The extreme – wind, snow, cold, rainfall, thaw and heat – are vividly experienced in Kraggerud’s interpretation of The Four Seasons. Henning Kraggerud manages to capture the climatic range experienced on top of the world in his music-making. And there’s more – between the seasons.
<b>When the Arctic Philharmonic toured with works by Grieg, Sibelius and Petterson, the musicians and touring party experienced five completely different concert halls in the space of just as many days. This interesting journey inspired us to reflect about the sound effect and acoustics.</b>
Last years results show the continued growth of Arctic Philharmonic, with the company delivering excellent artistic and organisational results and audience numbers continued to rise.
Either live or on TV, we have all seen the concentrated face of an Olympic sprinter waiting for the start gun to sound or a downhill skier waiting at the top of the slope for the gate to open. They wait silently and without movement. But what about orchestral musicians? What’s it like for them in the hours and minutes before we see them on stage? Join us backstage.
When you think about seminars and conferences, the things that come to mind are often nice suits, polite behaviour and professional content. You have the chance to meet future partners, but you don’t have much time to get acquainted. How can music be used to break the ice?