Meal & Music

During this evening event at Concert Hall Aarhus, conference participants will have a chance to meet and network with colleagues within the global health sciences. Besides networking opportunities and dinner, the evening will feature a concert with the jazz ensemble Peter Vuust trio feat. Isam B.

Sit back and enjoy the music, when top artist and famous singer Isam B. teams up with professor at Center for Music in the Brain and jazz musician Peter Vuust, the skilled jazz pianist and composer Søren Bebe and the amazing drummer Morten Lund who is known from several records. Isam B was a member of the former hip hop group called "Outlandish" and is known for his iconic vocals and lyrics.

This evening you will have the opportunity to listen to some of the most talented Danish musicians. They come together with different musical backgrounds and this evening they will play some sweet jazz for your ears.

DATE: 12 May 2023

PLACE: Concert Hall Aarhus, Rytmisk Sal, Thomas Jensens Allé, 8000 Aarhus C

TIME: 17.45-22.00

PRICE: DKK 300 incl. refreshments, dinner and concert

 

Evening programme


17.45-18.30

Arrival, networking and drink


18.30-19.30

Dinner

Starter:


19.30-20.15

Concert with Peter Vuust Trio feat. Isam B.


20.15-22.00

Dinner

Main course:

Coffee and sweets


About Concert Hall Aarhus

The Concert Hall of Aarhus opened in 1982 and is designed by local architecture firm Kjær & Richter. In 2007, The Concert Hall was extended with three new halls as well as new teaching and practice facilities. The extension was designed by local architecture firm C.F. Møller. Today, The Concert Hall has six stages, nine concert halls, 500 rooms and an area of 35,000 m2.

From pop to opera. From rock to baroque. From students to international stars. Welcome to the largest concert hall in Scandinavia that enriches, excites and inspires up to a million guests every year, and music is always at the center of attention. With amazing acoustics and beautiful architecture, The Concert Hall of Aarhus houses more than 1.500 events and concerts each year across its six concert halls and 10 stages.