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Young in the Aula: The Academy of Opera's summer closing

In collaboration with the Academy of Opera (KHiO), UiO invites you to a summer concert with young opera singers at "Young in the Aula".

Photo: Academy of Opera

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The Academy of Opera's students celebrate the end of the academic year with a magnificent summer concert. Here there will be a magical mix of opera, operetta and romance.

This evening, Olesya Tutova sits at the piano. Olesya is a pianist who graduated from the Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory in 2008 and has since won several awards in international piano and chamber music competitions.

Welcome to a great evening with young, Norwegian, promising opera singers!

Tickets

Tickets are pre-purchased via Epay - UiO's online payment solution.
Pre-purchased tickets will not be refunded.

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Prices

Ordinary price: NOK 150 
Discount price / children under 16 / seniors: NOK 100
Students and UiO employees: Free entrance upon showing student or employee card.
UiO employees can bring guests who receive a discount price: NOK 100 

About Young in the Aula

The University of Oslo continues the proud tradition of concerts with young music talents in the University's Aula, our ceremonial hall at Karl Johan. When Waldemar Brøgger opened the room on September 2, 1911, he said that the hall should not only be for the already established, but also prepare the ground for coming generations.

Soprano Kirsten Flagstad debuted there in 1918. Louis Armstrong played there when he first visited Norway in 1933. And when Leif Ove Andsnes made his debut in the Aula as a 17-year-old, he played one of the last of Beethoven's sonatas, opus 110. That young artists get to debute in the Aula is a tradition we should be proud of and which we want to continue.

We do this today through Ung i aulaen, Young in the Aula, UiO's concert series which is now entering its 6th season. This spring, we invite you to concerts in collaboration with the Fagerborg Festival, the Oslo Symphony Orchestra and the Opera College.

Published Mar. 15, 2019 9:35 AM - Last modified Mar. 15, 2019 10:00 AM