Bergen International Festival 2019 English catalogue FiB Katalog EN 2019 lowres single pages - Page 86

086 mú FESTIVAL SQUARE TEN T BE RGE N INTE RNAT I ON AL FE STIVAL 2 019 FEST I VI T I ES Kouame Sereba Silja Sol ​ universe of music filled with A rhythm play and musical joy. Mikke Pus’ Diary DAT E/ T IM E Vocalist and multi-instrumentalist Kouame Sereba enchants the audi- ence with song, percussion, dodo DURAT I O N 0:40 (African mouth bow), djembe drums, kalimba (thumb piano) and stories. RECOMMENDED Often his musical journeys go to Côte AGES From 3 years d'Ivoire and the rich music tradition TI C K ET and narrative culture he grew up with. Standard: 150 His concerts are always unique, as Children: 100 both young and old members of the audience get to participate on stage Supported by and take part in creating their own Grieg Foundation concert. The show promises music, song, dance, rhythm and joy – which in his home dialect can be summed up in a single word: "SAH"! Saturday 01 June at 12:00 & 14:00 Since moving to Norway in 1984, Sereba has played an active role in Norwegian cultural life, with both solo projects and musical collaborations in jazz, folk music, contemporary music and modern African music. He has performed hundreds of concerts for children, youth and adults – on stages in South Africa, China and Norway, as well as in Greenland. And at the heart of it all, is always the joy of music.  mú FESTIVAL SQUARE TENT DATE / T I ME Sunday 02 June at 12:00 & 14:00 DURATI ON 0:35 RECOMMENDED AGE S From 3 years TICKE T Standard: 150 Children: 100 During the Bergen International Festival, pop musician Silja Sol is all set for the world premiere of the continued story about Mikke Pus. Her first performance for children, Mikke Pus’ dagbok, premiered in 2017 and has since been performed for children at festivals and schools. Silja Sol alternates between music and stories and brings the audience on a journey into Mikke’s diary. Now, he has fallen in love, and not just with anyone: The wild cat Marie is a clever cat, and together they go on exciting adventures. Supported by Grieg Foundation Blending genres with her sincere pop music, Silja Sol has won many hearts. After the success of her debut album På Hjertet in 2014, she has followed up with critically acclaimed performances at festivals such as Øya, Slottsfjell and Bergenfest. In 2017 she won a Spellemann award (a Norwegian Grammy) for her third full-length album Ni Liv (Nine lives). Kouame Sereba vocal, percussion, dodo, djembe drum, kalimba 086 ​ ikke Pus falls in love M – with a wild cat! #FE STSPILLEN E19 Silja Sol vocal, guitar Marie Moe bass Anders Bjelland synth