Sara Chen violin
Catharina Chen violin
Ole Christian Haagenrud piano
Music inspires images and fantasies, but when one hears the tranquility of the forest, others hear the city noise. The music itself is such that it sometimes speaks to our imagination, other times it appeals more to our intellectual side.
In this programme, our musicians has chosen music that gives clear association to our imagination. And it is up to each of us to create our own stories.
Sergej Prokofiev Sonate for to fioliner, op. 56
1. Andante cantabile
Maurice Ravel Utdrag fra Alborada del gracioso fra ”Miroirs”
Sergej Prokofiev Sonate for to fioliner, op. 56 56
Trygve Madsen Fra 24 preludier og fuger, op. 101, nr 2
Nicolai Kapustin Fra Variasjoner for piano, op. 41
Eugène Ysaÿe Fra Sonata for Solo Violin, Op. 27, nr 2 «Jacques Thibaud»
Johann S. Bach Adagio fra Sonater og partitaer, No.1 g-moll, BWV 1001
Erik Satie Gymnopédie nr 1 fra Trois Gymnopédies
Aleksey Igudesman As Far As You Can
Henryk Wieniawski Fra Scherzo-Tarantelle, g-moll, op. 16
Manuel Ponce Estrellita
Jules Massenet Méditation
Dmitri Shostakovich Fra 5 Pieces For Two Violins and Piano
Edvard Grieg Fra Holdbergs Tid, op. 40
Preludium, Sarabande og Riguadon
Vittorio Monti Csárdás
Gabriel Fauré Après un rêve
Classical summer at the heart of Oslo
Are you in town for the summer?
If you are planning on a trip to Oslo and looking for a place to enjoy good music and some of the best eateries the city has to offer, you need not look any further.
The Norwegian Chamber Orchestra, together with Sentralen, offers a dynamic, wide-reaching summer programme of live concerts all throughout July. These concerts will see some of Norway's most renowned musicians come together and create bespoke concerts with family-friendly programmes.
Read more about the 'Classical Summer' series
Tue 14 - Fri 17 July
Adult kr. 200
Child kr. 50
Family tickets also available