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Events 2017

Håvard Gimse, piano

30.06.17 20.00, The Red Room

Concert in the Red Room at the Manor House:
Grieg: Lyric Pieces Op 54 (Book 5)
Debussy: "Images oubliées" (1894)
Rachmaninov: Morceaux de fantaisie op 3
Sibelius: Piano Works

Puppet theatre Kaspar

08.07.17 12.00 and 13.00, The Court Yard

Two shows (in Norwegian):
Det spøker på Rosendal
Kaspar på nye eventyr

The Festival Players from England

14.07.17 19.30 - 15.04.17 13.30, The Court Yard

The Merry Wives of Windsor
The roguish and foolish Knight, Falstaff, schemes to woo two married women to get his hands on their husbands' money, but the wiley Wives of Windsor are more than a match for him.
The Festival Players Theatre Company brings you this hilarious and colourful comedy in an all-male, fast paced, costumed production A summer feast of farce!
(2 hours + Interval)

Bjørn Eidsvåg with band

18.07.17 at 19.00, 19 and 20 July at 17.00 and 19.00, Court Yard

Concert in the Court Yard
18 July at 19.00
19 July at 17.00 and 19.30
20 July at 17.00 and 19.30

Kari Bremnes with band

25.07.17 19.00 - 26.07.17 19.30, The Great Hall

Concert in the Great Hall at the Home Farm
25 July at 19.00
26 July at 19.30

Mari Boine with band

27.07.17 19.00, "The Great Hall"

Mari Boine is back with her first studioalbum in 8 years, and will be on tour this summer.

The Sami activist and singer-songwriter has not quite re-invented herself, but she has made some dreams from her youth come true and thus extended her repertoire. "See The Woman" is a wonderful piece of art, and she possesses a magnetic stage presence. Be ready for an extraordinary concert!

Vamp

01.08.17 19.00 - 02.08.17 19.30, The Great Hall

Concert in the Great Hall

Mozart! Rosendal Chamber Music Festival

10.08.17 - 13.08.17, Baroniet Rosendal Manor House & Gardens

The programme is created around the chamber music of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Despite all the wonderful chamber music Mozart wrote, only a few pieces are regularly performed in chamber music festivals. So I would like 2017 to be an intense Mozart celebration in which we perform not only the really famous works – such as the Clarinet Quintet and Piano Quartet no. 1 – but also show the diversity of Mozart’s extraordinary music. How often does one actually hear his great string quartets and quintets or his piano sonatas in concert, or when did you last hear his pieces for two pianos or his lieder? Together – as both musicians and audience – we look forward to delving into this wealth of repertoire in what is a uniquely, perfect setting for chamber music – Rosendal.
- Leif Ove Andsnes