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Crowbar & Brewery

Oslo's largest microbrewery serves a variety of beers brewed in-house as well as numerous beer types made by other manufacturers. Crowbar's industria...

Oslo

Karlsborg Spiseforretning

Restaurant in a historic villa by Ekeberparken Sculpture Park. Karlsborg was built in 1863 and restored for the opening of the park in 2013. Karlsborg...

Lofthus

Hardanger Hostel

Hardanger Yout Hostel is beautifully located, overlooking the Hardangerfjord and Folgefonna glacier. The outdoor area is very large. The youth hostel o...

Kinsarvik

Bråvoll Camping

Bråvoll camping is beautifully located by the Hardangerfjord by RV 13, and is a perfect starting point for hiking in the Hardangervidda plateau. Short...

Bergen

Friday 29 May 2015

Rosary Meditations

Melancholy and mystery. In this atmospheric concert Biber's Rosary Sonatas enjoy the company of compositions and improvisations by the Norwegian...

Bergen

Monday 01 Jun 2015 to Tuesday 09 Jun 2015

Drop-in Concert

Quality concerts in an informal setting! Everyone is welcome to drop in and enjoy a broad variety of music presented by students and staff from The...

Paradis

Thursday 28 May 2015

Magnus Holmander

Candidate for Sweden – clarinet Magnus, born 1993 in Askim, attends the Royal Academy of Music in Stockholm, and has won several Swedish prizes. He co...

Paradis

Thursday 28 May 2015

Eva Thórarinsdóttir

Candidate for Iceland – violin Eva, born 1986 in Reykjavik, gained a place at the Yehudi Menuhin School of Music in Surrey at the age of twelve, and...

Bergen

Saturday 06 Jun 2015

The Academy's Selection: Ensemble concert with 1B1 Bergen

Students from the Grieg Academy (University of Bergen), the University of Stavanger and the University of Agder, led by professor Jan Bjøranger....

Bergen

Sunday 07 Jun 2015

​Leif Ove Andsnes & Friends III

Bartók, Tchaikovsky and Brahms 'Tchaikovsky's Souvenir de Florence is ecstatic, Brahms is even more sombre and melancholic than usual, and Bartók comb...
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