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Enchanting residence of the composer Edvard Grieg and his wife, who lived there every summer from 1885 to 1907. The museum also comprises the chamber music hall, Troldsalen, where daily concerts are held during the summer season. Museum building...more
When Levi Ove Andsnes is participating on the piano, the rest of the program is just a must. This time different young artists playing violin and strings with very high professionalism.. we will come back
So many interesting things in Bergen. But it is not complete if you do not learn more about Bergen born composer Edvard Grieg. His museum and home are lovely and interesting. You can see the very spot where he composed many of his best known...More
do not hesitate to go see this lovely museum and home for an insight of Norwegian music and culture. Be sure to be there for a concert. We had a terrific guide when we were there and the pianist was awesome.
A trip to Edward Greig's house and museum was the highlight of my stay in Bergin. We tried to get the bus to attend the concert but this was booked out so we hired a taxi which was very reasonable. The museum is well set...More
A group of us recently visited Edvard Grieg's house - an amazing oasis with fantastic views and a real sense of "history". His house is wonderful filled with original furniture and, of course, his grand piano. Our guide was excellent - so precise with little...More
We are not Edvard Grieg afficionados, although I knew his Per Gint work, but this was a welcome change to schlepping in and out of museums and shops. Our actual concert was in the Troldhaugen home of Grieg, due to the international piano contest, and...More
We are on a tour and had a local guide for a city tour and also for this home/museum. Really nice to have someone give you the inside scoop on things you are seeing. I just loved the interior of the home, the curved staircase,...More
My husband and I were part of a small group to tour the house of Edvard Grieg. He is so well known and it was insightful to visit his home and learn more about him and who were his contemporaries. The museum was also helpful...More
The tour was excellent and you got a real feel for the man and his music. You only see the downstairs of the house but it was very interesting. The grounds are wonderful to walk around even on a damp rainy day. The walk down...More
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I was also at Bergen! A very beautiful city but the museum and concert are in Oslo😂 Parking is cheap but to get from Bergen to Oslo, i think you can drive but I took the ferry and cycled for 8 hours from there...