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The ice man cometh! Norwegian musician to perform ‘tribute to nature’ on instruments made from ice

By Felicity Robertson

A Norwegian ice instrumentalist is to perform his ‘tribute to nature’ at Manchester’s prestigious Royal Northern College of Music next month.

Composer Terje Isungset, is due to perform Ice Music and Tribute to Nature on instruments made entirely of ice.

Terje is known for his talent of writing songs about winter and playing them on instruments made from ice including the ice horn and ice harp.

The afternoon performance will take place on Sunday 6 November between 1.30-4.30pm and is guaranteed to be a fun-filled afternoon of family friendly activities.

The event is suitable for children aged 7-12. On offer is the the chance to make music with just sticks and stones, as well as the opportunity to help sculpt an ice-o-phone, it is deemed to be a great afternoon for everyone.

Terje Isungset will be joined by artist, Anne Fox-Kelly who lectures at the University of Huddersfield and specialises in Fine Art.

Tickets are priced at a cool £6 and refreshments can be purchased throughout the afternoon. All children must be accompanied by an adult.

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