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No More Lullabies for Norwegian singer. Climate change comes to the concert stage tomorrow and Thursday when Norway’s singer songwriter Ane Brun and others play in Stockholm’s Vitabergsparken. “No more lullabies” is a long- term project that had its first public airing on 24th October 2009 in Stockholm’s Södra Theatre. 25 artists played 350 minutes of music and showed minute-long short films, with climate change and the individual as a common theme.

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No More Lullabies for Norwegian singer

Published on Tuesday, 17th August, 2010 at 17:02 under the entertainment category, by Inez Dawczyk.

Climate change comes to the concert stage tomorrow and Thursday when Norway’s singer songwriter Ane Brun and others play in Stockholm’s Vitabergsparken.

Ane Brun
Ane Brun
Photo: Benoît Derrier/Flickr


Serious issue

“No more lullabies” is a long- term project that had its first public airing on 24th October 2009 in Stockholm’s Södra Theatre.

25 artists played 350 minutes of music and showed minute-long short films, with climate change and the individual as a common theme.

As with last year’s event, the aim is to prompt discussions about climate issues, as well as showing we all have to take the environment seriously.

Overcoming established patterns

According to the Tällberg Foundation who has organized the event in cooperation with Stockholm's Stadsteater and the Norwegian Embassy, performers want to the public to speak openly about its feelings about an uncertain future climate change will affect.

The concerts have been arranged to coincide with International Day of Climate Action, and are intended to inspire action and conversations about climate issues that go beyond the political rhetoric and economical self-interests

Ane Brun, originally from Molde, will be joined this year by Bob Hansson, Asha Ali, Emil Jensen, Jennie Abrahamsson, Rebekka Karijord, Dag för Dag, Wendy McNeill, The Tiny, Nina Kinert, Elin Ruth Sigvardsson, Waterkings, and others.

Admission is free.

Performances start at 19:00 and last for two hours.



Published on Tuesday, 17th August, 2010 at 17:02 under the entertainment category, by Inez Dawczyk.

This post has the following tags: ane, brun, taellbergfoundation, stockholm, stadsteater, norwegian, embassy, vitabergsparken, climate, change, lullabies.





  
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