Current Musical Heritage, 17 – 19 November

International Grieg Conference in Bergen, Norway 17 – 19 November 2023
The International Edvard Grieg Society, the Grieg Research Centre at the Faculty of Fine Arts – Music and Design University of Bergen and Kode Edvard Grieg Museum Troldhaugen invite scholars, educators and performers to the Conference.

The conference takes place at the Grieg Academy, Bergen Public Library and Troldhaugen.

All applicants must pay for their own travel and accommodation. More practical information about program, conference venues, travel, and local accommodation will be sent to the participants in due time. Seminar sessions are free for all participants. Lunch will be covered for active participants.

For observing participants:
Please send name, country, e-mail address, and background information (studies, professional activities) to  


  • The International Edvard Grieg Society is a non-profit organisation, aiming to create a worldwide network of scholars, performers and music listeners who cherish the music of the Norwegian composer Edvard Grieg.
  • Grieg Research Centre (UiB) at University of Bergen does research on Edvard Grieg’s works, his historical importance and cultural relevance in the past and the present. The centre’s goal is further to contribute to international research on the diverse traditions in Norwegian music succeeding Grieg and the close exchanges between regional music and international currents.
  • Kode Art Museums and Composer Homes Troldhaugen, Lysøen and Siljustøl, the homes of three of Norway’s greatest composers and artists through the times – Edvard Grieg, Ole Bull and Harald Sæverud – are a part of Kode, Art Museums and Composer Homes. Kode is one of the largest museums for art, craft, design and music in the Nordic countries.
  • The Grieg Academy – Faculty of Fine Art, Music, and Design, University of Bergen
    The Grieg Academy – Department of Music was established at the University of Bergen in 1995 and is now one of three departments at the Faculty of Fine Art, Music and Design (KMD). Our profile is modelled on internationally recognised performing arts environments (classical, jazz, folk music), composition, music therapy, musicology and music education.

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