3/10: Concert Lecture: Ketil Bjørnstad
Welcome to the concert lecture: "Verden som var min" (The world that was mine) by Ketil Bjønstad, Sunday 3. October at 13:00. The lecture will be in Norwegian.
Ketil Bjørnstad, born 1952 in Oslo, is a prize winning pianist, composer and author within many genres.
It is over 50 years since Ketil Bjørnstad made his debut with the Oslo Philharmonic, 16 years old, by plying Bartok's piano concerto no. 3. "I have had the opportunity to collaborate with some of the world's best singers and instrumentalists," says Bjørnstad. "It has shaped me, both as a person and as a musician."
For several years now, Bjørnstad has toured with his concert lectures where he plays the music based on his critically acclaimed book-series "Verden som var min/The world that was mine" about the six decades from 1960 until today. Classics such as Sommernatt ved fjorden and Blåmann are on the program, along with Bjørnstad's own music from the different eras. For several years, the concert lectures have gathered full houses and rave reviews all over Norway.
Duration: 60 minutes. Please note that the concert lecture will be in Norwegian only.
Tickets and booking:
Adults: NOK 290
KODE members, Students and BergenCard: NOK 250
Children NOK 50
Leftover tickets are sold at Troldhaugen. The ticket includes entrance to the museum and to Grieg’s villa.
- 3. October 2021
- Edvard Grieg Museum Troldhaugen