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Video: The Other Side

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Eivind Buene

The Other Side

On 11th December 2021, The Norwegian Nobel Institute in collaboration with the Oslo Philharmonic and the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation invited to a concert in honour of the recipients of the Nobel Peace Prize 2021 at Oslo Concert Hall. This video is an excerpt from the concert. The music in this video is "The Other Side" by Myra and Eivind Buene, performed by the Oslo Philharmonic and Oslo Philharmonic Choir with conductor Elim Chan. "The Other Side" was written for the Nobel Peace Prize Concert and this performance was the world premiere. Conductor: Elim Chan Choir conductor: Øystein Fevang Director and choreographer: Fredrik Benke Rydman Concept, Idea and Design: Snøhetta Set Design: Snøhetta/NRK TV production: NRK The Nobel Peace Prize Concert 2021 was presented in collaboration with Bergesenstiftelsen and Hydro. Sponsors: Yara, PwC, DNB.

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Video: Winter (1st movement)

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Eldbjørg Hemsing

Winter (1st movement)

On 11th December 2021, The Norwegian Nobel Institute in collaboration with the Oslo Philharmonic and the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation invited to a concert in honour of the recipients of the Nobel Peace Prize 2021 at Oslo Concert Hall. This video is an excerpt from the concert. The music in this video is the first movement from the violin concerto "Winter" by Antonio Vivaldi, performed by the Oslo Philharmonic with violin soloist Eldbjørg Hemsing. Director and choreographer: Fredrik Benke Rydman Concept, Idea and Design: Snøhetta Set Design: Snøhetta/NRK TV production: NRK The Nobel Peace Prize Concert 2021 was presented in collaboration with Bergesenstiftelsen and Hydro. Sponsors: Yara, PwC, DNB.

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Video: Montagues and Capulets

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Sergei Prokofiev

Montagues and Capulets

On 11th December 2021, The Norwegian Nobel Institute in collaboration with the Oslo Philharmonic and the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation invited to a concert in honour of the recipients of the Nobel Peace Prize 2021 at Oslo Concert Hall. This video is an excerpt from the concert. The music in this video is "Montagues and Capulets" from Romeo and Juliet, Suite No. 2, by Sergei Prokofiev, performed by the Oslo Philharmonic with conductor Elim Chan. Published with the kind permission of Boosey & Hawkes and The Prokofiev Estate. Dancers: Tony Brkic, Sara Einbu, Kristine Vestby Holstad, Maele Reflex Cheza Sabuni, Daniel Sarr, Sigyn Sætereng Director and choreographer: Fredrik Benke Rydman Costumes: Frida Moss Host: Hans Olav Brenner Concept, Idea and Design: Snøhetta Set Design: Snøhetta/NRK TV production: NRK The Nobel Peace Prize Concert 2021 was presented in collaboration with Bergesenstiftelsen and Hydro. Sponsors: Yara, PwC, DNB.

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Video: Nobel Peace Prize Concert 2021

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Nobel Peace Prize Concert 2021

On 11th December 2021, The Norwegian Nobel Institute in collaboration with the Oslo Philharmonic and the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation invited to a concert in honour of the recipients of the Nobel Peace Prize 2021 at Oslo Concert Hall. Performed by the Oslo Philharmonic and Oslo Philharmonic Choir with conductor Elim Chan. Host: Hans Olav Brenner Music: Myra / Eivind Buene The Other Side (premiere) Antonio Vivaldi: Winter, first movement Fredrik Høyer / Eivind Buene: Between Words (premiere) Sergei Prokofiev: From Romeo and Juliet Suite No. 2: Montagues and Capulets Philip Glass: Mishima (Closing) Bernhoft: All My Loving Igor Stravinsky: From The Firebird: Infernal Dance Ludvig van Beethoven: From Symphony No. 9, last movement: Ode to Joy Soloists and other contributors: Eldbjørg Hemsing, violin Louisa Tuck, cello Fredrik Høyer, slam poet Bernhoft, vocals Maele Reflex Cheza Sabuni,Tony Brkic, Sara Einbu, Kristine Vestby Holstad, Daniel Sarr and Sigyn Sætereng, dancers Sumi Hwang, soprano Adrian Angelico, alto Daniel Frank, tenor Simon Shibambu, bass Øystein Fevang, choir conductor Fredrik Benke Rydman, direction Concept, Idea and Design: Snøhetta Set Design: Snøhetta/NRK TV production: NRK (For more information, see end credits in the video.) The Nobel Peace Prize Concert 2021 was presented in collaboration with Bergesenstiftelsen and Hydro. Sponsors: Yara, PwC, DNB.

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Video: Dances of Galánta

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Zoltán Kodály

Dances of Galánta

The Oslo Philharmonic with chief conductor Klaus Mäkelä perform Zoltán Kodály's Dances of Galánta in Oslo Concert Hall on 16th October 2020. We take infection control seriously. Everything you see on stage and in the concert hall was in accordance with official Norwegian guidelines at the time of the recording. Video production: Trippel-M Levende Bilder Multicamera director: Robin Richardsen Sound production: LAWO Music Producer: Vegard Landaas Lighting design: Petter Dahl Nielsen Subscribe to our channel at https://oslophil.lnk.to/oslophil-subscribeID Read about our musicians: https://oslophil.lnk.to/musiciansID Listen to us on Idagio: https://oslophil.lnk.to/idagioID Listen to us on Spotify: https://oslophil.lnk.to/spotifyID Follow us on Twitter: https://oslophil.lnk.to/twitterID

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Video: Symphony No. 4

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Johannes Brahms

Symphony No. 4

The Oslo Philharmonic with chief conductor Klaus Mäkelä perform Symphony No. 4 by Johannes Brahms in Oslo Concert Hall. The recording was made on 4th June 2021. I. Allegro non troppp 0:01 II. Andante moderato 14:00 III. Allegro giocoso 26:28 IV. Allegro energico e passionato 32:58 Video production: Trippel-M Levende Bilder Multicamera director: Dag Ånnevik Sound production: LAWO Music producer: Vegard Landaas Sound technician: Thomas Wolden Lighting design: Petter Dahl Nielsen We take infection control seriously. Everything you see on stage and in the concert hall was in accordance with official Norwegian guidelines at the time of the recording. Read about our musicians: https://oslophil.lnk.to/musiciansID Subscribe to our channel: https://oslophil.lnk.to/oslophil-subscribeID Listen to us on Idagio: https://oslophil.lnk.to/idagioID Listen to us on Spotify: https://oslophil.lnk.to/spotifyID Follow us on Twitter: https://oslophil.lnk.to/twitterID

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Video: Ma mère l'Oye

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Maurice Ravel

Ma mère l'Oye

The Oslo Philharmonic with conductor James Gaffigan perform Maurice Ravel’s Ma mère l'Oye (Mother Goose) in Oslo Concert Hall. The recording was made on 25th February 2021. Prélude 0:09 Danse du rouet et scène (Spinning wheel dance and scene) 3:18 Pavane de la belle au bois dormant (Pavane of the Sleeping Beauty) 6:17 Interlude 7:56 Les entretiens de la belle et de la bête (Conversation of the Beauty and the Beast) 8:48 Interlude 12:53 Petit Poucet (Hop-o'-My-Thumb) 13:39 Interlude 17:09 Laideronnette, impératrice des Pagodes (Empress of the Pagodas) 18:33 Interlude 22:02 Le jardin féerique (The Fairy Garden) 23:14 Video production: Trippel-M Levende Bilder Multicamera director: Magnus Kaslegard Sound production: LAWO Music Producer: Sean Lewis Lighting design: Petter Dahl Nielsen We take infection control seriously. Everything you see on stage and in the concert hall was in accordance with official Norwegian guidelines at the time of the recording. Read about our musicians: https://oslophil.lnk.to/musiciansID​​ Subscribe to our channel: https://oslophil.lnk.to/oslophil-subs...​ Listen to us on Idagio: https://oslophil.lnk.to/idagioID​​ Listen to us on Spotify: https://oslophil.lnk.to/spotifyID​​ Follow us on Twitter: https://oslophil.lnk.to/twitterID

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Video: Danse sacrée et danse profane

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Claude Debussy

Danse sacrée et danse profane

The Oslo Philharmonic with harp soloist Birgitte Volan Håvik and chief conductor Klaus Mäkelä perform Claude Debussy's Danse sacrée et danse profane in Oslo Concert Hall on 16th October 2020. Video production: Trippel-M Levende Bilder Multicamera director: Robin Richardsen Sound production: LAWO Music Producer: Vegard Landaas Lighting design: Petter Dahl Nielsen We take infection control seriously. Everything you see on stage and in the concert hall was in accordance with official Norwegian guidelines at the time of the recording. Birgitte Volan Håvik is the principal harpist of the Oslo Philharmonic. Read about our musicians: https://oslophil.lnk.to/musiciansID Subscribe to our channel: https://oslophil.lnk.to/oslophil-subscribeID Listen to us on Idagio: https://oslophil.lnk.to/idagioID Listen to us on Spotify: https://oslophil.lnk.to/spotifyID Follow us on Twitter: https://oslophil.lnk.to/twitterID

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