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Kon-Tiki Chamber Music Festival

Kon-Tiki Chamber Music Festival Photo: Kon-Tiki Classical Music Fest
Kon-Tiki Chamber Music Festival

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The 2015 Kon-Tiki Chamber Music Festival (prev. Kon-Tiki Classical Music Fest) is held at the Norwegian Maritime Museum.

In addition to festival director David Coucheron (violin), performing musicians are Julie Coucheron (piano), Efe Baltacigil, (cello) and the internationally renowned tenor Josef Kaiser.

The programme includes trios by Beethoven and Mendelssohn.

Online tickets and detailed program will be available at the festival's home page in May.

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  • Festivals Festivals
  • Classical Classical

Event details

Where:Norsk Maritimt Museum
8/11/2015 - 8/15/2015
Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri and Sat

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Bus No.30 > Bygdøynes
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Kon-Tiki Chamber Music Festival

The 2015 Kon-Tiki Chamber Music Festival (prev. Kon-Tiki Classical Music Fest) is held at the Norwegian Maritime Museum. In addition to festival direc...

Kon-Tiki Chamber Music Festival

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