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String Game

Liv Hilde Klokk violin

Ida Bryhn viola

Torun Stavseng cello

Three times four strings are …… something wonderous, beautiful, meditative and fun! Why does the violin have four strings and what can we do with them? 

In this concert, we will explore entertaining fun facts, but most of all, great musical works written for these instruments. 


Bruremarsj from Nordmøre

Johann Sebastian Bach Excerpt from Goldberg Variations

Giuseppe Becce Serenata d’Amalfi

Ludwig van Beethoven Excerpt from Serenade in D Major  

Dmitri Shostakovich From Five pieces for two violins and piano : Preludium - Waltz - Polka, arranged for string trio by TrioTaus

Camile Saint-Saens The Swan, arr. for viola and cello by G. Riddell

Georg Friedrich Händel Johan Halvorsen Passacaglia

Aleksej Igudesman Irish Stew in the Morning

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 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 30 June - Fri 3 July

12 pm 

Marmorsalen, Sentralen


Adult kr. 200

Child kr. 50 

Family tickets also available

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