Siljustol (home of composer Harald Saeverud)
Written by Siljustol Museum.
Harald Sæverud (1897-1992) was one of the most important Norwegian composers of this century. The property was a wedding gift from the bride’s parents. The house from 1939 is made of wood and natural stone, and with elements from old Norwegian building traditions. Opened as a museum in April 1997 in connection with the composer’s 100 year anniversary. Concerts during the Bergen International Festival and during the summer.Guided tours.
|Norwegian name:||Siljustøl – Harald Sæverud’s hjem.|
|Location:||Raadal, approx. 12 km south of Bergen.|
|Address:||Siljustolveien 50, Raadal|
|Telephone:||+47 55 91 07 10.|
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