna's Vocal Ensemble
Free entry

Sunday 28 July at 16:00
Baroque organ music for four hands
Music by composers including Vivaldi, Pachelbel and Bach
Roberta Sciacco and Leyile Yekta (organ)
Free entry

Drottningholm Palace Chapel

Drottningholm Palace Chapel was opened in 1730, and has been in continuous use ever since. The chapel belongs to the Treasurer of the Court and is part of the Royal Court Parish, but Lovö Parish conducts services in the chapel on the last weekend of each month, and all are welcome to attend. Concerts are also held here during the summer and at Christmas.

In recent years, Princess Leonore, Prince Nicolas, Prince Alexander, Prince Gabriel and Princess Adrienne have all been christened at Drottningholm Palace Chapel.

Image: Drottningholm Palace Chapel during Princess Adrienne's christening on 8 June 2018. Photo: Sanna Argus Tirén/

Drottningholm Palace Chapel.

There is free entry to the concerts at Drottningholm Palace Chapel. Photo: Anders Wiklund/TT