This can be the most romantic setting in Norway if you arrive just as Edvard Grieg's music is drifting up from a summer concert in the 200-seat Troldsalen, a concert hall on the grounds. This Victorian house, in beautiful rural surroundings, was the summer villa of composer Edvard Grieg and the site where he composed many of his famous works in a setting on Lake Nordås. The house still contains his furniture, paintings, and other mementos. His Steinway grand piano is frequently used at concerts given in the house during the annual Bergen festival, and at Troldhaugen's summer concerts. Grieg and his wife, Nina, a Norwegian soprano, are buried in a cliff grotto on the estate.