Shades of Blue
Celia Linde has just released a new album on Proprius containing a wide variety of delightful impressionistic and atmospheric pieces and dances from around the world, together with eight of her own compositions, including a suite inspired by a dawn walk on the Great Wall of China. There are also duets with Carlos Barbosa-Lima, such as the famous Cavatina by Stanley Meyers. This 50-minute album also features works by Leo Brouwer, Gentil Montaña, Pablo Escobar, Joseph Canteloube, Sofia Gubaidulina and Reine Jönsson.
‘Guitarist Celia Linde has made an infinitely beautiful record, whose tender tone is just as intimate no matter how she moves across the globe, from Malmö to Paris or China to Latin America.’ – Dagens Nyheter
Episodes on a Journey
“The Duo Linde Mihalache” offers an international musical journey, drawing inspiration from Swedish, Balkan, and other sources from around the world, along with their own compositions and arrangements.
Latin American Guitar Music
On this CD Celia plays Latin American pieces for guitar by Heitor Villa-Lobos, Isaias Savio, Catullo Cearense, Zequinh Abreu, João Pernambuco, Manuel Ponce, Celia Linde, Antonio Lauro, Agustin Barrios and Alberto Ginastera.
Duo Kontra Linde
Anton Kontra, violin and Celia Linde, guitar plays music by Coste, De Falla, Gragnani, Granados, Nin, Paganini, Piazzolla and Scheidler.
The Nordic Trio brings together opera singer Gitta-Maria Sjöberg, violinist Tobias Durholm and guitarist Celia Linde for a colorful chamber music experience. The trio captures the very best of Swedish and Danish musical life, bridging the Oresund strait between the two countries to offer a varied repertoire through their new arrangements of Nordic ethic melodies, contemporary Danish/Swedish compositions together with familiar classical standards.