EUROPAKONZERT 2016 from Røros in Norway

The Berliner Philharmoniker and Sir Simon Rattle invited Norwegian violinist Vilde Frang for a spectacular performance in the church of a small mining town in Mid-Norway.

It's famous all over the world: The Berliner Philharmoniker EUROPAKONZERT, for which the orchestra travels to a different European city every year, celebrating both the anniversary of their own founding and the shared cultural heritage of Europe.

In 2016, the musicians under their very own Sir Simon Rattle traveled up north, to a small town in Norway. There, they were joined by Norwegian violinist Vilde Frang. Together, the artists showcased a spectacular performance of works by Grieg, Mendelssohn and Beethoven.

The performance was broadcast to countries all over the world - in tune with the idea that culture, and music in particular, are a language that is understood by people everywhere, no matter their nationality.



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