Mostly Nordic Chamber Music Series: "Norway" at Nordic Heritage Museum
Where: Nordic Heritage Museum (3014 NW 67th St)
What: “Twenty Fingers Speak – A Powerful Partnership," Inger-Kristine Riber from Norway, Erika Lux from German, Making their U.S. debut
Norwegian-born pianist Inger-Kristine Riber, graduate of the Norwegian Music Academy and the Hochschule für Musik, Theater und Medien in Hannover, is joined by Hungarian-born pianist Erika Lux, a graduate of the Ferenc Liszt Academy in Budapest and prize winner in the Worldwide Piano Competition in Tokyo for this unusual one piano–four hands program, which includes pieces by Norwegian masters Grieg, Backer-Grøndahl, David Monrad Johansen, and Alf Hurum along with rarely heard works of Liszt and Wagner!
Price: Single ticket prices are $45 for Museum Members, $50 for non-Members (including smörgåsbord) and concert-only tickets are $20 for Members, $25 for non-Members. Season tickets for all five concerts (including smörgåsbord) are $195 for Members and $215 for non-Members.