Welcome to an inspiring concert with Icelandic pianist and composer Eydís Evensen, whose musical expression shows both her inspiration from being in nature and the years she has lived abroad, in London and New York.
Debut album Bylur (2021) takes its name from the Icelandic word for “blizzard”. Just as a blizzard can contain chaos, beauty and fragility, her music reflects many different emotions. Evensen’s music is neo-classical with inspiration from, among others, Philip Glass, Jóhann Jóhannsson and Thom Yorke.
While working on the album The Light (2023), Evensen processed both her own hardships and crises in the world during recent years. The album is about getting through hard times, finding hope and about the light that always returns.
The ticket price also includes admission to the museum’s exhibitions, which are open until 21:00. Before and after the concert, Bistro Nobel will serve its Friday menu − including carefully selected small dishes, suitable wines, beer, cocktails or non-alcoholic alternatives. The Bistro will also be open until 21:00.
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