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Ramez Mhaanna, Ravel's war monument

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Ramez Mhaanna


Where Siljustøl

Price 290/100 NOK

Join us in the fascinating atmosphere of Siljustøl with intimate concerts in Harald Sæverud's music hall.

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About Ravel's war monument

During World War I, Maurice Ravel wrote "Le Tombeau de Couperin," named after the French Baroque composer. The work is a tribute to him and to Ravel's friends who lost their lives in the war.

About the artist

Ramez Mhaanna is a Danish internationally recognized classical pianist. He completed his bachelor's degree at the Gnesin Music School in Moscow and his master's and soloist degrees at the Royal Danish Academy of Music.

Mhaanna has performed concerts in several prominent European concert halls, playing both solo recitals and chamber music.

Practical Information

It will be possible to buy tickets for each individual concert at the entrance on the day of the concert, subject to availability.

The concerts last approximately one hour.

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Welcome to the composer home at Siljustøl!