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- Day ticket NOK 450
- Senior NOK 400
- Student NOK 100
- A-card price NOK 360
- Child ticket, 12 - 18 years NOK 100
Listen to artistic director and pianist Julie Coucheron being interviewed by the renowned radio host Lois Reitzes from NPR radio in the US. In the interview they discuss the concert performed by the Georgian Chamber Players at the Atlanta History Center in honor of Black History Month. Julie is the artistic director of Georgian Chamber Players and violinist David Coucheron is also a member. You can hear the unknown piano quintet by Samuel Coleridge-Taylor at the Kon-Tiki Chamber Music Festival this year, so there is a lot to look forward to!
Kon-Tiki Chamber Music Festival presents a free children's and family concert on the 23th of May at 12:00 at the Norwegian Maritime Museum; "Paddington the bear's first concert" and "Ferdinand the bull".
Paddington is based on a childhood favorite book by Michael Bond and follows the bear Paddington who travels as a stowaway on a ship from Peru to London where he meets his new friends: the Brown family and Mr. Gruber. He is introduced to concerts and music on his journey and the musical story includes pieces by Haydn, Rossini and Schubert.
Ferdinand the bull is a story about a bull who would rather smell beautiful flowers and enjoy life than fight in a bullfight. He is chosen to participate in the biggest competition in all of Spain, but what happens when he enters the arena? Find out at the concert!
We count down to – May 23th 2024
Guest pianist Julie Coucheron's electrifying Atlanta Symphony debut
Julie Coucheron exhibited staggering virtuosity and stroked the keyboard like a meticulously calibrated musical cyclone.
Review: Georgian Players explore outer limits of classical chamber music
The Georgian Chamber Players returned to their familiar haunt at First Presbyterian Church of Atlanta on Sunday for an afternoon of their signature mastery of the classical chamber pantheon, an event notable for its high-energy setlist.
Julie Coucheron makes ASO debut with Mendelssohn concert, Oundjian conducts
An impressive nimbleness in her performance was the order of the day in this exuberant extroverted performance.