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The sound of Oslo World

With only one week left, we have put together playlists, so all musiclovers can listen to the artists from this years festival. During the festivals six days, 300 artists More >

NRK P2 at Kulturhuset!

The audience and the radiolisteners can again look forward to live concerts from the Oslo World Music Festival at Kulturhuset. Here is this years program me: Jungelscenen LIVE 20:00-22:00 More >

THE SOUND OF THE SACRED

Saturday 1st of November Through visits to sacred spaces, we will explore the sound of the sacred during the Oslo World Music Festival. Migration and globalization give rise to More >

The Soundtrack of a nation

The theme for this year’s festival is Soundtrack of a nation. We believe that music says something about who we are and where we come from. In a world More >

Packaging the Music

The political context of an artist always becomes more relevant to the artistry, when he or she, is from anywhere but Europe, or the US. Is this always at More >

The beautiful ones are not yet born

South Africa marks her 20th anniversary as a young democracy in 2014, but the great nation faces great challenges; deep-seated sociological problems have simply failed to find solutions in More >

Streaming to the world

How does one establish digital platforms in developing countries? How does one navigate in countries with inadequate infrastructure in relation to legal frameworks on distributive rights? Whose responsibility is More >

Media as a Gatekeeper

“Money, music and the masses: Media as a Gatekeeper.” We as consumers are all influenced by what the media writes about, what the radio plays and which artists the More >

Hugh Masekela (ZA)

Hugh Masekela is South Africa’s greatest trumpeter – and perhaps also the greatest accomplished musician on the African continent. Throughout his career, the multitalented 75-year old has performed with More >

Huun-Huur-Tu (TV)

You shut your eyelids. At an instant you find yourself standing on a green-yellow knoll in the midst of nowhere. Clouds are moving pale and sorrowful in their long More >
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