Roseslottet's stage is the stage of democracy - a flattening of ten times ten meters, with its spectacular view of the Oslo Fjord as a backdrop.
The scene in the Rose Castle highlights the importance that everyone has the right to speak and to be listened to, as the Jewish writer Hannah Arendt writes in her Vita Activa. Here, the public can sit, walk, stand or be in motion along the large, spiral-shaped wooden walkway, which forms the body of the Rose Castle. Here you have the right to listen - and the right not to listen.
Everything from the baroque to newly written works is on the program, and everything from opera to storytelling to pop can be experienced. The concerts are curated, discussed and related to Roseslottet's many themes by musical director Martin Romberg, artistically responsible, and participating artists.
Do you want to gather your company, arrange an event or party in Roseslottet?
We offer guided tours with artistically responsible Vebjørn or Eimund Sand and closed events with the opportunity for dining, lectures and musical elements.