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Utopian Lullabies

A host of female performers, led by Rossy de Palma, share the music that means the most to them. Music reaches us in different ways. It can happen through unforgettable More…

Natacha Atlas (EG/UK/BE)

A huge voice moves from dub and hip hop to acoustic experiments. From the start of the nineties on, Natacha Atlas was part of a new, distinct fusion of electronic More…

A Tribe Called Red (CA)

Trailblazing electronical First Nation group “We are the Halluci Nation”. The title of the last album from the Ottawa group A Tribe Called Red sets the tone for their engaging More…

Maxida Märak (SE)

Uncompromising sápmi electro pop from Sweden Through raising her voice, both on and off stage, Maxida Märak has become one of the foremost new sami artists over the last ten More…

Urban Indigenous Takeover

The potential in meetings between indigenous groups and modern cities will be explored at Oslo World this year. To be indigenous is often assumed to be a rural condition. It More…

Kouame Sereba

“The Woman who Sang”. Songs and stories from a musician who brought the world to Norway. Nordick Black Theater and Oslo World are proud to present “The Woman who sang” More…