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Salle: Oslo University: Aula

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AdresseProblemveien 7
Oslo
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Norvège
Google maps59° 56' 24.884" N 10° 43' 15.846" E
octobre 2019
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OsloStrauss og Mahler

Strauss R., Mahler
The Norwegian Radio Orchestra; Miguel Harth-Bedoya; Ann-Helen Moen

OsloBare orkester!

Bacewicz, Martin, Tchaïkovski
The Norwegian Radio Orchestra; Miguel Harth-Bedoya

OsloKORK in the Aula - Johan Dalene

Hindemith, Ravel, Sarasate, Dvořák
The Norwegian Radio Orchestra; Miguel Harth-Bedoya; Johan Dalene

OsloBrahms, Jansen, Janowski

Brahms
Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra; Marek Janowski; Janine Jansen

OsloBeethoven, Engegård

Beethoven
Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra; Arvid Engegård
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Vinegar, marimbas and trolls in Oslo

© Ultima Festival 2016 | Andreas Turau
As part of Oslo's Ultima festival, wind bands Sjøforsvarets musikkorps and Det Norske Blåseensemble dazzle with a programme of works by contemporary Norwegian composers.

Fun and games open Oslo Chamber Music Festival

Leif Ove Andsnes and Håvard Gimse © Kristin Bolgård
Thursday's opening of the Oslo Chamber Music Festival showed an enticing bredth of programming, showcasing a wide array of new and old music, all performed with utter conviction.

A chilling Winterreise in Oslo

Ian Bostridge and Håvard Gimse gave a chilling performance of Schubert's Winterreise, but much of the emotional impact got lost in theatricalities.

Un chant du cygne danois

En programmant trois compositeurs scandinaves majeurs, le Danish National Chamber Orchestra a donné un concert des plus émouvants.

Oslo Chamber Music Festival off to a lukewarm start

Saturday's opening concert of the Oslo Chamber Music Festival was something of a lukewarm experience, yet it occasionally shone with ravishing Beethoven and deeply engaging Bartók.