ALICE follows the guidelines from the Danish authorities regarding Corona-virus (Covid-19). Due to the latest declaration from the authorities to close the borders of Denmark up to and including April 13, all shows with international artists until that date will sadly have to be cancelled. For this reason, the show on April 11 is cancelled too. For now, we are working on new dates for as many concerts as possible. Ticket holders will get their money back via Billetto. More info on the Corona situation and ALICE here.
A year after VÍÍK’s debut concert at KoncertKirken, the sextet returns yet another time to Copenhagen to break the boarders of scandinavian folk music.
The pan-scandinavian sextet VÍÍK combine hypnotic melodies from the Nordic song traditions with the wry aesthetic of jazz and the catchy grooves of rock.
At the front of VÍÍK is the Norwegian folk singer and composer Elisabeth Vik, who lures the audience into an enchanting universe of mysterious medieval ballads and fairytales. In addition to Elisabeth Vik, VÍÍK consists of Annelene Toft (violin), Villads Hoffmann (cittern), Morten Alkjær Lassen (accordion), Jakob Kragesand (double bass) from Denmark and finally Mårten Hillbom (percussion) from Sweden.
The concert is presented with support from PULS.
To open the evening, we have the pleasure of presenting a solo-violin set from Annelene. A take on how folk music could sound in 2020 spiced up and modulated with effects and other crazy stuff from her pedals.