That day after 17 May

It’s been a fantastic celebration of Norwegian Constitution Day yesterday! How are you guys feeling? Gradually getting back to normal life? 🙂 We have prepared a short summary of what you can find in the current issue of The List Magazine so you can relax a little bit with coffee and the magazine in your hands.18278862_1086708978099817_4608288444886635871_oPhoto by Wil Lee-Wright

The List wanted to know more about what the youngsters are thinking and how it feels to be a teenager living in Trondheim. Therefore, we have created issue 16, which is in fact developed, influenced and inspired by the youth. Students at Trondheim Katedralskole, Rosenborg skole, as well as students taking part in the AFS international exchange programme, squeezed the most out of their free time after school. They found time to perform the roles of writers and photographers, creating content that is interesting, professionally written, and comes from their hearts.All writers by Théo Duperret_IMG_3755.jak-zmniejszyc-fotke_plPhoto by Théo Duperret

There is no time to waste, check out articles about the new circus and Lindy Hop, activities you probably didn’t know existed in town. Go, grab a copy and indulge in the column on how it feels to be born and raised in the city of opportunities, music piece about underground hip hop, interview with Stian Sandø, and learn what the youth’s thoughts on Norway being the happiest country are.Maura March_lindy hoppPhoto by Maura MarchKristian Wanvik_Cirquante Ungdom til print (25 of 34)Photo by Kristian Wanvik

Furthermore, we encourage you to find an interview with dr. Alan Stern and have a closer look at Starmus’ programme, the world’s greatest science festival that is soon taking place in Trondheim (!)astronaut-877306_1920Stock photo

We are also honored to introduce our readers to our new concept, which is Art List, the city’s first English-language, dedicated guide to museums, galleries, and exhibitions held in town.Work by graduate Amanda Trygg at Trondheim Art academy - 2016 Work by graduate Amanda Trygg at Trondheim Art academy
Happy reading!

Words by Kasia Gasiorek

Rockheim Hall of Fame

170421_197_hall of fameDon’t miss the party as the Raga Rockers, Popol Ace and Dizzie Tunes are inducted into the Norwegian Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on 28 May. The Rockheim Hall of Fame is an institution honouring persons and groups who have played an essential role in the development and dissemination of Norwegian music. Artists are nominated for the award by a committee, and then voted in by a group of their peers.

The night will be one to remember; with a programme full of big surprises, amazing artists, stimulating discussion, and of course the music! The programme will be lead by Thomas Felberg – known for his music show on Norwegian radio station P13, and for his own work as a rock vocalist.

Being inducted into the Hall of Fame is what many Norwegian artists dream of. The party surrounding the event is once in a lifetime for the artists,but as attendees we have the privilege of experiencing it every year!

Fans of Norwegian music will find this to be an event that can’t be missed. Tickets are available for purchase online, or directly from Olavshallen (where the event is being held) – act quickly to secure your seat at the table for this historic event.

Words by Bradley Kurtz