News from the Norwegian music industry
Networking at Øya Festival
Øya International during Øya Festival is one of Norway's largest international delegate programmes.
Kickstarting the reopening with 11 million NOK
Music Norway has been awarded 11 million NOK by the Ministry of Culture, which will go back to the industry.
How can we boost European music?
Director Kathrine S. Finnskog is represented in a panel of music industry experts at Eurosonic Noorderslag 2022.
Andre Bratten and Niilas to the Mutek Japan festival
The shows premiered on Friday 10. December
Manager Eivind Brydøy on the export plans after the reopening
Eivind Brydøy works as a manager in Artist Vision and tells how he has planned the upcoming time now that Norway has reopened.
This is Music Norway at by:Larm
by: Larm takes place from 30th September to 2nd October and here is an overview over Music Norway's events at the festival.
Nordic Music Biz announces Top 20 Under 30 winners
For the fourth year in a row, The Nordics officially announce the 20 young forces driving the Nordic music industry forward with Nordic Music Biz Top 20 Under 30.
Andreas Ihlebæk curates the Piano Chill list at Apple Music
And includes both Norwegian classics and music from contemporary Norwegian composers.
National memorial event in Oslo Spektrum
The event will mark the 10th anniversary of the attacks on the government offices and Utøya on 22nd of July 2011.
Norwegian music sampled for new fantasy video game
Nordic sounds and instruments used in new video game soundtrack
Music Norway signs Keychange Pledge Agreement
Keychange aims to make festivals around the world more diverse through incentives, talent development, open discussions and collaboration between festivals. The signatories commit themselves to reach a 50/50 gender balance by 2022.
A guide to diversity in the music industry
Together with Balansekunst, Music Norway has created "Døråpneren" (The Door Opener).
Trondheim Calling showcase invite
Norway Calling has since 2017 been a project to present export ready artists and stimulate interaction with the international delegates.
World's largest online musical collaboration - Global Music Match returns
Following the colossal success of the debut Global Music Match in 2020, the worldwide matchmaking programme returns from June 7, featuring 78 artists from 17 countries and four continents.
Three participants and their experience with the Master program
We checked in with three of the participants that were a part of the last round of our Master program, about how they experienced it, the mentoring sessions, and what they are bringing with them moving forward.