The beautiful viking city of Trondheim is situated by the Trondheimsfjord in the middle of Norway. As soon as you get to the center of Trondheim, most events are within walking distance. This also goes for concerts during the festival, where participants of TICC 2017 have free access if available seats.
Trondheim Airport Vaernes is 30 minutes by airport bus from the center of the city. The railway station, Trondheim Central Station, is located in the city center.
The participants of TICC 2017 only have a short walk (5 min) from the hotel to the rehearsing facilities in Olavskvartalet. Walking from the hotel to the Free Mason Hall takes 10-15 minutes.
Musicians are responsible for all travel expenses. There are possibilities for applying for travel funding, which can be provided based on the need and the total travel costs of the groups. There will be a non-refundable entry fee of EUR 160 per quartet which should not be sent before the application has been accepted. Applying for TICC is free.
TICC participants will be offered free accomodation and two free meals a day: Breakfast and one hot meal a day.
TICC will offer free lodging in 2-bed rooms at hotel located in the center of Trondheim.
Rehearsal facilities, including the provision of music stands, will be available to all participants. The rehearsing facilities are located in Olavskvartalet. All rounds of the competition 2017 will take place in the Free Mason Hall, which is a beautiful hall with very suitable acoustics for chamber music.
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