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Saturday 4th March 2023, 8:00pm

Norwegian artist Susanna is a creator of bold, original and enrapturing music, capable of building worlds to lose yourself in. She has collaborated with artists such as Jenny Hval and Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy.

Susanna has long been an interpreter of other people’s works, from AC/DC to Dolly Parton, Joy Division to Henry Purcell. These interpretations sit comfortably next to her own work while never losing what made the original – and the original composer of the song – so special.

Based in Oslo, the singer/songwriter and artist formed her Susanna and the Magical Orchestra duo in 2000. She creates exquisite, minimalistic interpretations of pop songs, both mainstream and leftfield.

Tonight, Susanna joins forces with tape-wizard Stina Stjern for truly magical interpretations of Baudelaire’s poetry.

Otherworldly Nordic interpretations of French Symbolist poet Baudelaire. MOJO

Susanna Wallumrød vocals and piano
Stina Moltu tapes and tape recorders


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Location:Turner Sims Concert Hall
Turner Sims

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