Ultima festival 2018: 

nyMusikk 80th Anniversary

Founded by Pauline Hall in 1938, nyMusikk has supported new composers and worked to inform the public about the ever changing forms of contemporary music.

We celebrate 80 years of promoting contemporary sounds with a city tour of Oslo venues that doubles up as a round trip of cutting edge modern music.

F.v.: Christian Blom (foto: Ellen Ugelvik), Tanja Orning, Lene Grenager (foto: Harald Solberg), Vinko Globokar, Carl von Linné, Kåre Kolberg, Ellen Ugelvik (foto: Erika Hebbert), Pauline Hall, Jennifer Torrence, Trond Reinholdtsen, Janne Berglund (foto: Anna Julia Granberg, Blunderbuss), Bente Leiknes Thorsen (foto: Andreas Ulvo), Per Zanussi (foto: Ketil Hardy), Ensemble Ernst (foto: Jari Neuvonen), Jan Erik Mikalsen (Eirik Slyngstad), Agnes Hvizdalek (foto: Lisi Charwat), Eva Landro, Eirik Krokfjord, Jon Harthug, Hans-Kristian Kjos Sørensen, Sofia Jernberg (foto: Jon Edergren), Øyvind Mæland (foto: Studio Lumi), Georges Aperghis.


Hotel Continental 17:30
The odyssey kicks off with a string trio with Tanja Orning, Lene Grenager and Per Zanussi, plus pianist Ellen Ugelvik, playing chamber music by Kåre Kolberg, Christian Blom (WP) and Pauline Hall.

Egertorget 18:45
Hans-Kristian Kjos Sørensen beats himself up with an outdoor rendition of Vinko Globokar’s body percussion classic ?Corporel.  

St. Edmunds Church 19:15
Lene Grenager’s vocal meditations on texts by Carl von Linné in Breathe by quivering leaves (2017), performed by Sofia Jernberg, Agnes Hvizdalek, Janne Berglund, Eva Landro, Jon Harthug, Eirik Krokfjord.

TBA 19:45 
Hans-Kristian Kjos Sørensen returns, this time with indoor percussion, performing Georges Aperghis's Corps à corps.

Kulturkirken Jakob 20:30
Three world premieres of new Norwegian compositions by Bente Leiknes Thorsen, Øyvind Mæland and Jan Erik Mikalsen performed by Ensemble Ernst.

Platous gate 18, 22:00 
The journey ends at the nyMusikk HQ with a birthday party and an unconventional world premiere performance from Trond Reinholdtsen and Jennifer Torrence: Institute for Post Human Performance Practice.

Pauline Hall med nyMusikks styre, ca 1958. Bakerst f.v. Alla Hovden Bache-Wiig, Karl Andersen, Robert Levin, Kåre Siem. Foran f.v..: Pauline Hall, Ernst Glaser. Foto: Ukjent/Nasjonalbiblioteket.

17 September 2018, Oslo
17:30 - 23:00

Free entrance (except Ensemble Ernst: tickets - student price for members)

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