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As a musician, Giske not only uses his saxophone, his body is also an important tool. He plays through circular breathing, with a technique similar to the one used to play the didgeridoo.
The Guardian describes his music as hypnotic and inspired by jazz legend Albert Ayler. Instead of hiding the imperfect, the mistakes and the instrument’s own sounds, he amplifies them. His breathing and the sound of the keys being pressed, are amplified with sound effects and become part of the music and the live experience.
The concert, which takes place in the museum’s Bistro Nobel, starts at 18:00 and lasts about an hour. During the evening, Bistro Nobel serves small dishes from its Friday menu and offers cocktails, wine, beer and non-alcoholic options. The bistro is open until 21:00. The ticket price also includes entrance to the museum’s exhibitions, which are also open until 21.00.
Nights at the Nobel Prize Museum / Membership
You are invited to share experiences beyond the ordinary when the Nobel Prize Museum stays open late every Friday evening with events that will appeal to all the senses. They will include literary conversations, music, concerts, science talks, tastings and workshops. Read more about our upcoming Friday nights in the event calendar here.
As a member of the Nobel Prize Museum, you have a discounted price on some tickets and can enjoy free admission to many other activities for one year.
Read more about membership here.
Welcome to a stimulating Friday evening at the Nobel Prize Museum.
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