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5 things to do in week 37…Oslo edition

5 things to do in week 37…Oslo edition

14.09.16

jenny-hval

What?
As a part of Ultima, Scandinavias biggest festival for contemporary music, we get an exclusive sneak peak of Jenny Hval‘s new album Blood Bitch. Reconnecting with the goth and metal scene she used to be a part of she describes it as being her most fictional and personal album to date. “It’s an album of vampires, lunar cykles, sticky choruses and the smell of warm leaves and winter.” We are in for a spectacular live show you should not miss out on!

Where?
Vulkan Arena, Vulkan 26
How much?
100/200NOK

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15.09.16

b4b

What?
Art and music collective B4B invite you to the last party of the season at Månefisken. Performers include Black Beast, Faxmaskin and Norwegian Murder Boys. A night of techno, industrial melancholy and tribal soundscapes that are Born for Burning.

Where?
Månefisken, Sagveien 23
How much?
FREE!

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16.09.16

sternklang

What?
Mysticism, nature and Nordic Voices combine at the Ekeberg sculpture park. As a part of the Ultima Festival and Oslo Culture Night, Karlheinz Stockhausen’s monumental composition “Sternklang” is performed at five separate locations. “A 21 strong chorus, percussion and Stockhausen’s electronics are co-ordinated by ‘sound runners’ carrying messages between each location. A spectacular and unforgettable experience in Oslo’s autumnal twilight.”

Where?
Ekebergparken
How much?
FREE!

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17.09.16

karin-krog

What?
Able to sing anything from standards to free improvisations, Karin Krog is one of the leading jazz singers and composers in Norway – A position she has held for a very long time. Along with Staffan William-Olsson, Terje Gewelt and Tom Olstad this is her last show i Oslo before going on an extensive tour in Sweden. A good night for quality jazz!

Where?
Oslo Jazzforum, C J Hambros plass 5
How much?
100/200NOK

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17.09.16

susanne-sundfor

What?
Just releasing the song “Never Ever” in cooperation with Röyksopp, Susanne Sundfør confirms her position as one of the greatest artists Norway has to offer. Her performance at Øyafestivalen last summer was described as a power demonstration able to mesmerize 10 000. This Saturday she plays at Oslo’s biggest venue, Spektrum, an experience you’ll likely never forget, and definitely will not leave untouched by.
Support comes from Bow To Each Other, the Norwegian/Canadian pop duo, playing synthpop with lots of 80’s warmth.

Where?
Oslo Spektrum Arena, Sonja Henies plass 2
How much?
590/490NOK

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