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Ultima 2019 – International Delegate Program

By Edvard Olai Brekke Værland Posted: 04. Sep, 2019

The Norwegian Chamber Orchestra at Ultima (©Ultima)

From September 12th to the 14th Ultima gather 27 international guests in Oslo

Artistic leaders, curators and journalists from the international contemporary music scene gather at Ultima Oslo Conbtemporary Music Festival. A total of 27 international guests are invited to the international delegate program. The goal of the program is to promote Norwegian contemporary music and to show of the most important contemporary music festival in the Nordic countries.

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The delegate program
Ultima’s delegate program takes place during the opening weekend of the festival. The program consists of concerts, workshops and networking opportunities with the Norwegian contemporary music industry.

On Thursday September 12th the festival opens with a reception for the delegates before the opening concert at Oslo Konserthus. On Friday and Saturday the program will consist of concerts, workshops and excursions to an array of arenas in the Oslo-region such as: the Vigeland Museum, The Norwegian Opera & Ballet and Henie Onstad Art Center.

– Ultima Oslo Contemporary Music Festival is the largest contemporary music festival in the Nordic countries, and this is the 6th time we collaborate on a delegate program. We make a program that’s especially tailored for industry stakeholders in Norway and abroad. Ultima’s program has a lot of great Norwegian music that the delegates will get to know, says Einar Idsøe Eidsvåg, Project Manager at Music Norway.

Karoline Pedersen, Festival Coordinator at Ultima, is managing the international delegate program together with Einar Idsøe Eidsvåg from Music Norway. 


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