The Ice Music Festival Norway is a festival of music, art, and climate science that is held annually in the town of Ål in Hallingdal, Norway. The festival was founded in 2004 by Terje Isungset, a Norwegian musician who is known for his work with ice instruments.

The festival is unique in that all of the music, art, and even the venue itself are made of ice and snow. The instruments are carved out of blocks of ice, and the art installations are made from ice sculptures. The venue is an ice castle that is built each year.

The festival features a variety of musical performances, including classical, jazz, and world music. There are also workshops on how to make ice instruments and how to create ice sculptures. The festival also includes a variety of talks on climate science.

The Ice Music Festival Norway is a popular event, and it attracts visitors from all over the world. The festival is a great way to experience the beauty of Norway’s winter landscape and to enjoy the unique sound of ice music.

The Ice Music Festival Norway is not the first ice music festival in the world. The first ice music festival was held in Alaska in 1994. However, the Ice Music Festival Norway is the longest-running ice music festival in the world. It has been held every year since 2004.

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