Trodheim Soloists – Norway
Trodheim Soloists is one of the most important and innovative chamber music orchestras in the international music scene. With the appointment of cellist Øyvind Gimse as Artistic Director in 2002, the Orchestra is now recognized as being at the forefront of the music scene in Norway.
Founded in 1988, the young age and dynamism of its members are some of the orchestra's main features– the average age of the musicians being under 30.
The orchestra announced its arrival to the international stage in 1990 with its debut in London, where it received an enthusiastic response from the audience. In 1999 it was invited to accompany violinist Anne-Sophie Mutter on her new recording of Vivaldi's Four Seasons for Deutsche Grammophon, thereby initiating an artistic collaboration that continues today. The Vivaldi album is a benchmark of excellence and is still a bestseller in the classical music charts.
The versatility of the Orchestra enables its members to perform a variety of musical genres and styles, from baroque to tango, jazz, pop and rock. Trondheim Soloists collaborates regularly with Norway's most important artists such as singers Morton Harkett (from the pop group AHA), Sissel Kyrkjebø, and Herborg Kråkevik. It also collaborates with musicians Stian Cartensen and Odd Nordstoga on recordings and touring.
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