Magical Forest and the Mountain King

Magical Forest and the Mountain King


Musical alchemy as we blend baroque bounce with modern fire, by way of Berwald's classical wit, awe-inspiring Nielsen and Grieg's immortal masterpiece depicting the globetrotting Norwegian peasant, Peer Gynt.

Telemann Overture Les Suedois anciens / Les Danois modernes
Roman Asaggi no 3 in G minor for solo violin
Nielsen Chaconne op. 32
Alfven The Forest Sleeps for violin and piano
Grieg Peer Gynt suite for for piano-four-hands
Fagerlund Fuel II
Berwald Septet

Artists to include:
Hultmark | Kärkkäinen | Marmen | Mitchell | Pensola | Shirinyan | Sundqvist | Ticciati | Tikkanen | L. A. Tomter | Vaernes

Tickets: £15

Artwork Fishermans Cottage by Norwegian artist Harald Sohlberg

Duration: 1 hour with no interval

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