Songs that changed the world: ARY
The City of Oslo, in cooperation with the Nobel Peace Center and the Royal Norwegian Embassy in London, have the pleasure of inviting you to Songs that Changed the World – a discussion and performance by Norwegian artist Ary at St Paul’s Covent Garden on Wednesday 30 November, 19.30-20.30. This is the night before the annual lighting-up of the Trafalgar Tree, a gift from the City of Oslo to London.
Norwegian artist, songwriter and producer, Ary has captivated music lovers with her electronic pop beats and spectacular voice. Join her for an engaging discussion with music journalist Asbjørn Slettemark and Kim Reksten Grønneberg from The Nobel Peace Center about how music can contribute to positive change.
After the talk, Ary will perform a cover version of a song that, in her mind, has “changed the world” for the better – in addition to a few of her own songs.
This year, the Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to human rights advocate Ales Bialiatski from Belarus, the Russian human rights organisation Memorial and the Ukrainian human rights organisation Center for Civil Liberties.
With the war in Ukraine – fraternity between nations and solidarity is high on the agenda.
We hope you will join us for this free event.
More info and registration link to get free tickets: Songs that changed the world: ARY | Nobel Peace Center