The Oslo Philharmonic is a symphony orchestra of international renown. It was formed in 1919 and today has 108 musicians in its ranks. On this page you´ll find links to the most important information about the orchestra.

The Oslo Philharmonic plays between 60 and 70 concerts in Oslo each year, mostly at Oslo Concert Hall, but also at several other venues. The orchestra has a broad symphonic repertoire, plays with internationally acclaimed soloists and conductors and regularly tours in Norway and abroad. The Oslo Philharmonic consists of 108 musicians and an administration of 20. Vasily Petrenko is the orchestra´s chief conductor with a contract until 2020.
  1. Musicians

    A presentation of the orchestra´s musicians, with individual biographies.

  2. Chief Conductor

    Read about Vasily Petrenko, our chief conductor since 2013

  3. Administration

    An overview of the administration of the Oslo Philharmonic.

  4. Oslo Philharmonic Choir

    Read about our choir and their upcoming projects.

  5. Friends of the orchestra

    Read about the Friends of the Oslo Philharmonic and how to become a member.

  6. The board

    An overview of the board members of the Oslo Philharmonic.