Classical music, opera, ballet and dance in Oslo, Norway

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March 2017
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OsloKORK in the Aula

Hillborg, Glass, Rimsky-Korsakov
The Norwegian Radio Orchestra; Karen Kamensek; Tora Augestad

OsloKORK Chamber Concert - Einar Kyvik Bauge with friends

Shostakovich: Piano Quintet in G minor, Op.57
Einar Kyvik Bauge; Ole Christian Haagenrud; Musicians from Norwegian Radio Orchestra

OsloEun Sun Kim

Weber, Mahler, Mendelssohn
The Norwegian Radio Orchestra; Eun Sun Kim

OsloKORK in the Aula

Rachmaninov, Prokofiev
The Norwegian Radio Orchestra; Anna-Maria Helsing; Marianna Shirinyan

OsloHadelich and Harth-Bedoya

The Norwegian Radio Orchestra; Miguel Harth-Bedoya; Augustin Hadelich

OsloMaster Graduation Concert - Norwegian Academy of Music

Dvořák, Suk
The Norwegian Radio Orchestra; Nils Erik Måseidvåg; Kyung Jun Lee
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Oslo Phil plays an all-Norwegian programme

Despite the home advantage, the orchestra played it safe, but there was wholesome folky fun to be had with Halvorsen and Tveitt.
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An early start to Easter: Bach in Oslo

The Balthasar-Neumann-Chor and Ensemble performed a deeply moving, if slightly uneven, St John Passion, setting off the Oslo Church Music Festival.
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The calm before the storm: Pärt, Strauss and Shostakovich with the Oslo Phil

The storm prevailed under Stefan Solyom – perhaps inevitable with Shostakovich – but quieter moments in the Strauss were beautifully handled by Lise Davidsen.
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Portents of Heaven: Gabrieli, Bach and Mahler in Oslo

The Oslo Philharmonic played finely tuned Gabrieli and virtuosic Bach, finishing with a surprisingly sinister performance of Mahler's Fourth Symphony.
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A man’s world: Bieito’s Carmen revived in Oslo

The revival of Calixto Bieito's Carmen in Oslo proves a bumpy ride, with uneven singing and orchestral playing, saved by Katarina Bradić's captivating portrayal of the title heroine.
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Rossini ex machina: La Cenerentola in Oslo

With his first foray into Rossini, Norwegian director Stefan Herheim turns La Cenerentola into a brilliantly funny spectacle, filled with thought provoking humour and outstanding singing.
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