At the moment, only 200 are allowed at our concerts. We will continuously update our concert pages with available tickets.
At the time of writing, you can buy tickets for these concerts:
Mozart and Brahms
Augustin Hadelich is soloist in Violin Concerto No. 4 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, and Arvid Engegård is conductor in three concerts where Johannes Brahms' Symphony No. 3 is also on the program.
Tickets are available for the concert on 23rd October:
Mozart and Brahms (23rd October)
Beethoven 250 years
From 4th to 15th November, Norwegian and international top performers will celebrate Beethoven's musical and humanistic heritage, through twelve days of concerts, performances, lectures and events throughout Oslo.
On 4th, 5th and 6th November, Andrew Manze will conduct Beethoven's Symphony No. 3 and the song cycle An die ferne Geliebte, with tenor Allan Clayton as soloist.
Tickets are available for the concerts on 4th and 6th November:
Songs and symphony by Beethoven (4th November)
Songs and symphony by Beethoven (6th November)
Mozart, Beethoven, Ravel and Fauré are some of the composers on the program at the Oslo Philharmonic's chamber concerts this autumn. There are four chamber concerts left:
Read more and buy tickets:
Quintets by Mozart and Beethoven (Sunday 15th November)
Piano Trios by Beethoven and Clara Schumann (Sunday 15th November)
Chamber music by Ravel and Fauré (Sunday 22nd November)
Chamber music for brass (Sunday 6th December)
Herborg Kråkevik's Christmas Roses
Start the pre-Christmas celebration with Herborg Kråkevik and the Oslo Philharmonic! There will be an Advent atmosphere, a lot of music, Christmas sadness and Christmas laughter, classic Christmas stories and brand new texts from some of the leading artists in Norway.
There are tickets available for both concerts on Saturday 5th December: