Ice Music made by Ice Instruments in an Igloo Symphony Concert Hall

Winter 2008-2009

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Instruments Made From Ice
Ice Music

While the Ice Hotel in Swedish Lapland may get all of the press attention for ice architecture, Beaver Creek has its' own ice building and developing ice culture. The summit of lift 12 is an ideal sub freezing ecozone for this ice music concert hall where one can hear the amazing sounds of ice instruments. Build by Tim Linhart and his Swedish wife Birgitta, one will be amazed to hear symphonic sounds from an array of instruments including an ice cello, xylophone, guitar and violin. Previous projects have included ice organs, drums, violas, base and flutes.

Ice Xylophone

Xylophone made from ice and its creator, ice artist Tim Linhart

Ice Instruments

Ice Instrument: Cello

Cello made from ice

One will be amazed to discover the craftsmanship applied to the hollow body instruments, with ice shaved thin to achieve the acoustic qualities similar to their wooden brethren.

The Igloo Concert Symphony Concert Hall

Ice Music Igloo

Ice Music Symphony: Inside Igloo

Inside the Igloo Concert Symphony hall

Build for acoustics, ventilation and comfort, this concert hall has it all.

Tim Linhart Photos:

Ice Music Symphony: Ice Organ, drums and xylaphone

Ice Music Symphony: Ice Organ

Ice Music Symphony: Inside Igloo

Ice Music Symphony: Inside Igloo



Ice Music: Narration by Tim Linhart


Ice Music: Whiteroom doing Avicii's "Hey Brother" with ice instruments


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