The performance tour of Grønlandsleiret ends with the fift and final TROLLKREM IMPORT event. During the last five years, Jennie Bringaker and Tor Erik Bøe hav cooperated on the Trollkrem project, and the artist duo will part ways after saying their goodbyes to each other on 3. october.
The table is set for an evening with contributions from HAIKw/, Lisa Lie, Anne Marte Eidseth Rygh and Edoardo Medda, Karen von Pederstad, Sverre Gullesen & Marie Askeland (dressed by Inti Wang), Dronebrygg, Stella Niki and Frida Marida. The performances are accompanied by live music by Jørn Tore Egseth. In addition to the artistic programme, there will be guest appearances by Trollkrem's extended family. Members of the audience are allowed to cry, encouraged to dress up, and contributions to the dessert table are greatly appreciated.
If registered guests don't claim their table within 8.15 pm, their seats will be made available to others. Feel free to attend even if you can't register until the guest list is closed, as you might be in luck and be seated at an unclaimed table.
Time: 8–210 pm. After 10 pm, there will be a party open to everyone.
The contemporary, young Norwegian jazz scene is extremely vibrant. Through this concert series, the Munch Museum turns the spotlight towards a new generation of musicians who not only breaks through genre barriers, but also looks back through music history by drawing inspiration from the avant garde jazz of the 1960's and 70's.
This concert series is curated by Espen Horne of the Bobby Hughes Experience and Jassbox, and takes place in the museum's concert hall.
Spend an evening at the Munch Museum with extended opening hours, allowing you to visit the exhibition until 9 pm, stop by the bar and enjoy live music. The theme for each Late Night event is customized to go with the current exhibition, with music, film literature and art experiences.