Experience Chamber Music


Norwegian and international musicians gather in the heart of Oslo

Bygdøy 16th–17th and 19th–20th June 2019

Kon-Tiki Chamber Music Festival

From 16th-17th and 19th.-17th June (no consert on 18th) 2019
at the Norwegian Maritime Museum.

Several major international musicians have agreed to join and soon parts of the program will be in place.

Tickets will be posted later

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David Courcheron gets a good review

You can read the entire article at Kennesaw State University News. The article is only in English. Read the full article about David here =>

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Classmate from Curtis

Violinists Celeste Golden-Boyer and David Coucheron Read the Article here =>

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These works will be heard with the same musicians during the festival 14-17 June this year ..

An interesting side observation is that Glazunov himself transcribed this quintet for piano for four hands, as was often the case with various orchestral and chamber works in the 19th century, to make their study and enjoyment possible in parlor of the typical bourgeois home. Mark Gresham Read the hole article here…> Image:  Julie Coucheron…

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