The Info List - Nobel Peace Prize Concert

The Nobel Peace Prize
Nobel Peace Prize
Concert (Norwegian and Swedish: Nobels fredspriskonsert) has been held annually since 1994 on 11 December, to honour the Nobel Peace Prize
Nobel Peace Prize
laureate. The award ceremony on 10 December takes place in Oslo City Hall, while the concert has been held at Oslo Spektrum, with the attendance of the laureate and other prominent guests. The Concert is broadcast to a global audience and reaches up to 350 million households in 100 countries. In 2015 a new distributor was announced and after 20 years at Oslo Spektrum, a change of concert venue was announced. The much larger Telenor Arena. The international entertainment giant IMG lost the job in obtaining sponsors and distribute it. Instead the concert will be produced by the Norwegian event agency Gyro in cooperation with the television production department to Norwegian Warner Bros, the former Eyeworks.[1] The concert features performers from a wide range of musical genres, the exception being the year of 1995, when a classical concert was held instead. Several editions of the concert are recorded, with different lengths and content, for airing in several countries. The hosts give descriptions of the winner's work, an interview with the winner is shown, and the winner gives a speech during the concert.


1 Laureates, hosts and artists by year

1.1 1994 1.2 1995 1.3 1996 1.4 1997 1.5 1998 1.6 1999 1.7 2000 1.8 2001 1.9 2002 1.10 2003 1.11 2004 1.12 2005 1.13 2006 1.14 2007 1.15 2008 1.16 2009 1.17 2010 1.18 2011 1.19 2012 1.20 2013 1.21 2014 1.22 2015 1.23 2016 1.24 2017

2 International broadcasters 3 References 4 External links

Laureates, hosts and artists by year[edit] Since planning starts in January, the artists invited to the concert aren't typically connected to the winner, who is announced in October. However, a few late additions are usually made to reflect the winner. Originally, the show was hosted by Norwegian celebrities or television personalities. However, since the year 2000 hosts have with few exceptions come from the United States
United States
of America. The Norwegian Radio Orchestra is the main orchestra every year. 1994[edit]

Laureates Yasser Arafat, Shimon Peres
Shimon Peres
and Yitzhak Rabin

Host Erik Bye


Ofra Haza Mari Boine Ole Edvard Antonsen Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan Sigvard Dagsland Sinéad O'Connor Sondre Bratland


Laureates Joseph Rotblat and the Pugwash Conferences on Science and World Affairs

This year a concert featuring only classical works was held. 1996[edit]

Laureates Carlos Filipe Ximenes Belo
Carlos Filipe Ximenes Belo
and José Ramos-Horta

Host Lise Fjeldstad


Angélique Kidjo Annbjørg Lien Jan Garbarek
Jan Garbarek
/ Angelite Joan Osborne Morten Harket
Morten Harket
performed the song "East Timor" Solveig Kringlebotn Sondre Bratland Sølvguttene Tata-Mai-Lau


Laureates International Campaign to Ban Landmines
International Campaign to Ban Landmines
(ICBL) and Jody Williams

Host Vigdís Finnbogadóttir


Anne Grete Preus Boyz II Men Emmylou Harris
Emmylou Harris
– (special wish from the Peace Prize winner) Harry Connick, Jr. Jewel Mariah Carey
Mariah Carey
– "My All", "Butterfly"; "One Sweet Day" with Boyz II Men Nils Petter Molvær Sinéad O'Connor Sølvguttene Youssou N'Dour


Andrew Lanter- IMG

Harry Connick Jr brought 35 musicians with him on stage, when performing at the concert in 1997. 1998[edit]

Laureates John Hume
John Hume
and David Trimble

Host Åse Kleveland


a-ha – "Summer Moved On", "The Sun Always Shines On TV"; Alanis Morissette
Alanis Morissette
- "Baba", "Uninvited", "Thank U" The Cranberries
The Cranberries
– "Dreams", "Promises" Elton John
Elton John
(Videoscreen) – "Your Song", "Something About The Way You Look Tonight" Enrique Iglesias Espen Lind
Espen Lind
– "Pop From Hell" Hariprasad Chaurasia James Galway
James Galway
with Phil Coulter Oumou Sangaré Pandit Shivkumar Sharma Phil Collins
Phil Collins
– "Both Sides Of The Story", "Another Day In Paradise" Shania Twain
Shania Twain
– "You're Still the One", "Black Eyes, Blue Tears" Sølvguttene Willard White (replacement for Andrea Bocelli)


Andrew Lanter- IMG

At the concert in 1998, American TV network Fox, did not include A-ha's performance, which was edited out. Another performance edited out by Fox in 1998, was Norwegian artist Espen Lind's "Pop From Hell". The word "hell" was not the problem, but the following sentence: "You make me so hard/because you're a star". A Fox-producer stated it would be too much to take for the American family audience. Espen Lind
Espen Lind
was told his performance would not be edited out if he did not include the word "hard" in the song, but he would not change the lyrics. He said he did not want to let himself be controlled by a double-moralistic American family channel, and that such compromises were not acceptable for him to make. 1999[edit]

Laureate Médecins Sans Frontières

Host Claus Wiese Voice-over: David Fishel


a1 Bryan Ferry The Corrs Denyce Graves Ismaël Lô Ladysmith Black Mambazo Ole Edvard Antonsen
Ole Edvard Antonsen
with the Norwegian Radio Orchestra Secret Garden Sting Tina Turner
Tina Turner
"When the heartache is over", "Whatever you need"


Laureate Kim Dae-jung

Host Jane Seymour (short notice cancellation by Meryl Streep)


Bon Jovi Bryn Terfel Eros Ramazzotti Femi Kuti Lee Ann Womack Moby Natalie Cole Sissel Kyrkjebø Sumi Jo Westlife


Laureates The United Nations
United Nations
and Kofi Annan

Hosts Liam Neeson
Liam Neeson
and Meryl Streep


a-ha – "Differences", "Hunting High and Low " Anastacia Barbara Hendricks Daniela Mercury Destiny's Child International Children's Choir Jan Garbarek Kodo Natalie Imbruglia Paul McCartney- "Your Loving Flame", "Freedom" Russell Watson Wyclef Jean
Wyclef Jean
– "Redemption Song" Youssou N'Dour
Youssou N'Dour
– "My Hope Is In You" Norwegian Radio Orchestra conducted by Paul Bateman

The 2001 concert's closing song was "Let It Be", performed by Paul McCartney and the other artists. 2002[edit]

Laureate Jimmy Carter

Hosts Anthony Hopkins
Anthony Hopkins
and Jessica Lange


Angélique Kidjo Hall & Oates Jennifer Lopez
Jennifer Lopez
– "Jenny From The Block" Jessye Norman Joaquín Cortés Josh Groban
Josh Groban
– "To Where You Are", "The Prayer" with Sissel Kyrkjebø Laura Pausini Mari Boine Michelle Branch Santana – "Adouma", "Victory is Won", "Oye Como Va" Sissel Kyrkjebø
Sissel Kyrkjebø
– "The Prayer" with Josh Groban Suede Willie Nelson
Willie Nelson
– "Always On My Mind", "The Great Divide", "Georgia on My Mind" (special wish from the Peace Prize winner) Norwegian Radio Orchestra conducted by Paul Bateman

The Grand Finale in 2002, performed by all the artists, was "Imagine" by John Lennon. 2003[edit]

Laureate Shirin Ebadi

Hosts Catherine Zeta-Jones
Catherine Zeta-Jones
and Michael Douglas


Aretha Franklin
Aretha Franklin
– "Make Them Hear You", "Wonderful" Angela Gheorghiu
Angela Gheorghiu
– "Muzica" Orchestra Baobab Carly Simon
Carly Simon
- Let The River Run The Cardigans
The Cardigans
– "For What It's Worth", "Communication" The Chieftains
The Chieftains
– "40 Shades of Green" with Rosanne Cash Craig David
Craig David
– "World Filled With Love", "Hidden Agenda" Jan Werner Danielsen – "Air" The Kamkars Lene Marlin
Lene Marlin
– "Sorry", "Hope you're happy" Roberto Alagna
Roberto Alagna
– "'O sole mio"; "Come prima" with Angela Gheorghiu Robert Plant
Robert Plant
– "Morning Dew" with Strange Sensation Tim McGraw
Tim McGraw
– "Please remember me", "God's child" Norwegian Radio Orchestra conducted by Martin Yates Hearts In Motion Gospel Choir - "Air" with Jan Werner Danielsen

The Grand Finale in 2003, sung by all the artists, was "Imagine". Robert Plant
Robert Plant
sang and changed the word "religion" with "division" in the sentence "Nothing to kill or die for/ And no division too". 2004[edit]

Laureate Wangari Maathai

Hosts Oprah Winfrey
Oprah Winfrey
and Tom Cruise


Andrea Bocelli
Andrea Bocelli
– "Dell'amore non si sa", "In-canto" Baaba Maal Chris Botti
Chris Botti
– "Someone To Watch Over Me" Cyndi Lauper
Cyndi Lauper
– "Time After Time" Diana Krall Joss Stone Patti LaBelle The Polyphonic Spree Sondre Lerche Suzanna Owíyo Tony Bennett Norwegian Radio Orchestra conducted by Martin Yates

The use of Tom Cruise
Tom Cruise
as a host created some controversy both from people fearing it could be used to promote Scientology[2] and from people who were unhappy with his supportive statements on the Iraq War.[3] There was however no mention of Scientology
during the concert and Cruise has stated his remarks on the war were misquoted. The Grand Finale was led by Patti LaBelle. For the third year in a row, the song chosen for the finale was John Lennon's "Imagine". 2005[edit]

Laureates The International Atomic Energy Agency
International Atomic Energy Agency
(IAEA) and Mohamed ElBaradei

Hosts Julianne Moore
Julianne Moore
and Salma Hayek


Damien Rice
Damien Rice
– "Unplayed piano", "Cold Water" Duran Duran
Duran Duran
– "Ordinary world", "(Reach up for the) Sunrise", "Nice" Gladys Knight
Gladys Knight
– "Party train / Friendship Train medley", "The best thing that ever happened to me", "I've got to use my imagination", "I heard it through the grapevine", "Midnight train to Georgia"; "I heard it through the grapevine" with Bubba Knight Juanes
– "La Camisa Negra", "Sueños" Katherine Jenkins
Katherine Jenkins
– "L'amore sei tu" ("I Will Always Love You"), "One fine day" Katie Melua
Katie Melua
– "The closest thing to crazy", "I cried for you", "Nine million bicycles" Madrugada – "The Kids are on high street"; "Lift me" with Ane Brun Ska Cubano
Ska Cubano
– "Chicago", "Ay Caramba" Sugababes
– "Hole in the head", "Ugly" Westlife
– "World of our own"; "You raise me up" with Rolf Løvland and Fionnuala Sherry Yo-Yo Ma
Yo-Yo Ma
– "Haydn: Cello Concerto in C, third movement" Norwegian Radio Orchestra conducted by Martin Yates

The Grand Finale in 2005, sung by all the artists, was "Give Peace a Chance". 2006[edit]

Laureates Muhammad Yunus
Muhammad Yunus
and Grameen Bank

Hosts Sharon Stone
Sharon Stone
and Anjelica Huston


Hakim – "Eda Ba", "Ya Albi" John Legend
John Legend
– "Save Room", "Used to Love U" Lionel Richie
Lionel Richie
– "Dancing on the Ceiling", "I Call It Love", "Hello", "All Night Long" Monica Yunus
Monica Yunus
(peace prize winner's daughter) – "O mio babbino caro" Morten Abel
Morten Abel
– "Big Brother", "Hard to Stay Awake" Nrityanchal, a group from Bangladesh
(personal favorite of the Peace Prize winner) – Peacock dance Paulina Rubio
Paulina Rubio
– "Ni Una Sola Palabra", "Beautiful Lie" ("Miénteme Una Vez Más") Renée Fleming
Renée Fleming
– "Vissi d'arte", "You'll Never Walk Alone" Rihanna
– "SOS", "Unfaithful" Simply Red
Simply Red
– "Something Got Me Started", "So Not Over You", "Stars" Wynonna – "At Last", "Ave Maria" Yusuf (Cat Stevens) – "Midday (Avoid Life After Dark)", "Peace Train", "Heaven/Where True Love Goes" Norwegian Radio Orchestra conducted by Nick Ingman

The artists joined Lionel Richie
Lionel Richie
on stage at the end of the show when/after he was singing "All Night Long". 2007[edit]

Laureates Al Gore
Al Gore
and Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change

Hosts Kevin Spacey
Kevin Spacey
(short notice cancellation by Tommy Lee Jones) and Uma Thurman[4]


Earth, Wind & Fire – "Fantasy", "September" Melissa Etheridge
Melissa Etheridge
– "I Need to Wake Up", "What Happens Tomorrow" Morten Harket
Morten Harket
– "Letters from Egypt" (with Sølvguttene) & " Movies " Juanes
– "Minas Piedras" Junoon – "Bulleya" Alicia Keys
Alicia Keys
– "No One", "Fallin'", "Human Nature" Annie Lennox
Annie Lennox
– "Dark Road", "Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)" KT Tunstall
KT Tunstall
– "Hold On", "Suddenly I See" Kylie Minogue
Kylie Minogue
– "Can't Get You Out of My Head", "2 Hearts" Tine Thing Helseth
Tine Thing Helseth
– trumpet opening number Norwegian Radio Orchestra conducted by Nick Davies


Laureate Martti Ahtisaari

Hosts Scarlett Johansson[5] & Michael Caine[6]


Iver Kleive
Iver Kleive
– Overture Robyn
– "With Every Heartbeat", "Be Mine!" Jason Mraz
Jason Mraz
featuring Magne Furuholmen
Magne Furuholmen
– "I'm Yours", "A Beautiful Mess" The Script
The Script
– "The Man Who Can't Be Moved", "We Cry" Marit Larsen
Marit Larsen
– "I've Heard Your Love Songs", "If a Song Could Get Me You" Il Divo
Il Divo
– "The Winner Takes It All", "Adagio", "Somewhere" Dierks Bentley
Dierks Bentley
– "Free and Easy", "Feel That Fire", "Beautiful World"[7] with Marit Larsen Julieta Venegas
Julieta Venegas
– "El presente", "Algún día" Seun Kuti
Seun Kuti
& Egypt 80 Elina Vähälä
Elina Vähälä
– "Fantasy" Diana Ross
Diana Ross
– "I'm Coming Out", "Where Did Our Love Go", "Baby Love", "Stop! In the Name of Love", "If We Hold On Together" (with Sølvguttene), "Do You Know Where You're Going To", "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" and "I Will Survive" Norwegian Radio Orchestra conducted by Nick Davies

The artists joined Diana Ross
Diana Ross
on stage at the end of the show when/after she was singing Reach Out and Touch (Somebody's Hand). 2009[edit]

Nobel Peace Prize
Nobel Peace Prize
Concert 2009

Laureate Barack Obama
Barack Obama
(did not attend the concert)

Hosts Will Smith
Will Smith
and Jada Pinkett Smith
Jada Pinkett Smith
with additional appearance by their children Jaden Smith
Jaden Smith
and Willow Smith[8]


Wyclef Jean
Wyclef Jean
– "Diallo", "Gunpowder" and "The Sweetest Girl" Toby Keith
Toby Keith
– "God Love Her", "Cryin' For Me" and "American Ride" Donna Summer
Donna Summer
– "MacArthur Park", "She Works Hard For The Money", "Smile", "No More Tears", "Bad Girls" and "Last Dance" Luis Fonsi
Luis Fonsi
– "No me doy por vencido" and "Yo Te Propongo" Amadou & Mariam – "Welcome to Mali" and "Beaux Dimanches" Alexander Rybak
Alexander Rybak
– "Fairytale" Esperanza Spalding
Esperanza Spalding
– "Precious" and "I Know You Know" (special wish from the Peace Prize winner) Lang Lang
Lang Lang
– Rhapsody in Blue Natasha Bedingfield
Natasha Bedingfield
– "Pocketful of Sunshine", "Soulmate" Westlife
– "You Raise Me Up" (featuring Ragnhild Hemsing), "What About Now" Norwegian Radio Orchestra conducted by Nick Davies and Jens Wendelboe ( Donna Summer
Donna Summer
set) Hearts In Motion Gospel Choir - featured in the finale

The Grand Finale in 2009, sung by all the artists, was Michael Jackson's "Man in the Mirror". 2010[edit]

Nobel Peace Prize
Nobel Peace Prize
Concert 2010

Laureate Liu Xiaobo
Liu Xiaobo

Hosts Denzel Washington
Denzel Washington
and Anne Hathaway[9][10]


A. R. Rahman
A. R. Rahman
– "Slumdog Millionaire Suite", "Jai Ho" featuring Gulrez Khan Herbie Hancock
Herbie Hancock
– "Imagine", "Don't Give Up" with Kristina Train, India.Arie
and Greg Phillinganes India.Arie
– "Imagine" and "Don't Give Up" with Herbie Hancock, "Gift of acceptance" featuring Idan Raichel Colbie Caillat
Colbie Caillat
– "Bubbly", "Fallin' for You" Florence and the Machine
Florence and the Machine
– "Dog Days Are Over", "Cosmic Love" Robyn
– "Jeg vet en deilig rose", "Dancing on my own", "Indestructible" Sivert Høyem
Sivert Høyem
– "Prisoner of the Road", "Into the Sea" Barry Manilow
Barry Manilow
– "Could It Be Magic", "Can't Smile
Without You", "Mandy", "Copacabana", "One Voice" Jamiroquai
– "Canned Heat", "Lifeline", "Virtual Insanity" Idan Raichel
Idan Raichel
- "Gift of Acceptance" with India.Arie Kristina Train
Kristina Train
- "Imagine" and "Don't Give Up" with Herbie Hancock Greg Phillinganes
Greg Phillinganes
- "Imagine" and "Don't Give Up" with Herbie Hancock Gulrez Khan - "Jai Ho" with A.R. Rahman Ruth Potter, harp (featured in Florence and the Machine
Florence and the Machine
set) Norwegian Radio Orchestra conducted by Nick Davies (featured in all artists performances) Young Norwegian Strings – Rigaudon from the Holberg Suite Nobel House Band[citation needed] Hearts In Motion Gospel Choir (on Barry Manilow's "One Voice")

All artists performed Michael Jackson's "Man in the Mirror" as the finale to the 2010 Nobel Peace Prize
Nobel Peace Prize
Concert. 2011[edit]

Laureates Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, Leymah Roberta Gbowee
Leymah Roberta Gbowee
and Tawakel Karman

Hosts Helen Mirren[11] and Rosario Dawson[12]


Janelle Monáe[13] – "Cold War", "I Want You Back", "Tightrope" Angélique Kidjo
Angélique Kidjo
(Leymah Gbowee's personal selection)[14] – "Africa" Evanescence[14] – "Lost in Paradise", "Bring Me to Life" Ahmed Fathi (Tawakel Karman's personal selection)[14] – "The Good Spirits" Ellie Goulding[13] – "Starry Eyed", "Your Song" Jill Scott[13] – "Hate on Me", "Golden", "He Loves Me (Lyzel In E Flat)" Jarle Bernhoft[13] – "C'mon Talk" Sugarland[13] – "Stuck Like Glue", "Tonight" David Gray[13] – "Fugitive" World Youth Choir[13] - "O Fortuna" Miatta Fahnbulleh (Ellen Johnson Sirleaf's personal selection)[14] - "Obaa" Norwegian Radio Orchestra conducted by Nick Davies (featured in all artists performances) Hearts In Motion Gospel Choir (featured in David Gray's "Fugitive" and Ahmed Fathi's "The Good Spirits")

All artists joined with Angélique Kidjo
Angélique Kidjo
on the stage singing the song "Move On Up" as the finale to the 2011 Nobel Peace Prize
Nobel Peace Prize
Concert. 2012[edit]

Laureate European Union[15]

Hosts Sarah Jessica Parker
Sarah Jessica Parker
and Gerard Butler[16]


Susanne Sundfør[15] - "White Foxes" Karpe Diem
Karpe Diem
- "Påfugl" featuring Maria Mena[15] Laleh Pourkarim[15] - "Some Die Young" Jennifer Hudson[17] - "Night of Your Life" and "I Want to Dance with Somebody" (Finale) Kylie Minogue[18] – "On a Night Like This", "Can't Get You Out of My Head" Seal[17] - "It's a Man's Man's Man's World", "Kiss from a Rose", "Crazy" Fanfare Ciocărlia[19] - "Huricestra" OqueStrada[19] - "Oxala Te Veja" Ne-Yo[19] - "Let Me Love You" Il Volo,[19] "Il Mondo", "We Are Love" Milow[19] - "You Don't Know" Maria Mena[15] - "Påfugl" with Karpe Diem Norwegian Radio Orchestra conducted by Nick Davies and Cliff Masterson ( Kylie Minogue
Kylie Minogue
set) (featured in all artists performances)


Laureate Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons[20]

Hosts Claire Danes
Claire Danes
[21] and Aaron Eckhart
Aaron Eckhart

Artists [23][24]

Mary J. Blige
Mary J. Blige
- "Family Affair", "Just Fine", "One" (finale) James Blunt
James Blunt
- "You're Beautiful", "Bonfire Heart", "No Bravery" Envy (aka. Nico & Vinz) - "In Your Arms", "Am I Wrong" Zara Larsson
Zara Larsson
- "Uncover" Morrissey - "Satellite Of Love", "People Are The Same Everywhere", "Irish Blood, English Heart" Jake Bugg
Jake Bugg
- "Broken", "A Song About Love" Timbuktu feat. Vinni
- "Alla Vill Till Himmelen Men Få Vill Ju Dö", "Let The Monkey Out" Omar Souleyman
Omar Souleyman
- "Salamat Galbi Bidek" Norwegian Radio Orchestra conducted by Nick Davies (featured in all performances) Mosaic (Gospel Choir) (featured in Envy's "Am I Wrong", Timbuktu's "Alla vill till himmelen men ingen vill dö" and "Let the Monkey Out" and Mary J. Blige's "One")


Laureates Malala Yousafzai
Malala Yousafzai
and Kailash Satyarthi

Host Queen Latifah
Queen Latifah
[25] (also performed two songs during the show: "I Know Where I've Been" and "U.N: I.T.Y.")

Artists [26][27][28][29]

Gabrielle Leithaug
Gabrielle Leithaug
- "5 Fine Frøkner", "I Believe" Seinabo Sey
Seinabo Sey
- "Younger" Nuno Bettencourt
Nuno Bettencourt
- "More Than Words" with Steven Tyler Steven Tyler
Steven Tyler
- "Dream On", "Livin' On the Edge", "More than Words" Rahat Fateh Ali Khan
Rahat Fateh Ali Khan
- "Medley", "Aao Parhao" Laura Mvula
Laura Mvula
- "Sing to the Moon", "That's Alright" Girls of the World (Juliana Joya, Emily Anne, and Carmen Amare) - "I Am Malala" Amjad Ali Khan
Amjad Ali Khan
- "Raga For Peace" Angelina Jordan
Angelina Jordan
- "What a Wonderful World" Dedicated to Nobel Laureates by newly-crowned Oslo-born Norske Talenter
Norske Talenter
winner. Bolly Flex Dancers - "Jai Ho", "Chaiya Chaiya", "Nagada Sang Dhol", "One Two Three Four Get" Norwegian Radio Orchestra conducted by Nick Davies (featured in all performances) Mosaic (Gospel Choir) (featured in Queen Latifah's "I Know Where I've Been", Gabrielle Leithaug's "I Believe", Steven Tyler's "Dream on", Girls of the World's "I Am Malala" and Rahat Fateh Ali Khan's "Aao Parhao")

Much of the concert of 2014 will future / be influenced by Bollywood performances. 2015[edit]

Laureates Tunisian National Dialogue Quartet[30]

Hosts Jay Leno
Jay Leno
(main program),[31] Derek Muller
Derek Muller
(YouTube backstage host) [32]


- "Scoundrel Days", "The Sun Always Shines On TV", "Stay on These Roads", "Sycamore Leaves", " Take On Me
Take On Me
Remix" with Kygo Aurora Aksnes
Aurora Aksnes
- "Murder Song (5, 4, 3, 2, 1)",[33] "Half the World Away", "Runaway"[34] Kygo[35] - "Stole the Show" feat Parson James, "Stay" feat Maty Noyes, "Firestone" feat Kurt Nilsen, " Take On Me
Take On Me
Remix" feat. A-ha Jason Derulo
Jason Derulo
- "Cheyenne", "Want To Want Me" Emel Mathlouthi
Emel Mathlouthi
- "Kelmti Horra (My Word Is Free)"
- "New Year's Eve", "Lean On" Parson James - "Stole the Show" with Kygo Maty Noyes - "Stay" with Kygo Kurt Nilsen
Kurt Nilsen
- "Firestone" with Kygo Norwegian Radio Orchestra (featured in all performances) Mosaic Gospel Choir (featured in Jason Derulo
Jason Derulo
and Emel Mathlouthi
Emel Mathlouthi
sets and "Take On Me" finale)


Laureate President of Colombia
President of Colombia
Juan Manuel Santos
Juan Manuel Santos
for his peace negotion efforts with FARC[36]

Host Conan O'Brien
Conan O'Brien
(also performed a short "traditional Norwegian song" based on Jørn Hoel's "Har en drøm" with the orchestra after Halsey's set)


Frøder - "Over the Sea"[37][38] Halsey[39] - "Castle", "Colors" Highasakite[40] - "Golden Ticket", "Lover, Where Do You Live?" Icona Pop
Icona Pop
- "All Night", "I Love It", "Brightside" Juanes
- "A Dios le Pido", "Fuego", "La Camisa Negra" Marcus & Martinus[41] - "Without You", "Bae" Sting - "Fragile", "One Fine Day", "Message in a Bottle", "Every Breath You Take" Norwegian Radio Orchestra (featured in all performances) Mosaic Gospel Choir (background vocals in Icona Pop
Icona Pop
and Halsey sets)



International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons


David Oyelowo
David Oyelowo


John Legend
John Legend
- "What's Going On", "Penthouse", "Love Me Now", "All of Me", "Glory", "God Only Knows" with Zara Larsson
Zara Larsson
[43] Sigrid Raabe
Sigrid Raabe
- "Strangers", "Dynamite", [44] Zara Larsson
Zara Larsson
- "Lush Life", "Symphony", "God Only Knows" with John Legend[45] Matoma
[46][47], "One in a Million", "Slow", "False Alarm" Lukas Graham
Lukas Graham
- "Funeral", "7 Years" Adam Douglas (no) - "One in a Million" with Matoma Shy Martin
Shy Martin
- "Slow" with Matoma Becky Hill - "False Alarm" with Matoma Le Petit Cirque - "Hero" Norwegian Radio Orchestra conducted by Nick Davies (featured in all performances) Nobel House Band (featured in all performances) Mosaic Gospel Choir, SiNoRi and Elitekoret (featured in select performances)

One of the surviving Hibaku pianos, a series of pianos that were successfully restored following the Hiroshima and Nagaski atomic bombings in 1945, was featured during the event. It was played by John Legend during his and Zara Larsson's duet. International broadcasters[edit] This list is incomplete; you can help by expanding it.

Country Broadcaster

Norway NRK

USA Fox Broadcasting Company

UK Sky Arts

Sweden SVT

Denmark DR K

Australia ABC2

India Zee Café

Indonesia MetroTV

Italy Playme.tv, repeat Mediaset

Turkey TRT

Iceland SkjárEinn

Argentina Channel 7

Brasil TV Bandeirantes


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Nobel Peace Prize
Concert is here! (link in bio) First band out is @Highasakiteband #nppc pic.twitter.com/FmALPmXOrM" Nobel Peace Prize
Nobel Peace Prize
Concert Twitter account, 01 July 2016 ^ http://www.dagbladet.no/kultur/marcus-og-martinus-til-nobelkonserten/63972587 ^ https://www.vg.no/rampelys/tv/nobels-fredspris/hollywood-stjernen-david-oyelowo-skal-lede-fredspriskonserten/a/24203078/ ^ http://wixx.com/news/articles/2017/sep/27/oslo-me-loves-oslo-you-john-legend-to-headline-nobel-peace-prize-concert/ ^ https://www.vg.no/rampelys/musikk/nobels-fredspris/sigrid-raabe-spiller-paa-nobelkonserten/a/24156777/ ^ https://www.vg.no/rampelys/musikk/zara-larsson-til-nobelkonserten/a/24160916/ ^ Official website ^ https://www.vg.no/rampelys/musikk/i/J1ozP4/matoma-bruker-adam-douglas-som-stand-in

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