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Kon-Tiki Classical Music Fest

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

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Kon-Tiki Classical Music Fest 2014 is held at the Norwegian Maritime Museum. The programme spans from classicism to contemporary classical, and includes work by Beethoven, Schubert, Paganini, Verdi, Pizolla and Grieg, among others.

The musicians hail from USA and Norway. In addition to festival director David Coucheron (violin), they are: Julie Coucheron, piano, Leah Partridge, soprano, Ernst Simon Glaser, cello, Jason Vieaux, guitar, and Teng Li, viola.  

Concerts last for about 90 minutes. New programme every day.

For more information, visit the festival's home page. Online tickets and detailed program will be available at the festival's home page in May. It is possible to reserve tickets now by phone, at number + 47 90 52 57 91.

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  • Classical Classical
  • Festivals Festivals

Event details

Where:Norsk Maritimt Museum
8/27/2014 - 8/30/2014
Wed, Thu, Fri and Sat
5:00 PM

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Bus No.30 > Bygdøynes
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Kon-Tiki Classical Music Fest 2014 is held at the Norwegian Maritime Museum. The programme spans from classicism to contemporary classical, and...

Kon-Tiki Classical Music Fest

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