Bergen Filharmoniske Orkester musikalsk aften i musikken og vitenskapens ånd – Tema: KLIMA (5.3.20)

Together with the Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra and Borealis – a festival for experimental music, UiB invite you to an evening of extraordinary science dissemination. Part three of the concert series Next Step takes place on the 5th of March in the Grieg Hall with the theme climate.

Some of UiB’s best climate scientists meet the critically acclaimed musicians from the Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra for a magical evening in the spirit of music and science. Together they will take the audience from past climates through our climate today to future climate changes.

The repertoire includes two world premieres of two Norwegian composers, saxophonist Marius Neset and Therese Birkelund Ulvo, and inspirational science dissemination by three researchers at the Bjerknes Centre for Climate Research: Professor Jostein Bakke Department of Earth Science at the University of Bergen, Associate Professor Lea Svendsen Geophysical Institute UiB together with PhD candidate Siri Haugum Department of Biological Sciences UiB.

In the foyer there will be a science exhibition presented by researchers from the UiB and Bjerknes Centre for Climate Research.

UiB employees are offered discounted tickets here:

Are you curious about the background for the concert series and what themes we highlight? You can read more about Next Step here. The spoken language of the event is Norwegian.

Welfare offer for employees at UiB:
Discount code: NESTE-STEG
NOK 330/290/240
Regular prices are from NOK 525-365