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Register for NOC '22

The 45th Nordic Orchestra Conference takes place at Harpa Concert Hall in Reykjavík, Iceland, from Wednesday, September 28 to Friday, September 30. 

NOC45 is organized by the Iceland Symphony Orchestra in collaboration with the NOC planning committee. 

At NOC45 the focus will be sustainability; how we can plan for a greener future, how to build resilience and teamwork within an orchestra and the affects of politics on the arts. What can we do better to be more inclusive and how can we further advance the Nordic cooperation? 

The Friday will be a special collaboration with the Nordic Sound with focus on Digital Platforms where the purpose is to find ways to catalyze the digitalization for the Nordic orchestras, ensambles, and concert halls. The Friday will be sold as stand alone event at EUR 250 for everyone interested in the digital platform lectures and discussions.

The full conference, exlusive for NOC members, costs EUR 690.

Conference Schedule

Wednesday 28 September (from 9 AM to 5 PM)
Topic: Resilience

How can we build resilience and teamwork within an orchestra and what affect does politics have on the the arts and culture?

Thursday 29 September (from 9 AM to 5 PM)
Topic: Sustainability

How can we plan for a greener and more inclusive future and how can we further advance the Nordic cooperation?

Friday 30 September (from 9 AM to 3 PM)
Topic: Digital Platforms

In collaboration with the Nordic Sound - how can we catalyze the digitalization for the Nordic orchestras, ensambles, and concert halls?

A more detailed schedule for the conference will be published in the autumn.


Register

Click the link to sign up for the conference. Please put your orchestra/institution as well as your position in the coment section before paying.

Full price (EUR 690) – Click here
Only Friday (EUR 250) – Click here


Registration fee include access to the conference, lunch and coffee for all days, conference dinner and tickets to the Iceland Symphony's concert on Thursday and Friday evenings. Participants need to book their own flights and accomodation. 

Center Hotels in Reykjavík offer participants 15% discount of their prices. They have hotels all around the city center (see map). Click here to book with the discount code. 

For further information regarding the conference, please contact Jökull Torfason at the Iceland Symphony Orchestra jokull@sinfonia.is.