Peek into the magical world of Ice Music in this short film from P2 Photography. Introduced by American ice sculptor Tim Linhart, musicians play hand-carved ice instruments inside a glowing igloo concert hall.
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Nestled near the Arctic Circle, the Swedish Lapland town of Luleå is an enchanting winter wonderland of snow and ice. This magical place is also the home of Ice Music, a new musical art form introduced by American ice sculptor Tim Linhart. In his celebration of the Arctic spirit, musicians play hand-carved ice instruments inside a glowing igloo concert hall.
Shot by P2 Photography, this short film gives us a peek into Linhart’s fascinating world of snow and sound.
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