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Quartet Berlin-Tokyo/ Rolf Lislevand Trio

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DINING ROOM

Quartet Berlin-Tokyo:
Tsuyoshi Moriya - violin, Dimitri Pavlov - violin, Eri Sugita - viola, Ruiko Matsumoto - cello

PROGRAMME
Anton von Webern: Six bagatelles for string quartet opus 9
Ludwig van Beethoven: String quartet opus 59 no 1


LOUNGE

Rolf Lislevand Trio:
Rolf Lislevand - lute, Marco Ambrosini - nyckelharpa, André Lislevand - alto­ gambe

PROGRAMME
At the intersection of folk music and baroque


The concert is part of the 2014 Oslo Chamber Music Festival. 
Tickets at billettservice.no.

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Where:Oscarshall
8/23/2014
Sat
1:00 PM
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DINING ROOM Quartet Berlin-Tokyo: Tsuyoshi Moriya - violin, Dimitri Pavlov - violin, Eri Sugita - viola, Ruiko Matsumoto - cello PROGRAMME Anton von...

Quartet Berlin-Tokyo/ Rolf Lislevand Trio

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