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Música clásica, ópera, ballet y danza en Oslo, Noruega

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OsloOpening concert: Orient-Occident

Jordi Savall; Hespèrion XXI; Moslem Rahal; Waed Bouhassoun

OsloEnsemble Allegria and Andreas Borregaard plays Haydn and Sallinen

Haydn, Sallinen
Ensemble Allegria; Andreas Borregaard

OsloIran through poetry and music

Marjan Vahdat; Tord Gustavsen; Ertan Tekin; Rune Arnesen

OsloBach & MacMillan - I saw Eternity

Bach, MacMillan
Nigel Short; Tenebrae

OsloWorld Premiere: B. Morten Christophersen: Credo, et Credis

Christophersen: Credo, et Credis
Vivianne Sydnes; Oslo Cathedral Choir; Kåre Nordstoga

OsloTenebrae – music for meditation and contemplation

Tallis, von Bingen, de La Rue, Tavener, Ludwig, Marquez Boquiren
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Mäkelä leads his Oslo troops in a gripping Shostakovich 5

Leif Ove Andsnes joins the Oslo Philharmonic in dynamic Rachmaninov before high-energy Shostakovich closes the season.

Norwegian National Ballet does justice to Pite's Light of Passage

Powerful and thoroughly absorbing living art. 

Klaus Mäkelä conducts a fluent Bach Mass in B minor in Oslo

Dead air swallows the acoustic, so it’s no wonder this orchestra and choir is busy raising funds to build its own concert hall in Oslo.

A love letter to the art of classical ballet: La Bayadère in Oslo

Norwegian National Ballet opened its new run of Natalia Makarova’s staging, with Whitney Jensen and Lania Atkins making outstanding impressions as Nikiya and Gamzatti. 

Alone and in love: Christoph Loy’s compelling new Onegin in Oslo

Chrisoph Loy's new Oslo production of Eugene Onegin only somewhat succeeds in its desire to create a meditation on loneliness, but superb musical performances still make it an utterly compelling piece of music theatre.

A directionless Mahler 9 in Oslo

Vasily Petrenko and the Oslo Philharmonic's Mahler Nine seemed unaware of what it wanted to be, resulting in a frustratingly directionless, disjointed concert.