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10-12 NOVEMBER 2017, NYNORSKENS HUS, OSLO


MOZART PÅ 123

10TH - 12TH NOVEMBER 2017

 

a festival organised by

the engegård quartet and NYNORSKENS HUS with friends

 

WELCOME TO A THREE DAY EXPLORATION INTO THE LIFE AND MUSIC OF WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART. INTERNATIONALLY ACCLAIMED CLASSICAL MUSICIANS MEET FOLK MUSICIANS, DANCERS, ACADEMICS AND STUDENTS IN A FESTIVAL EMBRACING THE STAGE, THE WRITTEN WORD, CONVERSATION, DANCE, AND OF COURSE, MUSIC.

 

FESTIVAL HOME: NYNORSKENS HUS, OSLO

SUNDAY 7PM CONCERT IN UNIVERSITY'S AULA

 

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10-12 NOVEMBER 2017, NYNORSKENS HUS, OSLO


MOZART PÅ 123

10TH - 12TH NOVEMBER 2017

 

a festival organised by

the engegård quartet and NYNORSKENS HUS with friends

 

WELCOME TO A THREE DAY EXPLORATION INTO THE LIFE AND MUSIC OF WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART. INTERNATIONALLY ACCLAIMED CLASSICAL MUSICIANS MEET FOLK MUSICIANS, DANCERS, ACADEMICS AND STUDENTS IN A FESTIVAL EMBRACING THE STAGE, THE WRITTEN WORD, CONVERSATION, DANCE, AND OF COURSE, MUSIC.

 

FESTIVAL HOME: NYNORSKENS HUS, OSLO

SUNDAY 7PM CONCERT IN UNIVERSITY'S AULA

 

EXPERIENCE THE WHOLE FESTIVAL WITH A FESTIVAL PASS FOR JUST 700 NOK

buy tickets here

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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PROGRAMME


PROGRAMME

PROGRAMME


PROGRAMME

ALL EVENTS ARE IN NYNORSKENS HOUSE APART FROM SUNDAY 7PM, which is IN oslo university's AULA.

FrIDAy 10th november 2017

6.30pm: Evening Concert "Mozart 1"

Allegro di molto from the Divertimento in B flat major KV 137 – Engegård Quartet
"My love for Mozart" with Kjell Hillveg (in Norwegian)
Menuett from KV 156 with a young quartet from Nordberg String Orchestra, and Den mangfaldige scenen
Official welcome
Das Veilchen KV 476, Der Zauberer KV 472, Sei Du Mein Trost KV 391 and Sehnsucht nach dem Fruhling KV 596 (Kom mai, du skjønne milde) - Eir Inderhaug and Christian Ihle Hadland

INTERVAL

Fantasia in d minor KV 397 -  Christian Ihle Hadland
"KV 1" -  Knut Erik Sundquist and Christian Ihle Hadland
String Quintet in G minor KV 516 – Engegård Quartet and Michael Grolid

INTERVAL

Adagio and Fugue in c minor KV 456 - Oslo Camerata lead by Arvid Engegård
Piano Concerto  in A major KV 414 – Martin Roscoe and Oslo Camerata


SATURDAY 11th NOVEMBER 2017

12pm: Coffee Concert

Allegro fra Eine Kleine Nachtmusikk in G major KV 525 - Nordberg String Orchestra
"Mythbusting Mozart" with Gunnar Sæther (in Norwegian)
Piano Sonata in F major KV 332 - Martin Roscoe
String Quintet in C major KV 515 – Engegård Quartet and  Henninge Landaas


3pm: Afternoon Concert "Mozart 2"

String Quartet in C major, "Dissonance Quartet"  KV 465 – Engegård Quartet
Piano Sonata in B flat major KV 333 – Christian Ihle Hadland
Divertimento in D major KV 205 – Arvid Engegård, Juliet Jopling, Knut Erik Sundquist, Maksim Semenov and Rune Brodahl

6pm: A BALL IN MOZART'S NAME

A theatrical presentation of the young Mozart, and a huge dance party, with contredanse, polonaise, waltzes and Leopold Mozart's Toy Symphony. Directed by Morten Espeland and Erlend Samnøen, Dance lead by Vegar Vårdal

With Oslo Camerata, Songlag i BUL, Blåne,  Nordberg Strykeorkester, Den mangfaldige scenen, Leikarringen i BUL, Bærum Ball selskap and the audience!

SUNDAY 12TH NOVEMBER 2017 

4pm: Afternoon Coffee Concert

Kegelstatt Trio KV 498 with Martin Roscoe, Leif Arne Pedersen and Juliet Jopling
Leopold Mozarts ”Gründliche Violinschule” - Morten Carlsen with Nordberg String Orchestra and Den mangfaldige scenen
"Mozart and the Enlightenment" with Morten Carlsen (in Norwegian)
Divertimento in D major KV 334 - Arvid Engegård, Alex Robson, Michael Grolid, Knut Erik Sundquist, Maksim Semenov and Rune Brodahl


7pm: Evening Concert "Mozart 3" in Oslo University's Aula

Divertimento in F major  KV 138 – Oslo Camerata
Rondo in A major KV 386 - Christian Ihle Hadland and Oslo Camerata
Arias from The Marriage of Figaro and Don Giovanni with Eir Inderhaug and Oslo Camerata; with introductions by Kjell Hillveg
Contredanse KV 123 - Oslo Camerata
Symphony in A major KV 201 - Oslo Camerata 

 

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THE MUSICIANS


THE MUSICIANs

THE MUSICIANS


THE MUSICIANs

ENGEGÅRD QUARTET

Arvid Engegård & Alex Robson – violins
Juliet Jopling – viola Jan Clemens Carlsen – cello

Formed under the midnight sun in Lofoten in 2006, the Engegård Quartet has rapidly become one of Norway’s most sought after ensembles. The quartet’s debut CD was praised as ‘breath-taking’ in The Strad, while their second release won Pizzicato magazine’s ‘Supersonic Award’. More recently, their CD of works by Grieg, Sibelius and Thommessen was praised by Tully Potter in Music Web International as ‘what Grieg lovers have been waiting for’.

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, Prague’s Rudolfinum, Museu de Arte de São Paulo in Brazil. 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 founder and co-artistic director of the Oslo Quartet Series.

The Engegård Quartet has had the honour to work with (among others) Sir András Schiff, Leif Ove Andsnes, Christian Ihle Hadland, and Emma Johnson MBE. They also love to collaborate with colleagues from different musical traditions, including fusions with hardanger fiddler Nils Økland and with jazz violinist Ola Kvernberg, and a programme of Ibsen and Beethoven with actor Bjørn Sundquist. The Engegård Quartet is very excited to be performing a new string quartet composed by Olli Mustonen this season.

The Engegård Quartet is supported by the Norwegian Arts Council.

CHRISTIAN IHLE HADLAND - PIANO

Christian Ihle Hadland, born in 1983, is one of Norway’s most exciting pianists. He was hailed by the Norwegian press as “a unique musician who, artistically speaking, could fill each and every international concert platform” following his debut solo recital in 2008 in the Norwegian Opera House. Christian was only fifteen years old when he made his debut as soloist with the Norwegian Radio Orchestra. He has had a number of prestigious engagements as soloist with the Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra, the Swedish Radio Orchestra, the Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra, the Danish Radio Orchestra, the BBC Philharmonic and the BBC Symphony Orchestra.

Ihle Hadland is already much in demand as a chamber musician, and has appeared several times in the Wigmore Hall and at top international festivals including Risør Chamber Music Festival, Schleswig Holstein Music Festival, Bergen Festival and Kissinger Summer. He chamber music partners have included Janine Jansen, Henning Kraggerud, Lars Anders Tomter, Tabea Zimmermann, Clemens Hagen, Christian Poltera and Truls Mørk.

Christian Ihle Hadland released his debut solo album in april 2010 for Simax Classics, of works by Chopin and Schumann for their 200th anniversary, to great international acclaim. Several other recordings have followed, including Mozart’s Piano Concertos No. 21 and 22 with the Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Arvid Engegård, and his recording of Grieg’s Holberg Suite for which he received the Spellemans Prize.

In 2009, Christian was awarded the Statoil Prize for Young Classical Musicians, and the same year he became joint Artistic Director of Stavanger Chamber Music Festival. Hadland was chosen to take part in BBC Radio 3’s New Generation Artists Progamme in 2011.

MARTIN ROSCOE - PIANO

With an extraordinary career spanning over 4 decades, Martin Roscoe is unarguably one of the UK’s best loved pianists. With a repertoire of over 100 concertos performed or recorded Martin works regularly with many of the UK’s leading orchestras, having especially close links with the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra, BBC National Orchestra of Wales, BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, Hallé, Manchester Camerata, Northern Chamber Orchestra and with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, where he has had over ninety performances. Martin has worked with many eminent conductors, including performances with Sir Simon Rattle, Sir Mark Elder and Christoph von Dohnányi.

An equally prolific recitalist, Martin has also performed regularly across Europe, the Far East, Australasia and South Africa. His chamber music partnerships include long-standing associations with Peter Donohoe, Tasmin Little and the Endellion and Maggini Quartets as well as more recent collaborations with such artists as Jennifer Pike, Ashley Wass, Matthew Trusler and the Brodsky and Vertavo Quartets.

Having had over 500 broadcasts, including seven BBC Prom appearances, Martin is one of the most regularly played pianists on BBC Radio 3. Martin has also made many commercial recordings for labels such as Hyperion, Chandos and Naxos. Martin is in the process of recording the complete Beethoven piano sonatas for the Deux-Elles label. The first three discs have been released to unanimous critical acclaim. The second disc includes the Waldstein Sonata, and was proclaimed on BBC Radio 3 as “one of the truly great recordings of the Waldstein Sonata”

Martin lives in the beautiful English Lake District. Being in this wonderful place provides inspiration and relaxation, and also enables him to indulge his passions for the countryside and hillwalking.

EIR INDERHAUG - SOPRANO

Eir Inderhaug comes from Stavanger, and her career took off at an early age when she won NRK’s Talentiade in 1991. Eir has sung with most of Norway’s symphony orchestras and has toured with Rikskonsertene, Riksteatret and Det Kongelige Teater in Copenhagen where Inderhaug made her debut as Barbarina in The Marriage of Figaro in 1999. In the same year, Eir sung the title role as Giulia in Rossini’s Silk Ladder in Malmö. Inderhaug was awarded the prestigious Shell Prize in 2001.

From an engagement at the Opera in Nürnberg in 2002-2003, Eir moved to the Deutsche Oper am Rhein until 2005, singing main roles in Mozart, Rossini, Bizet and Strauss. Inderhaug has appeared in several other main opera houses in Europe, including in Bremen, Bayerische Statsoper in Munich, Copenhagen, Berlin and Gothenburg.

Eir has appeared several times in title roles for the Norwegian Opera, including Ligeti’s Le Grand Macabre, and has sung Morton Feldman’s opera “Neither” on several occasions.

Eir Inderhaug is well known in Norway for her portrayal of Gudrun in the Play of St. Olav, a role which she has developed over 14 years, and for which she was awarded the Stiklestad Prize in 2006. Eir is also much loved for her protrayals of Solveig in Peer Gynt, Kristin Lavransdatter, and Haugtussa.

KNUT ERIK SUNDQUIST - DOUBLE BASS

Knut Erik, born in 1961, is a North Norwegian double bass player with a top international career. Sundquist appears regularly in Europe’s most prestigious halls. He is also much loved in his role as a “stand-up-bassist”.

Following some years as a jazz musician, Knut Erik studied classical bass in Vienna. He enjoyed a successful career as an orchestra bass player including with the Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra, the Norwegian Chamber Orchestra, the Norwegian Baroque Orchestra, Ensemble Modern in Frankfurt, Mahler Chamber Orchestra and Luzern Festival Orchestra.

As a chamber musician, Knut Erik has been active in Susanne Lundeng’s Midnight Sun Trio. With musicians including Martha Argerich, Claudio Abbado, Arvid Engegård and Leif Ove Andsnes, Knut Erik has toured the world.

Knut Erik Sundquist was awarded the Nordlys Prize in 2006. He was employed by Military Band of North Norway from 1993 to 2008, and teaches now at the University of Tromsø as well as being employed by Culture in Tromsø.

LEIF ARNE PEDERSEN - CLARINET

Leif Arne Pedersen has been the Oslo Philharmonic's Principal Clarinettist since 1990, and has received numerous mentions in the national and international press for his orchestral solos. Following studies with Knut Henriksen, Bendt Neuchs Sørensen in København and Larry Combs in Chicago, he worked for two years in the Army's Military Band, then won the position of Co-Principal Clarinet in the Bergen Philharmonic in 1987. He was appointed as Co-Principal Clarinet in the Oslo Philharmonic in 1988. In 1996 Leif Arne performed Rolf Wallins Concerto for Clarinet and Orchestra with the Oslo Philharmonic, and has been soloist with all of the main Norwegian orchestras. Pedersen has appeared in chamber music festivals in Europe, South America and Asia, taught at the Norwegian Academy of Music from 1991-2001, and was the Artistic Director of the Norwegian Naval Military Band from 2003-2008.

HENNINGE LANDAAS - VIOLA

Henninge began to play the violin already at the age of three. Her final exam in both violin and viola in 1996 was awarded top marks. Henninge was a founding member of the Trondheim Soloists, appearing both as principal viola and as soloist. Landaas has appeared as soloist with several orchestras including the Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra and Trondheim Symphony Orchestra, and Henninge lead the violas in the Norwegian Chamber Orchestra for several years. Henninge Landaas now leads the violas in the Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra, a position she won in 1996. Landaas was the Vertavos violist from 1994 to 2010, touring the world and releasing several CDs, including quartets by Brahms, Bartok, Nielsen, Schumann, Grieg and Debussy. Henninge Landaas plays on a J. B. Guadagnini viola, on loan from Musica Dextra.

MICHAEL GROLID - VIOLA

Michael Grolid (born in 1997) is from Ås in Norway, and has played the violin and viola since he was seven years old. He is currently studying at with Peter Herresthal at Barratt Due Music Institute. Michael was a finalist in the NRK Competition "Virtuos" in 2016, winning the Audience Prize. In addition to playing the viola, Michael composes, and in 2014 his Overture for Hardanger fiddle and Orchestra was performed by the Barratt Due Symphony Orchestra at the Norwegian Opera and Ballett.  Grolid has performed his own Viola Concerto with the Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra, Trondheim Symphony Orchestra and the Norwegian Radio Orchestra (KORK). In October 2016, the Oslo Philharmonic premiered "Fanfare",  a work they had commissioned from Michael Grolid. 

RUNE BRODAHL - HORN

Rune Brodahl is from Sandnes and began to learn the cello at the age of 8, turning to the horn as a teenager. Rune was awarded the Shell Prize in 1994 and won his position as Principal Horn in the Norwegian Opera orchestra in 1995. Rune has worked as solo hornist in the Gothenburg Opera, the Finnish National Opera, the Norwegian Chamber Orchestra and Ensemble Modern in Frankfurt. Rune is a leading member of Musicians Bridge, an organisation which works with young musicians in Bolivia

MAXIM SEMENOV - HORN

Maxim is Principal Horn in the Norwegian Opera.

KJELL HILLVEG - CONCERT INTRODUCTIONS

Kjell Hillveg, born in 1943, is a Norwegian music critic, radio presenter, lecturer and lover of classical music. He managed the classical CD department of the Norwegian Music Publishing House until it closed in 2012. Together with Stein Eide, Hillveg presented the radio programme “Clearly a Classic” for NRK’s P2 and also occasionally presented P2’s “Call in the music”.

Hillveg started his career as a music journalist in the newspaper ”Frisprog” and subsequently worked for many years for Aftenposten. Since May 2008, Kjell Hillveg has had his own column in Dagsavisen where he reviews classical CDs.

Kjell Hillveg appeared several times on the Norwegian TV programme “Counterpoint”, and won this musical quiz competition on numerous occasions. He was awarded the Spellemans Prize in 2000 for his contribution to Norwegian music life, and in 2008, Kjell Hillveg was knighted with the St. Olav’s Order.

MORTEN CARLSEN - MOZART AND THE ENLIGHTENMENT; LEOPOLD MOZARTS SCHOOL OF VIOLIN PLAYING

Morten studied the viola with Hatto Beyerle at the Music Academy in Vienna (1976-1982). Following his studies, Morten enjoyed a career as principal viola in the  Orchester der Beethovenhalle, Bonn and Radiosinfonieorchester in Stuttgart (1984-1988). Back in Oslo, where he performed his debut solo recital in Oslo University's Aula in  1981, he won the position of Co-Principal in the Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra, (1988-1994). Morten Carlsen has played chamber music with leading European musicians (Thomas Brandis, Enrico Bronzi, Henning Kraggerud, Lars Anders Tomter among others) and has appeared as soloist with several Norwegian orchestras. Several composers have written works for him, including Wolfgang Plagge and Terje Bjorklund (who has written a wonderful Viola Concerto for Morten). He is a professor at the Norwegian Academy of Music where he also teaches violin, and gives lectures with related exercise books on topics such as practicing, musical interpretation and the development of talent. Carlsen has also taught at several other higher Norwegian music institutions. He has been a visiting professor at a number of foreign educational institutions, including regularly at the Universität der Künste, Vienna and Paris Conservatory. For years he visited also the Academy in Weimar.

GUNNAR SÆTHER - Mythbusting Mozart

Gunnar is passionately involved in researching Mozart's life, in particular his final five years, and in uncovering the truth about this genius. 

OSLO CAMERATA

Oslo Camerata is the “Orchestra in Residence” at Barratt Due Music Institute. Founded in 1998, Oslo Camerata has an international reputation with regular visits to festivals and concert halls throughout Europe, India and Brazil. Oslo Camerata has toured for Rikskonsertene, and has appeared in NRK TV productions, including performing Haydn’s Cello Concerto with Truls Mørk. Henning Kraggerud is engaged as Oslo Cameratas regular guest leader.

The orchestra is made up of professional musicians and young talents from Barratt Due Music Institute, who gain invaluable professional experience. With their concert series “Live” in Gamle Logen, Oslo Camerata has created a platform where young talents meet professional musicians and top international soloists. Young soloists are also given regular opportunities to perform concertos with Oslo Camerata. The orchestra has worked with soloists including Ivry Gitlis, Truls Mørk, Julian Rachlin, Misha Maisky, Henning Kraggerud, Arve Tellefsen and Ole Edvard Antonsen.

Their recording of Grieg’s Holberg Suite was nominated for a Spellemans Prize in 2006. Several other recordings have received rave international reviews. Between 2008 and 2014, Oslo Camerata was heavily involved in a music project “Aprendiz” in Niteroi, Brazil. The project included teaching, chamber music and orchestral playing for children in the favales.

Oslo Camerata is grateful for support from the Norwegian Arts Council, Oslo County Council and Dextra Musica.

VEGAR VÅRDAL - DANCE MASTER

Vegar Vårdal is a folk musician and dancer who lives in Vågå in Gudbrandsdalen. He plays both the normal violin and the hardanger fiddle. His was educated at the Norwegian Music Conservatoire and the Folk Music Institute in Trondheim. Vegar is known for his energetic, playful and all-round musicianship, and is greatly respected in the folk music world.

Vegar was awarded the Artists Scholarship in 2017, and will be working with developing the audience for folk music. He composed a new work for the national folk music competition in 2016; “Don’t be shy, kiss me”, for amateur and professional dancers and musicians. Vårdal is at home with jazz, contemporary, pop and barock music. Vegar took part inNorway’s delegation to the Biennale in Venice in 2015, with the Camille Norment Trio, which appeared the following year at the Bergen Festival.

Together with the folk singer Øyonn Groven Myhren, Vegar is working on ancient manuscripts from the National Library, comparing performance practise in barock and folk music, particularly in the field of dance. This spring, Vegar will be working with Indra Lorentzen to create a new solo show based on the various folk music dialects in Norway. Vegar Vårdal curates the dance- and children’s stage for Riksscenen in Oslo, and has choreographed dances for NRK TV productions. A much sought after teacher, Vegar is employed by the Norwegian Music Conservatoire, the folk music course in Vinstra, Grieg Academy in Bergen and Ole Bull Academy.

MORTEN ESPELAND - CHOREOGRAPHER

MORTEN Espeland graduated from the National Theatre School in  1998. He made his debut at The National Stage as Peter in Anne Frank. Espeland was "The Boy" in Den 25. timen, for which he was nominated for the Hedda Award in 1999. Morten was employed by the Norwegian Theatre from 1999 to 2011 where he performed (among others) Sganarell in Don Juan, Brother in Så blir det stilt, Klaus in Neverland, Alba in Don Carlos, Bidger in Verdas mest forelska par, and Karpati in Den arabiske natta.  Morten Espeland was awarded the Hedda Prize for best supporting role for Karpati in 2009. Espeland has also performed in Don Juan  – et nachspiel and Demoner 2014 at the National Theatre. 

ERLEND SAMNØEN - CHOREOGRAPHER

Erlend Samnøen studied ballet at the National Ballet School from 1999-2002. His dance performances include: Bankerått (National Theatre), Lindås (Black Box Teater among others, created by Eirik Fauske) and Hamburger Allee (Black Box Teater, created by Henriette Pedersen). He has choreographed, among others: Verdas mest forelska par and Frank (The Norwegian Theatre), Spring AwakeningEt dukkehjemDen siste viking (Trøndelag Theatre) and Et spansk stykke (National Theatre). Erlend Samnøen has received the following scholarships: National Artists Scholarship in 2005 and 2007, and the Norwegian Dance and Choreographer's Scholarship in 2009. 

NORDBERG STRING ORCHESTRA

Nordberg String Orchestra is a neighbourhood children’s orchestra founded in 2010. It grew unbelievably quickly, having now a stable membership of 90 children between the ages of 5 and 15 years old. It has grown to encompass three orchestras, several chamber music groups, and teaching on all the string instruments. The teachers and conductors are among Norway’s most successful musicians, including Mari Lerseth, Juliet Jopling, Arvid Engegård, Øyvind Bjorå, Vivian Sunnarvik and several more prominent pedagogues. Nordberg String Orchestra provides and fun yet ambitious cultural role in a neighbourhood otherwise completely obsessed with sport. The children receive weekly individual teaching, weekly orchestra, and at least twice a year, and seminar away from home. Seminar leaders have included Håvard Svendsrud (traditional Norwegian and Swedish dance music), Atle Sponberg (tango), Arvid Engegård (Grieg’s Holberg Suite) and this Spring, Solfrid Molland (gypsy music).

Nordberg String Orchestra is run by a voluntary board from the children's parents.

DEN MANGFALDIGE SCENEN

Den mangfaldige scenen (DMS) is a theatre group for children and teenagers. It welcomes 150 members every year between the ages of 6 and 28 years. Their focus is on individual expression and creativity, taking account of the varied and cultural backgrounds each child or teenager, and offering them a chance to develop their talents with professional actors. Our aim is to find new forms of expression through the meeting of different cultural heritages. DMS offers a platform for future artists. In 2016, our students have worked with Kai Johnsen, Bjørn Sundquist, Morten Espeland, Sarah Camille, Mette Karlsvik, Camara Joof, Liv Hege Skagestad, Ranveig Thon Bjørnestad, Morten Olaussen, Anders Nordhammer, Greg Riddell, Marius Nøkleberg, and Mara Trana. Students work together on a weekly basis and participate in regular seminars, always towards a performance of greater or lesser size. Together with the Norwegian Theatre, DMS was awarded the Norwegian audience prize, and has been sited as an important sourceof inspiration for a Danish children’s theatre. DMS has enjoyed wide acclaim with their performance of Pavlovs tispe (Joof/Johnsen) which they performed for 40 000 teenagers in Norway/the North in 2016/2017. DMS is part of BUL in Oslo, the Norwegian Theater and Norwegian Youth, and it’s home is Nynorskens hus. 

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NYNORSKENS HOUSE


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NYNORSKENS HOUSE


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NYNORSKENS HOUSE

Nynorskens House was opened in 2014 and aims to be a cultural arena in Norway's capital city, Oslo. It is a meeting point for a wide range of artistic expression - theatre, dance, music, language, debate, literature,  crafts, design and research, welcoming children, young people, adults, amateurs and professionals alike.  It is place to explore and experience the rich traditions of the Nynorsk language, to create new forms of expression, and to build knowledge and togetherness. Nynorskens Hus aims to contribute to the cultural development of Norway; providing a public arena for a diversity of genre. Our two main areas for focus in the coming years are Jon Fosse and chamber music. Nynorskens Hus aims to offer the language of Nynorsk to a wider public. 

NYNORSKENS HOUSE, ROSENKRANTZ' GATE 8, 0159 OSLO 


«We are very happy to be working with the Engegård Quartet to present Mozart på 123. This minifestival will shape Nynorskens House's profile Autumn 2017.»
 

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TICKETS & PRACTICAL INFO


tickets & practical info

TICKETS & PRACTICAL INFO


tickets & practical info

Experience the whole minifestival with a Festival Pass for just 700 NOK. 
Tickets will be on sale from 1st September 2017

Accommodation and Catering

Hotel Bondeheimen is offering reduced rates during Mozart på 123
Send an email to the Engegård Quartet's Manager for more information

Kaffistova is open for the whole festival, and will be offering a "Mozart" menu.
Hotel guests, and festival pass holders, will receive 20% off. 

Festival pass holders will be offered a 10% reduction on traditional Norwegian clothing and more at Heimen Husflid.

Nynorskens Hus, Hotel Bondeheimen, Kaffistova and Heimen Husflid
are all within the same building.  They are within a short walking distance of 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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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

Artistic director for Nynorsken house, the Den mangfaldige scenen and festival artistic advisor - liv hege skagestad

Mobile: + 47 41507981 (Arvid), +47 94402534 (Juliet), +47 48099809 (Liv Hege)
Email: arvid (at) engegard.com, post (at) engegardquartet.com or liv.hege.skagestad (at) bul.no

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FINANCIAL SUPPORT

Nynorskens House and the Engegård Quartet are very grateful to the Bergensen Foundation, Norwegian Arts Council and Oslo Kommune for support towards Mozart på 123. 

PARTNERS

We are very happy to be working with Oslo Camerata, Den mangfaldige scenen, Nordberg Strykeorkester, Oslo University, Songlag i BUL, Blåne

Leikarringen i BUL and Bærum Ball selskap on this wonderful festival.