Yggdrasil: The Tree of Life

Yggdrasil: The Tree of Life


Concert in support of Greta Thunberg and XR

Yggdrasil is the tree of life, an eternally green ash tree whose branches connect the nine worlds of Norse mythology, and stretch up into the heavens. Our closing concert is a celebration – of humanity's deep connections to our fragile and delicate ecosystem, so perfectly summed up in the legend of Yggdrasil, and so inspirationally defended by a global movement growing out of Sweden, and connecting people across continents.

Schubert Octet in F major, D803
Folk connections Max Baillie's Lodestar Trio join forces with Festival artists to include improvisation around ancient Swedish ballads, Finnish tango, and some rocking arrangements of Danish folk tunes

Artists to include:
Carrasco Hjelm | Hultmark | Kraggerud | Lodestar Trio | Mitchell | Pensola | Shirinyan | Sundqvist | Ticciati | Tikkanen | Thedéen | L. A. Tomter | Vaernes

Tickets: £22

Duration: 2 hours with interval

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Access:
Please note, Wheelchair Spaces cannot be booked online for this event. To book a Wheelchair Space, please call 01865 305 305 for availability.

CAVATINA Tickets:
Free tickets are available for under-25s. Please email CAVATINA@OCMF.NET to reserve a ticket (limited number available so early booking recommended). Not available to book through Tickets Oxford.

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