A fun way to introduce your kids to the gentle, soothing minimalist music of Steve Reich and Terry Riley, with performers in bird and animal costumes.
12.00 - 16.00
Baklengs rose out of the legendary secondhand record shop Oslo Rockantikvariat. At BUD (Ultima Children’s Day) kids will be able to listen to experimental music old and new, from all corners of the world. They’ll have the chance to dig through the record bins, look at all the exciting LP sleeves and listen to whatever record they want to hear. A perfect opportunity to discover and feel music away from the screen and to get used to hearing music in physical formats.
Utflukt (Adventurous Journey)
Composer Carola Bauckholt, animator Elizabeth Hobbs and musicians Jennifer Torrence and Ellen Ugelvik explore all that is strange, inexplicable, beautiful and fascinating in nature, and how we living beings on earth are interdependent.
Regnbuehavet (Rainbow Ocean)
Skapia, together with 34 5th-year pupils from Gamlebyen School, have been working on this new composition earlier this year. Using the multicoloured composition app Song Maker, they have come up with a charming mix of improvisation and digital music. Listen to the premiere!
12.00 - 13.30
14.00 - 16.00
A trombone turns into a chuffing steam engine! All the water, steam, air and pressure inside the trombones tubes can sound like a massive train – especially when it’s played by Øyvind Brække, one of the leading jazz trombonists in Norway. Percussionist Anders Krenges Hansen is also along for, the ride. All aboard!
Velkommen Hjem (Welcome Home)
Gunhild Seim and Terese Arildsdatter Riis allow children to think about the condition of refugees, in this interactive installation with tents wired for sound and vision.