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About our website

Who took the photos? Why do we use social media? And what are cookies? Here you can find out more about our website.

Photographs

All photos on this website were taken by photographer Ulla-Carin Ekblom, unless otherwise stated. Visit photographer Ulla-Carin Ekblom website.external link, opens in new window

Social media

Örebro Concert Hall and the Swedish Chamber Orchestra can be found on:

Örebro Concert Hall at Facebookexternal link

Örebro Consert Hall at Instagramexternal link

Swedish Chamber Orchestra at Twitterexternal link

We aim to address a wide target audience and, naturally, would like to communicate via popular media. Social media comprise an excellent channel for dialogues and getting to know what our visitors think of us. We update our pages with current events and provide you with a look behind the scenes at the concert hall and the chamber orchestra. So why not follow us?

Cookies

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Örebro Concert Hall cookies

Örebro Concert Hall uses cookies to gather information about how visitors use our website. This can include which pages are most popular, which operating systems or web browsers our visitors use and whether visitors often encounter error messages on certain pages. This information is then used to develop and improve our website.

If you don't want to permit cookies

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Legislation on cookies

Under the Swedish Electronic Communications Act, everyone who visits a website that uses cookies must be informed that the website uses cookies and how they are used. You can read more about this at the Swedish Post and Telecom Authority's websiteexternal link, opens in new window

Questions about this website?

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our market coordinator Madelen Renner. Contact information for Madelen Renner.