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21.10.21 | News

Her Royal Highness Crown Princess Mary to award prizes at Nordic awards ceremony

Her Royal Highness Crown Princess Mary will award the 2021 Nordic Council Children and Young People’s Literature Prize at the Nordic Council awards ceremony on 2 November at Skuespilhuset in Copenhagen. Their Royal Highnesses Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary are both partic...

20.10.21 | News

Focus on crisis preparedness at the 73rd Session of the Nordic Council

What have the Nordic countries learnt from the coronavirus crisis, and how should Nordic co-operation on crisis and emergency preparedness be strengthened going forwards? This is a key topic of the Nordic Council Session due to take place in Copenhagen from 1 to 4 November. This year, t...

Prize winner 2011

The Swedish composer and saxophonist Mats Gustafsson has won the Nordic Council Music Prize 2011.

Prizewinner 2010

The Nordic Council Music Prize 2010 goes to the Norwegian composer Lasse Thoresen, for "Opus 42".

Prize winner 2009

This year’s prestigious Nordic Council Music Prize goes to the Finnish musician and star clarinettist Kari Kriikku.

Prize winner 2008

The Danish composer Peter Bruun has won this year's Nordic Council Music Prize for the opera 'Miki Alone'.

Prize winner 2007

The Eric Ericson Chamber Choir from Stockholm was awarded the Nordic Council Music Prize 2007.

Prize winner 2006

The Norwegian composer Natasha Barrett was awarded the Nordic Council Music Prize 2006 for the electro-acoustic work ‘...fetters...’. That year’s 12 nominations consisted of Nordic works ...

Prizewinner 2005

Cikada is known far beyond the borders of Norway for its repertoire, consisting partly of Nordic and partly of international contemporary music.

Prize winner 2004

The Nordic Council Music Prize 2004 was awarded to the Icelandic composer Haukur Tómasson for his music for the opera "Gudrun's 4th Song" about Gudrun who takes such fearso...

Studio Barnhus

Studio Barnhus is one of the 13 nominations for the Nordic Council Music Prize 2021.

Lena Willemark

Lena Willemark is one of the 13 nominations for the Nordic Council Music Prize 2021.

Stian Carstensen

Stian Carstensen is one of the 13 nominations for the Nordic Council Music Prize 2021.

Lise Davidsen

Lise Davidsen is one of the 13 nominations for the Nordic Council Music Prize 2021.

Gerth W. Lyberth

Gerth W. Lyberth is one of the 13 nominations for the Nordic Council Music Prize 2021.

Verneri Pohjola

Verneri Pohjola is one of the 13 nominations for the Nordic Council Music Prize 2021.

Anu Komsi

Anu Komsi is one of the 13 nominations for the Nordic Council Music Prize 2021.

Theatre of Voices

Theatre of Voices is one of the 13 nominations for the Nordic Council Music Prize 2021.

Jakob Kullberg

Jakob Kullberg is one of the 13 nominations for the Nordic Council Music Prize 2021.

Peter Hägerstrand

Peter Hägerstrand is one of the 13 nominations for the Nordic Council Music Prize 2021.

Eivør Pálsdóttir

Eivør Pálsdóttir is one of the 13 nominations for the Nordic Council Music Prize 2021.

Víkingur Ólafsson

Víkingur Ólafsson is one of the 13 nominations for the Nordic Council Music Prize 2021.

Ørjan Matre

Ørjan Matre is nominated for the 2020 Nordic Council Music Prize for the orchestral work “Lyriske stykker” (2019).

Robyn

Robyn is nominated for the 2020 Nordic Council Music Prize for the album “Honey” (2018).

Trond Reinholdtsen

Trond Reinholdtsen is nominated for the 2020 Nordic Council Music Prize for the piano concert “Theory of the Subject” (2019).

14.10.21 | Information

Practical information for the 2021 Session of the Nordic Council

Practical information for the Nordic Council Session in Copenhagen can be found here