The Army Music Corps plays “Men Sola Kommer I Hvert Fall Tilbake” at Tromso Cathedral on Jan. 29 with composer and conductor Christian Eggen, far left, and writer and reciter Kari Slaatsveen, far right, as part of the Northern Lights Festival program.TROMSO, Norway – Climate change does not exist, and it’s the last thing on Earth we should care about.What are some of the thoughts that cross your mind when you read that statement?That’s the kind of effect that Kari Slaatsveen, Christian Eggen and the Army Music Corps tried to create in putting together “Men Sola Kommer I Hvert Fall Tilbake,” a science fiction concert performance set in 2120, that was performed here on Jan. 29.“The story is set in 2120, when everything on Earth has been wiped away because of disasters stemming from climate change, except for this one area in Norway called More og Romsdal,” Eggen, the composer and conductor of the concert, told the Korea JoongAng Daily following the performance at Tromso Cathedral that evening. “And the only clue to why that may be is a hard disk that we stumble upon in the [story] that we wrote, which contains strange sounds recorded in More og Romsdal… Read full this story
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