Ljodahått back in Norway

“Ljodahått: norwegian climate.
Risk a dive into the strange atmosphere of Ljodahått.
A project totally off target,
Both crazy and patrimonial at the same time…”
Matthieu Conquet, Radio France

BERGEN INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL –                                   FESTSPILLENE I BERGEN 2015

The Festival is established since 1953. Director Anders Beyer.                 The festival is under the Patronage of His Majesty King Harald V                         

ConcerJune 4. At 10.00 p.m  at  Logen Teater

Logen is the oldest concert hall in Bergen with a long cultural tradition.
Edvard Grieg, Sergei Rachmaninov, Ole Bull, Leif Ove Andsnes and Arve Tellefsen have all performed here.
Logen opened as a concert hall on 18 November 1883.
The programme included works by Weber, Beethoven and Svendsen,
and concluded with Grieg’s Landkjenning (Land Sighting, op. 31, to words by Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson – the epitome of Norwegian national romanticism).
It was used as a concert hall and assembly room, and Grieg often performed there.
On 15 June 1903 he came to Logen, where he conducted his Peer Gynt Suite.

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 NYNORSKENS HUS IN OSLO –  6 and 7 june 2015 at 8.00 pm

Bondeungdomslaget i Oslo

Rosenkrantz’s gate 8


“Since I heard Ljodahått, it stays is my head for ever. Intriguing to hear how each song has its own character from chanson, folk, acoustic-metal-a-like to jazzy pop and eighties keyboard sound. From thatrical to soberness and from a dark edge to bright sunchine. All different but it all matches perfectly. Each song has its own atmosphere and not only the lyrics but also the instruments seem to tale a unique story”
Eelco Schilder from Netherlands


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