SISU PERCUSSION ENSEMBLE

SISU Percussion Ensemble, established in 1993, is one of the leading percussion ensembles in Scandinavia, and an important force on the contemporary music scene. Their fearless artistic attitude and playfulness on stage, combined with great stamina, seriousness and precision, have led to numerous collaborations with composers in Norway and abroad, and made a great impression on audiences around the world.

 

Upcoming events

CAS Belgrade

Date: 8th October 2019

28th International Review of composers, Belgrade

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Recent events

Ultima Festival

Date: 21st September 2019

Time: 11:00

Location: Deichman hovedbiblioteket, Oslo

Bjørn Erik Haugen: It Takes All Kinds To Make the World, Sir (2019, WP)

Ultima Festival

Date: 21st September 2019

Time: 14:00

Location: Deichman hovedbiblioteket, Oslo

Bjørn Erik Haugen: It Takes All Kinds To Make the World, Sir (2019)

Ultima Festival

Date: 20th September 2019

Time: 14:00

Location: Deichman hovedbiblioteket, Oslo

It takes all Kinds to make the World, Sir (2019, WP) is an archive project by Norwegian artist Bjørn Erik Haugen based on film scenes where some non-Western culture plays, dances or communicates with drums. All the selected scenes are characterised by a ‘Western gaze’, emphasising the otherness of foreign of ‘exotic’ cultures.

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1 week ago
Ny Musikk

Snart klare for Ultima ! Velkommen på Deichmanske bibliotek, foredragssalen 20. Og 21. Sept.

«It Takes All Kinds To Make The World, Sir» av komponist og kunstner Bjørn Erik Haugen har premiere på Ultima Oslo Contemporary Music Festival med Sisu Percussion.

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4 weeks ago
Lài

Fantastic days with the Sen Hong orchestra , choir and Hanoi group. Thank you all!

Thứ sáu, ngày 23-8-2019
Trường Nhạc SEN HỒNG
Chương Trình Hoà Nhac: ÂM VANGTRỐNG ĐỒNG.
Bế mạc chương trình..

1 month ago
Photos from Sisu Percussion's post

Some pics from our concert at the Ho Chi Minh Conservatory the other day. Playing Drumming Part 1 by Steve Reich 🥁