Two of Norway's most distinguished musicians play works by Jean Sibelius and Johannes Brahms.
Horn quintet from Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra plays works by Jaques Ibert, Ragnar Danielsen, Malcolm Arnold and Olav Berg.
Folk musicians at heart, Valkyrien Allstars have managed to shake not just the leg, but also the emotions of its ever-growing audience. The harding fele trio plays both traditional and modern, eclectic folk music.
Unikor is the university staff choir. Get into the Christmas mood as the choir sings wonderful carols.
Experience some of Norway's finest musicians from the Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra at Chateau Neuf.
Bendik's music is inspired by hiphop and disco, rooted both in the 70's and in modern electronic music. Groovy and jazzy.
Students and professors of folk music at the Norwegian Academy of Music will play and entertain us, kicking off a three day folk music festival "Tri heile dagar til ende" at the Academy.
Welcome to Cultural Lunch in the University Ceremonial Hall (Aulaen). Signing of a new agreement for research on Munch involving the Munch Museum, the National Museum of Art and UiO. Musical performances by Stephan Barratt-Due and other musicians from the Barratt-Due Institute of Music. Short lecture on Munch by Ulla Uberg.
With his love for the English countryside and poetry and with his modest, yet self-concious approach to music, Gerald Finzi (1901–1956) became one of England's finest and most productive songwriters and composers.
Heavy metal at the UiO Cultural Lunch? Well, yes, but in a more acustic and humorous setting than usual in this genre.
Humorous short version of Gaetano Donizetti's famous opera.
This autumn we are proud to present some of the best musical talents from the Barratt Due Institute of Music who will perform at the university.
Laughter and tears as two of our finest opera singers perform at UiO this Friday. Both of them are established solo performers from the Norwegian National Opera & Ballet.
Some of Norway's best baroque musicians present music from 17th century Italy. Come and enjoy the works of composers Porpora, Merula, Monteverdi, Montalbano, Pandolfi and others. Benvenuti!
Smiltrio plays jazz, string swing and pop tunes with a jazzy groove.
For several years now, UiO has had the priviledge of collaborating with the Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra. This season as well, we are proud to present the fabulous musicians of Norway's greatest symphony orchestra.
This Friday you can experience traditional music and dances from Azerbaijan and the Caucasus region.
Tore Dingstad and Bjørn Jahren play musical pieces by Claude Debussy and Edvard Grieg.
The Norwegian Girl's Choir (Det Norske Jentekor) is one of the country's finest choirs. This Friday they will visit UiO to share some of the vocal pearls from their great repertoir.
We start off the yearly event Oslo Culture Night with You and Me Alfred, a playful new pop band on the Oslo scene.
Top chess players selected by the Norwegian Chess Federation are coming. Only a few days after the Istanbul World Chess Olympiad. Perhaps one of the winners will show up?
What happens when chess players make, and literally "play", music? What does "check mate" sound like? A chess board with electronic sensors that registrer the movements and turn them into music. This was the idea behind the 1968 classic Reunion by John Cage.
On this Friday, world-class singers from the National Opera will entertain us.
The song cycle "Silent Songs" was written by young Norwegian composer Therese Birkeland Ulvo and will be performed for the first time by soprano Silje Aker Johnsen. Not to miss.
Mhoo is a duo from the town of Tønsberg, Norway, inspired by Spanish rhythms, lullabies, bluegrass and Gypsy music. Songwriters Oda Dahl and Miriam Kjølen are passionate explorers of different cultures, musical genres and countries.