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8.-10. NOVEMBER 2019, NYNORSKENS HUS, OSLO


BRAHMS PÅ 123

WELCOME TO A THREE DAY EXPLORATION INTO THE LIFE AND MUSIC OF JOHANNES BRAHMS. INTERNATIONALLY ACCLAIMED CLASSICAL MUSICIANS MEET TRADITIONAL MUSICIANS, ACADEMICS AND STUDENTS IN A FESTIVAL EMBRACING THE STAGE, THE WRITTEN WORD, CONVERSATION, DANCE, AND OF COURSE, MUSIC.

FESTIVAL HOME: NYNORSKENS HUS, OSLO and The Norwegian opera and ballet

TICKETS WILL BE RELEASED 1st July 2019.

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8.-10. NOVEMBER 2019, NYNORSKENS HUS, OSLO


BRAHMS PÅ 123

WELCOME TO A THREE DAY EXPLORATION INTO THE LIFE AND MUSIC OF JOHANNES BRAHMS. INTERNATIONALLY ACCLAIMED CLASSICAL MUSICIANS MEET TRADITIONAL MUSICIANS, ACADEMICS AND STUDENTS IN A FESTIVAL EMBRACING THE STAGE, THE WRITTEN WORD, CONVERSATION, DANCE, AND OF COURSE, MUSIC.

FESTIVAL HOME: NYNORSKENS HUS, OSLO and The Norwegian opera and ballet

TICKETS WILL BE RELEASED 1st July 2019.

Click here to purchase a festivalpass

Click here to purchase tickets for concerts at Nynorskens Hus

For tickets to concerts at The Norwegian Opera and ballet, please scroll down to our programme page where you will find a link to ticket sales.

PROGRAMME


PROGRAMME

PROGRAMME


PROGRAMME

Friday 8th November 2019 - Nynorskens Hus Kl. 19.00

«Brahms på 123 - Festival Opening Concert»

Wiegenlied op.49 nr. 4 - Torje Råbu (violin) & Owen Sørbye Davis (cello)

String Quintet in F Major op.88 - Engegård Quartet & Eivind Holtsmark Ringstad (viola)

Rapsodi op.79 nr. 2 - Nils Anders Mortensen (piano)

selection from Waltzer op.39, Nils Anders Mortensen, Bengt Forsberg (piano duo), Lilly Zetterberg (dance)

Piano trio nr.1 in B-Major, op.8 - Guy Braunstein (violin), Rafael Rosenfeld (cello), Bengt Forsberg (piano)

Saturday 9th November 2019 -The Norwegian National Opera and Ballet, Bjørvika

10.00 - «Brahms for barn og unge» Brahms for children and young people

A surprise program especially for younger audiences and performed by young performers.

12.00 «Brahms først og sist»,

Serenade op.11 nr. 1 in D major

Clarinet Quintet in B minor op.115

15.15 «Johannes Brahms – geniets genanse» ‘A self-effacing genius’

A lecture in Norwegian by Morten Carlsen, professor of viola, Norwegian Academy of Music



16.00 - «Brahms Zigeunerlieder»

String Quartet in B-flat Major op.67 - Engegård Quartet

Zigeunerlieder op.103 - Marta Fontanels-Simmons (mezzo-soprano) & Bengt Forsberg (piano)

Waltzes op.39 - Nils Anders Mortensen, Bengt Forsberg (piano duet) & Lilly Zetterberg (dance)

Piano Quartet in G minor op.25 - Guy Braunstein (fiolin), Eivind Holtsmark Ringstad (viola), Rafael Rosenfeld (cello),



Sunday 10th November 2019 – Nynorskens Hus

12.00 «Brahms Ungarske Danser» - Brahms Hungarian Dances

An entertaining informal café concert with festival artists and young performers

To include Hungarian Dances nr. 1-5 with Oslo youth orchestras; Nordberg Strykeorkester, Vestre

Aker Strykeorkester, Oslo Musikk- og Kulturskole conducted by Arvid Engegård

16.00 - Brahms "Frei aber einsam"

introduced by Morten Carlsen

from Schumann’s F-A-E Sonata«Intermezzo»

from Brahms F-A-E Sonata «Scherzo» - Alex Robson (fiolin) & Nils Anders Mortensen (piano)

String Quartet in A minor, op.51 nr 2 - Engegård Quartet

Violin sonata nr. 3 in D minor, op.108 - Guy Braunstein & Bengt Forsberg

19.00 «Brahms på 123 – Festivalfinale» Final festival concert

String sextet in B-flat major op.18 - Guy Braunstein (fiolin), Alex Robson (fiolin), Eivind Holtsmark Ringstad (viola), Juliet Jopling (viola), Jan Clemens Carlsen (cello) Rafael Rosenfelt (cello).

Brahms songs - Marta Fontanels Simmons (mezzo soprano) & Bengt Forsberg (piano)
Von Ewige Liebe - op.43 no.1
Die Mainacht - op.43 no.2
Vergebliches Ständchen - op.84 no.4 
Es Traumte mir - op.57 no.3

Zwei Gesänge Op 91 no. 1 Gestille Sehnsucht og no. 2 Geistliches Wiegenlied

Piano Quintet in F-minor op.34 - Engegård Quartet & Nils Anders Mortensen (piano)

A Festival Pass includes entry to all concerts at Nynorskens Hus, and 20% off tickets to concerts at The Norwegian Opera and Ballet.

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THE ARTISTS


THE ARTISTS

THE ARTISTS


THE ARTISTS

 

Engegård Quartet

Formed under the midnight sun in Lofoten in 2006, the Engegård Quartet has rapidly become one of Norway’s most sought after ensembles. Their bold, fresh interpretations of the classical repertoire combined with a deep attachment to their Scandinavian roots has attracted international acclaim, and inspired some innovative partnerships and programming. The quartet’s debut CD was praised as ‘breath-taking’ in The Strad, while their second release won Pizzicato magazine’s ‘Supersonic Award’. Their CD of works by Grieg, Sibelius and Olav Anton Thommessen was praised by Tully Potter in Music Web International as ‘what Grieg lovers have been waiting for. Recent CD releases include Mozart’s ‘Prussian Quartets’ and the complete string quartets of Schumann.

The Engegård Quartet has a busy concert schedule throughout Scandinavia and further afield. They have performed in some of Europe’s finest venues including the Mozarteum in Salzburg and Prague’s Rudolfinum, as well as performing in South America with concerts in Bogotá and Sao Paolo. Festival performances include the Delft Chamber Music Festival, SoNoRo Festival in Bucharest, and Heidelberg’s Streichquartettfest. Members of the quartet are also deeply involved in bringing superb chamber music to Norway – Arvid Engegård as founder of the Lofoten International Chamber Music Festival, and Juliet Jopling as artistic director of the Oslo Quartet Series.

The Engegård Quartet has had the honour to work with (among others) András Schiff, Leif Ove Andsnes, Christian Ihle Hadland, and Emma Johnson. They also love to collaborate with colleagues from different musical traditions, including a folk/classical fusion with Hardanger fiddler Nils Økland, a collaboration with jazz-violinist Ola Kvernberg, and a programme of Ibsen and late Beethoven with actor Bjørn Sundquist. The Engegård Quartet’s own ‘1-2-3 mini-festival’ has proven immensely popular and is now a regular event each year. ‘Beethoven 1-2-3’ is planned for November 2018, and will provide a feast of chamber music, song, piano works and lectures.

The Engegård Quartet is supported by the Norwegian Arts Council.

Engegård Quartet - photo: Espen Mortensen

Engegård Quartet - photo: Espen Mortensen

Marta Fontanals-Simmons (mezzo-sopran)

Highlights in the 2018/19 season for British-Spanish mezzo-soprano Marta Fontanals- Simmons include her debut at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden as Hel in the world premiere of Gavin Higgins The Monstrous Child at the Linbury Theatre, Amando Le Grand Macabre  with the NDR Elbphilharmonie Orchester and Alan Gilbert, and a return to Glyndebourne Festival Opera for Zweite Dame Die Zauberflöte. Recent highlights include her debut at the Teatro Real, Madrid as Jennie Hildebrand in Weill Street Scene, Zweite Dame Die Zauberflöte  for Garsington Opera, the European premiere of Alasdair Nicolson Shadows on the Wall – Five Hauntings for BBC Radio 3 at  Barbican Hall, and Berlioz La Captive with the BBC Symphony Orchestra conducted by Pascal Rophé. In future seasons, Fontanals-Simmons will make her debut for Monte-Carlo Opera and return to the Teatro Real, Madrid.

Recent operatic highlights also include Cherubino Le Nozze di Figaro  for Garsington Opera and at the Théâtre Champs Elysées, Paris, her Glyndebourne debut as Lapák The Cunning Little Vixen , the title role La Cenerentola  for Diva Opera and Kate Pinkerton Madama Butterfly for the Glyndebourne Tour and for Grange Park Opera. On the concert platform, recent highlights include Vaughan Williams Serenade to Music with Sakari Oramo at the Last Night of the Proms, Mendelssohn Elijah  with CBSO at Birmingham Symphony Hall, Mahler Das Lied von der Erde at Oxford Lieder Festival, Vivaldi Gloria at the Royal Festival Hall with the Philharmonia Orchestra, L’Enfant et les Sortilèges with Stéphane Denève and the Radio-Sinfonieorchester Stuttgart, Mozart Requiem with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Bach Mass in B Minor with Ryan Wigglesworth at the St Endellion Festival, Mozart Mass in C Minor at St John's Smith Square, and Handel Messiah  with Lawrence Cummings at the London Handel Festival, Stravinsky Les Noces at Queen Elizabeth Hall, Haydn Harmoniemesse with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and a concert at St John's, Smith Square celebrating the music of Michael Hurd.

A keen exponent of contemporary music, Fontanals-Simmons most recently premiered the role of Ursula in the Royal Opera House and Glyndebourne coproduction of David Bruce Nothing, recorded two new songs cycles (Damsel, Wife, Witch by Glyndebourne composer in residence Lewis Murphy and Letters from Home by award-winning composer Benjamin Ellin), and performed Jonathan Harvey Songs of Li Po  with Richard Baker at Barbican Hall which was broadcast live on BBC Radio 3. She is also a passionate recitalist and has performed at the Wigmore Hall, St Martin-in-the-Fields, and St James's Piccadilly.

Marta Fontanals-Simmons - photo: Victoria Cadisch

Marta Fontanals-Simmons - photo: Victoria Cadisch

Guy Braunstein (violin)

Violinist Guy Braunstein was born in Tel Aviv and studied under the guidance of Chaim Taub and later in New York with Glenn Dicterow and Pinchas Zuckerman.

He started performing as an international soloist and a chamber musician at a young age and has since performed with many of the world’s greatest orchestras and conductors.  His chamber music collaborations have included projects with Issac Stern, András Schiff, Zubin Mehta, Maurizio Pollini, Yefim Bronfman, Daniel Barenboim, Sir Simon Rattle, Mitsuko Uchida and Angelika Kirschlager to name a few.

He was the youngest person ever to be appointed concertmaster of the Berliner Philharmoniker in 2000, a position he held for twelve years before leaving to pursue his solo career.

Recent highlights include the position of Artist-in-Residence with the Trondheim Symphoniker for the 17/18 season which showcased Guy’s multi-faceted musicianship with projects as both conductor and soloist. Further highlights include concerto debuts with Maggio Musicale Fiorentino & the Tampere Philharmonia. Recent conducting highlights include debuts with the Queensland Symphony Orchestra as well as returns to the Pierre Boulez saal for recital performances at the Elbphilharmonie with the Hamburger Symphoniker, where he holds the position of Associate Artist. Highlights in 18/19 include return concerts as both soloist and conductor with the Trondheim Symphoniker and Hamburger Symphoniker as well as a concerto debut with the Ulster Orchestra. Guy will also debut with the Israel Chamber Orchestra as both soloist and conductor in the same concert.

Guy plays a rare violin made by Francesco Roggieri in 1679.


Guy Braunstein - photo: Boaz Arad

Guy Braunstein - photo: Boaz Arad


Eivind Holtsmark Ringstad (viola)


Eivind Holtsmark Ringstad was born in 1994 and lives in Oslo, Norway. He started to play the violin at the age of 5, and moved to the viola as his main instrument aged 14. He is currently a student at Barratt Due Institute of Music, studying with Soon-Mi Chung and Henning Kraggerud.

In 2012 Eivind won the prestigious music competition Eurovision Young Musician in Vienna and since has established himself as one of Norway’s most important young talents. In recent years he has also received the Arve Tellefsen Prize, Øyvind Berghs Memorial Prize, the Karoline Prize and the Statoil Award. Recently, Eivind was announced as a fellowship winner of the Borletti-Buitoni Trust. He is also chosen to be one of 3 artists that will take part in the Crescendo mentorship program, a program for outstanding musicians on the verge of an international career. The program is a joint venture between the Bergen International Festival, the Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra and the Barratt Due Institute of Music, and is founded to let young musicians with extraordinary soloist potential meet top international musicians through coaching, performance and personal contact. During Spring 2016 the Crescendo artists will be mentored by Leif Ove Andsnes and Janine Jansen.

As a soloist Eivind has already performed with such orchestras as the Oslo Philharmonic and the NRK Orchestras.

Eivind is a prolific chamber musician and has been in demand in Norway already for some years. Recent invitations have seen him perform at the Elverum, Oslo, Stavanger and Risør Chamber Music Festivals and he is now a regular guest at the Bergen International Music Festival. Festival partners have included such names as Akiko Suwanai, Henning Kraggerud, Lars Anders Tomter, Tanja Tetzlaff, Itamar Golan, Håvard Gimse, Christian Ihle Hadland and Leif Ove Andsnes.

Highlights of the 2015-16 season will include his debut with Copenhagen Philharmonic Orchestra and Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra with violinist Guro Kleven Hagen performing Mozart’s Sinfonia Concertante. Spring 2016 includes concert engagements with Trondheim Symphony Orchestra and Bergen International Music Festival. He will also return to the Oslo Philharmonic orchestra performing Walton viola concerto.

Eivind Holtsmark Ringstad plays on a Guadagnini viola from 1768, kindly on loan from Dextra Musica.

Eivind Holtsmark Ringstad - photo: Nikolaj Lund

Eivind Holtsmark Ringstad - photo: Nikolaj Lund

Raphael Rosenfeld (cello)

Rafael Rosenfeld studied with Walter Grimmer in Zurich College with David Geringas in Lübeck. Encounters with artists such as Sándor Végh, György Kurtág, Ferenc Rados, András Schiff, Radu Lupu, Steven Isserlis, and Bernard Greenhouse additionally influenced his musical development. In December 2000 he won first prize at the Geneva International Music Competition.

Rafael is solo cellist of Zurich’s Tonhalle Orchestra on a part-time basis and divides his time between soloistic, chambermusic, and orchestral and teaching duties. As a member of the Merel Quartet, Rafael Rosenfeld appears regularly at major concert venues like Wigmore Hall London, Concertgebouw Amsterdam and Tonhalle Zurich; also is the Quartet guest at many festivals, including the Ittingen Whitsun Concerts, the Lucerne Festival, the Salzburger Festspiele, the Menuhin Festival Gstaad, Kunstfest Weimar and the Musikfestwoche Meiringen. He has been the chamber music partner of András Schiff, Heinz Holliger, Joshua Bell, Alexander Lonquich, Nobuko Imai, Tabea Zimmermann, Dénes Várjon and Daniel Phillips, among others. He is also a member of the Lucernefestival Orchestra with Claudio Abbado and the Cappella Andrea Barca with András Schiff.

Since 2005 he is Professor for Cello at the Hochschule für Musik in Basel.

Raphael Rosenfeldt - photo: Stefan Gawlick

Raphael Rosenfeldt - photo: Stefan Gawlick

Bengt Forsberg (piano)

The Swedish pianist, Bengt Forsberg (pronounced 'Foshbarrye'), pursued courses at the Royal Academy of Music in Gothenburg (Göteborg), Sweden, training to become a church organist and cantor, but by the time of his graduation in 1978 had shifted to piano, in which he obtained his diploma. He then continued his training with Peter Feuchtwanger in London and Herman D. Koppel in Copenhagen.

Bengt Forsberg is one of Sweden's leading pianists and is particularly esteemed as a recital accompanist. He has become known for his wide repertoire and his constant interest in finding neglected music. In 1999, he performed Nikolai Medtner's Second Piano Concerto with the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra, played as part of the multi-piano recitals in performances of Igor Stravinsky's The Wedding and George Antheil's Ballet mécanique in Copenhagen, and the solo part in Leonard Bernstein's Age of Anxiety Symphony with the Malmö Symphony Orchestra. His repertoire includes piano solo works of Erich Wolfgang Korngold, Charles-Valentin Alkan, Emmanuel Chabrier, and Kaikhosru Shapurji Sorabji, and his recordings include compositions by Godard, Boëllmann, Koechlin, Gabriel Pierné, and Alfvén. As a soloist, chamber musician and accompanist he eagerly promotes also music by lesser-known composers such as Medtner, Suk, Sigfrid Karg-Elert and others, as well as rarely-heard music by more well-known composers such as Gabriel Fauré, Sibelius, César Franck, Messiaen, Janacek, John Ireland, etc.

Bengt Forsberg may be the most esteemed and in-demand accompanists. Among the artists he regularly accompanies are cellist Mats Lidström and violinist Nils-Erik Sparf. With the well-known mezzo-soprano Anne Sofie von Otter he has maintained a long-standing partnership resulting in many recordings on the Deutsche Grammophon label, including a Gramophone "Record of the Year" Award for 1995 for their program of songs of Edvard Grieg. He and Anne Sofie von Otter also collaborated in the BIS label's ongoing complete Sibelius project. Forsberg also records for Hyperion when partnering with Lidström, and has several releases on the Caprice Records label.

Bengt Forsberg has a strong interest in French music of the 1800s, and in 1999 began a Camille Saint-Saëns series for Hyperion. He continues to keep a relationship with church music as the director of the chamber music series of the All Saints Church in Stockholm. He is also an organist.

Bengt Forsberg

Bengt Forsberg

Nils Anders Mortensen (piano)

Nils Anders Mortensen was the recipient of the prestigious "Concerts Norway Debutant of the Year" award for 1996. This in turn led to a recital tour of of Norway and a debut concert in the Great Hall of the University of Oslo. He performed in the USA and Germany after winning the Sicilian IBLA Grand Prize piano competition. In 1998 he won the Mozarteum Prize in Salzburg. Mortensen has appeared as soloist with Norway's leading orchestras. He performed Grieg's Piano Concerto in A Minor with the Norwegian Radio Orchestra during the tradition-rich, festive closing concert of the 1998 Bergen International Festival. He repeated the performance with the Oslo Philharmonic in 2000.

Mortensen has played at chamber music festivals in Stavanger, Oslo, Lofoten, and Risør, among others. He recorded the piano concertos of Geirr Tveitt with the Stavanger Symphony Orchestra. In recent years, Mortensen has made recordings as a chamber musician, exploring the Norwegian repertoire, both new and old. His solo album "Im Freien", with music of Debussy, Grieg, and Bartok, was released in 2012. His recording "Veslemøy Synsk" with Marianne Beate Kielland received a Grammy nomination. He has contributed to many recordings of Norwegian Radio and Television (NRK). Mortensen received the Robert Levin Memorial Prize at the 2004 Bergen International Festival. At the 2006 festival he was soloist for Olav Anton Thommessen's "Glassperlespill", which was performed for the first time in its entirety.

Nils Anders Mortensen was born in Flekkefjord in 1971 and began playing piano at age three. In 1986 he won the Norwegian Young Pianist Competition. He studied at the Norwegian Academy of Music, École Normale in Paris, and Hochschule für Musik und Theater in Hannover. His most important teachers have been Einar Steen-Nøkleberg, Tatjana Nikolajeva, and Hans Leygraf.

Nils Anders Mortensen appears by courtesy of Scene Finnmark.

 
Nils Anders Mortensen foto: Per Kirkesæther

Nils Anders Mortensen foto: Per Kirkesæther

Lilly Zetterberg (Ballettdanserinne)

Lilly studied at the Royal Swedish Ballet School in Stockholm, the Palucca School in Dresden and the Boston Ballet School. She danced as a member of the Nashville Ballet ll in Tennessee.

Lilly has been dancing Isadora Duncans choreographies since the age of 4 with Lilla Baletten in Stockholm directed by Kathleen Quinlan.

As well as studying the choreography and technique with Kathleen Quinlan in Stockholm, she has studied with Lori Belilove in NYC, Barbara Kane in London and Amy Swanson in Paris. All 3rd generation Duncan dancers.

Now Lilly has been performing the Isadora Duncan choreographies all around Sweden and Europe with concert pianist Roland Pöntinen and Henrik Måwe.

Lilly Zetterberg foto: Tina Axelsson

Lilly Zetterberg foto: Tina Axelsson


Morten Carlsen (kunstnerisk rådgiver, forfatter og foredragsholder)


Morten Carlsen er professor i bratsj ved Norges musikkhøgskole. Han underviser også fiolin og kammermusikk og holder foredrag, forelesninger og seminarer om talentutvikling, øving, interpretasjon,strykerhistorie og musikkfilosofiske temaer. Han har undervist ved defleste norske konservatoriene og vært gjestelærer ved mange europeiske høgskoler, blant annet i flere år ved Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst, Wien og Paris-konservatoriet (CSNM). I en årrekke underviste han unge talenter ved Barratt Dues musikkinstitutt.

Som utøver har Morten Carlsen innehatt ledende orkesterstillinger,spilt kammermusikk med fremragende kolleger og vært solist og gjort innspillinger. Fascinasjonen ved de filosofiske sidene av utøving og undervisning har ledet til foredrag og artikler om øving, utøverhistorie og oppføringspraksis, talentutvikling m.m.

Morten Carlsen har utgitt en samling tekniske øvelser for bratsj/fiolin kalt Vademecum. En artikkel med tittelen «Practice as Self-Exploration» ble utgitt som del av antologien Philosophy of Music Education challenged: Heideggerian Inspirations på Springer forlag i2014. I 2017 kom boken Å tolke musikk, skrevet sammen med Henrik Holm, ut på Universitetsforlaget.

Morten Carlsen

Morten Carlsen

Torje Gunvaldsen Råbu

Torje Råbu was born in Oslo in 2006. He started to play violin when he was six and joined the neighborhood string orchestra. He attends a school program especially for children with interest in and talent for classical music, and is part of the Program for talented young musicians at Barratt Due Institute of Music. In 2018 he received a prize for his musical creativity. He is part of the project Young Philharmonic, whereby young musicians perform alongside the Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra. He plays in a duo, a quartet, and in two orchestras.

Torje Gundvaldsen Råbu

Torje Gundvaldsen Råbu

Owen Austen Sørbye Davis

Owen Austen Sørbye Davis is 13 years old and from Oslo. He started to play cello when he was eight and joined the neighborhood string orchestra (Nordberg). He attends a school program adjusted to children with interest in and talent for classical music and is part of the Program for Young Talent at Barratt Due Institute of Music. In 2018, Owen took first prize in the Midgard music competition (string 12-15 class).  Owen plays in a duo, a quartet, and in two orchestras

Owen Austen Sørbye Davis

Owen Austen Sørbye Davis

Safir Quartet

Quartet Sapphire comprises Amanda Noor Vatn (violin/viola), Philippe Jayer (violin/viola), Torje Råbu (violin/viola) and Iris Kalliovirta (cello). They all go in the same class at a school especially for children with an interest in and talent for classical music, and are all part of the programme for young talented musicians at Barratt Due Institute of Music. Cellist Kari Ravnan is their mentor. The quartet is also involved in the program for young quartets at the Oslo Quartet Series. In 2019 they won their chamber music class in a national competition for young classical musicians. They have played concerts as part of Oslo Quartet Series and at several concert venues in Oslo, among them at the Royal Castle.

Quartet Safir

Quartet Safir


Nordberg Strykeorkester

Nordberg Strykeorkester er eit nyetablert strykeorkester med individuell undervisning på Tåsen, Kringsjå og Korsvoll skoler på fiolin, bratsj, cello og bass. Dei har no ca. 90 medlemmer. Alderen på medlemmene er mellom 5 og 17 år. Lærarar og dirigentar er mellom landets mest profilerte musikarar og har også tilknyting til bydelen (t.d. Juliet Jopling, Øyvind Bjorå, Arvid Engegård, Mari Lerseth, Maren Nygård, Audun Hareide, Vivian Sunnarvik, Stine Rem Aarønes, Sunniva Carmen Fossum, Einar Bergem, Kathrine Hvinden Hals og Vebjørn Stuksrud). Det er orkesterøvingar kvar veke for Juniororkesteret, Barneorkesteret og Ungdomsorkesteret, med konsertar ca. seks gonger i året. Orkesteret har kammermusikkseminar kvart semester for dei mest interesserte barna. Orkesteret, som er drive av eit frivillig styre, er ein viktig del av livet på Nordberg. Dei har regelmessige konsertar i Nordberg kyrkje og på dei tre skulane Tåsen, Kringsjå og Korsvo

 
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TICKETS & PRACTICAL INFO


tickets & practical info

TICKETS & PRACTICAL INFO


tickets & practical info

Tickets

will be availble on TicketCo from 1st of July.

Priority booking

opens on 15th June for subscribers to Friends of the Engegård Quartet på 123.

Festival pass:

A Festival pass costs kr.600 and includes all Brahms på 123 concerts at Nynorskens Hus, 8th and 10th November.  In addition, holders of a festivalpass can purchase tickets at 20% discount for Brahms på 123 concerts at Den Norske Opera og Balletten on 9th November.  https://operaen.no/?gclid=EAIaIQobChMI_rfWw9Xg4gIVwaQYCh3coQdjEAAYASAAEgIeuPD_BwE

Accommodation and Catering

Hotel Bondeheimen is the nearest hotel to Nynorskens Hus. Reduced rates are available to Friends during Brahms på 123
See information about Friends rates for more information.  

Nynorskens Hus, Hotel Bondeheimen and restaurant Kaffistova
are all within the same building.  They are within a short walking distance from the Stortinget and National Teatret Underground stations situated right in the heart of Oslo.

Nynorskens Hus, Rosenkrantz Gate 8, 0159 Oslo
 

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Friends


FRIENDS

Friends


FRIENDS

 Friends og Engegård Quartet På 123

We are pleased to be able to offer a range of benefits to Friends of the Engegård Quartet ‘På 123’. By becomig a Friend you will be eligible for a variety of discounts and promotions, dependent on the type of subscription you choose. Furthermore your contribution is immensely valuable to us since it helps provide financial support towards the running of the ‘På 123’ festival.

We aim to acknowledge all subscribers to the Friends programme as valued supporters of the festival. There are three levels of membership available, starting from just NOK 300 per year. (Festivalvenn, Festivalvelgjører og Festivalbenefaktor - for full details please see below). We hope you will consider an annual subscription and help us in securing the future of ‘På 123’.

To become a friend, please select a category of membership and submit by bank transfer the relevant annual subscription fee to the Account Number IBAN: NO9439300879091/SWIFT SPTRNO22. Please remember to include your name, e-mail and telephone number. If you have any questions, or would like further information regarding the Friends of Engegård Quartet på 123, please contact Margaret Rensvik; margaret.rensvik@gmail/tel: +47 913 41 239.

Festivalvenn, 300,- per annum

- Free festival programme
- Priority/early bird booking
- Acknowledgement with name in the festival programme (you may of course choose to opt out should you so wish)
- 20% discount on all tickets (except festivalpass)
- 20% discount on any other concerts which the Engegård Quartet promote themselves.

Festivalvelgjører, 500,- per annum

- Free festival programme
- Priority/early bird booking
- Name in the festival programme (you may of course choose to opt out should you so wish).
- Discount on hotel booking at Hotell Bondeheimen during the festival period
- 10% discount on food in the Hotell Bondeheimen restaurant.
- Free entry to lecture ‘Geniets genanse’ with Morten Carlsen at The Norwegian Opera and Ballet (In Norwegian).
- 30% discount on all tickets except the festivalpass
- 30% discount on any other concerts which the Engegård Quartet promote themselves..

Festivalbenefaktor, 2500,-per annum 

- The same benefits as festivalvelgjører, plus
- A reception with festival musicians and volunteers
- Specially reserved seating in all concerts

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CONTACT INFO


CONTACT

CONTACT INFO


CONTACT

Sarah C Aker

Manager - Engegård Quartet
Mobile: + 47 92261724
Email: sarah (at) engegardquartet.com

www.engegardkvartetten.no

 

Festival ARTISTIC DIRECTORS - Arvid Engegård and Juliet Jopling

Mobile: + 47 41507981 (Arvid), +47 94402534 (Juliet)
Email: arvid (at) engegard.com, post (at) engegardquartet.com

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