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This is the guide to Oslo World 2018!

Oslo World are proud to present a huge variety of musical experiences, from a range of countries, genres and times. How to find your favorites at this year's festival? Let us guide you through some highlights!
  If you like stellar voices: One of the most legendary singers on this years Oslo World roster is not with us any longer. The Palestinian singer Rim Banna […] More >

Åpningsfest: Ministry of Dub-Key (PS)

Palestinian dub collective
The Palestinian dub collective Ministry of Dub-key, who are a part of the opening concert at Folketeateret, will also do a DJ-set at the opening party at Kulturhuset. “Dub-Key” […] More >

Freedom. For whom?

Seminar and concert
17:00-18:30: Seminar 19:00- 20:00: Concert with Tania Saleh  The word freedom is heavily charged emotionally. In fact, its connotations are almost exclusively positive. It is hard to imagine anyone […] More >

Trio Joubran (PS)

Ancient, virtuoso string power from a war torn area.
 Trio Joubran consists of Samir, Wissan and Adnan Joubran. Three palestinian brothers, born in Nazareth, all playing the arabic lute instrument oud. They are the fourth generation of oud […] More >

Tribute to Rim Banna (PS)

Oslo Worlds opening concert commemorates singer Rim Banna (1966-2018)
This spring, the Palestinian singer Rim Banna died, after having lived with a breast cancer diagnose for nine years. She passed away in Nazareth, the city where she was […] More >

Dance on the Frontline

Dance performance, screening and talk
Dance as a frontline defiance to go beyond borders. Dancing against all odds, against all dangers. Dancing as a tool of empowerment. Dance or die. Three dancers coming from three different countries (Palestine, Iran, and […] More >