Experience chamber music-


Norwegian and international
Musicians gather in the heart
of Oslo

Kon-Tiki Museum 1. - 2. - June 3, 2022

Julie Coucheron, Ida Bryhn, Sandra Lied Haga og David Coucheron
Kon-Tiki Chamber Music Festival is over for 2022. Thank you to our collaborators, musicians and our fantastic audience!
Stay tuned for dates and info for the Kon-Tiki Chamber Music Festival 2023.
Ida Bryhn, Julie Coucheron, Sandra Lied Haga og David Coucheron

Artists Kon-Tiki Chamber Music Festival 2022
New artists coming

Guest pianist Julie Coucheron's electrifying Atlanta Symphony debut

Julie Coucheron exhibited staggering virtuosity and stroked the keyboard like a meticulously calibrated musical cyclone.

Click here to hear an interview with Julie Coucheron

She tells about the charge to the concert and her relationship with the play she will play, what it has been like to be a musician for the past year, and about how she has got to where she is today.

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.

Aftenposten wrote in 2019

Kon- Tiki Chamber Music Festival 2019 was a great success. Good feedback and great audience enjoyment. A varied repertoire and top international stars made the four concerts highlights at the classical festival venue in the capital. Several audience members came one's errands from the USA and Asia and together with Europeans and the Nordic audience it became a great classical music triumph.

Read also Aftenposten's recommendation of the Kon- Tiki chamber music festival. Our festival was named number 1 of the classical music festivals in Oslo in the summer of 2019.

Many thanks to the Sparebankstiftelsen DNB for a generous support to the Kon- Tiki Chamber Music Festival for the 10th anniversary 2022.

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