Rosendal Chamber Music Festival 2018

Ingrid Andsnes. Photo Haakon Nordvik

Ingrid Andsnes

Biography

Ingrid Andsnes (1978 Karmøy, Norway) is a highly accomplished pianist and one of Norwayʼs most endearingly passionate musicians. Her love for music is just as inspiring as her joy in performing is striking. She has studied with Professor Joan Havill at Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London and with Professor Jiri Hlinka at Barratt Due Institute of Music in Oslo. She has won both national and international prizes, among them, the Janácek Prize at the Firkusny Competition in The Czech Republic in 2003. Andsnes had received several prestigious scholarships, among them a three year scholarship from the Norwegian Stateʼs Artist Fund.

Ingrid has performed as a soloist with several Norwegian Orchestras, among them the Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra and the Norwegian Radio Orchestra, and in 2010 she recorded Mozart’s piano concerto no. 12 with the Telemark Chamber Orchestra. In collaboration with the finest of Norway's musicians, including Solveig Kringelborn, Arve Tellefsen, Håvard Gimse and The Norwegian Soloist Choir, Ingrid Andsnes has given a remarkable contribution to concert life both nationally and internationally. Being a popular festival musician, Andsnes has contributed at the largest classical music festivals in Norway.In recent years Ingrid Andsnes has enjoyed exploring the pianistic role outside traditional boundaries of classical music, such as Ørjan Matreʼs “Duet for solo piano” – a work for piano and contemporary dancer written especially for her. In 2012 she played Beethovenʼs monumental “Diabelli Variations” in the play “33 Variations” by Moisés Kaufman in the production staged at Det Norske Teateret in Oslo. In 2015 Andsnes released this work coupled with Lars Petter Hagen’s ‘Diabelli Cadenza’ on the album ’33 + 1’, released with a concert in Carnegie Hall and hailed by reviewers and audiences alike.

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Festival Performances Year 2018

Nielsen: Chaconne Op. 32 (1916)
Leif Ove Andsnes, piano

Bartok: Romanian Dances (1915)
Akiko Suwanai, violin & Ingrid Andsnes, piano

Ravel: Le Tombeau de Couperin (1914-17)
Bertrand Chamayou, piano

Interval

Berg: Hier ist friede, Op.4 No. 5, (1917) arranged for four instruments
Leif Ove Andsnes, piano, Ingrid Andsnes, harmonium, Akiko Suwanai, violin & Edgar Moreau, cello.

Ernst von Dohnanyi : Piano Quintet No. 2 Op.26 (1914)
Leif Ove Andsnes, piano & Dover String Quartet

Kreisler: Toy Soldier`s March (1917)
Henning Kraggerud, violin & Ingrid Andsnes, piano

Zemlinsky: String Quartet No. 2 op 15  (1914-17)
 Dover String Quartet

Interval

Janacek: Violin Sonata (1914)
Henning Kraggerud, violin & Kirill Gerstein, piano

Ysaÿe: Trio for 2 violins & viola Le Londres (1915)
Henning Kraggerud, violin, Johan Dalene, violin & Lars Anders Tomter, viola

Scriabin: Vers la flamme op 72 (1914)
Kirill Gerstein, piano

(included in large festival packages only due to limited number of seats. Waiting list: please send us an email.)

Signe Lund: Peace Bells (1918)
Ingrid Andsnes, piano

Busoni: Albumblatt (1916)
Guy Eshed, flute and Ingrid Andsnes, piano.

Stravinsky: Three Pieces for String Quartet (1914)
Dover String Quartet

Fauré: Cello Sonata No. 1 Op. 109 (1917)
Edgar Moreau, cello and Bertrand Chamayou, piano

Debussy: Syrinx (1913)
Guy Eshed, flute

Alf Hurum: Exotic Suite Op. 9 (1915) for violin and piano
Johan Dalene, violin and Ingrid Andsnes, piano

Komitas: Folk Songs
Kirill Gersten, piano

Szymanowski: Myths Op. 30 (1915)
Henning Kraggerud, violin and Bertrand Chamayou, piano

Vaughan Williams: The Lark Ascending (1914)
Akiko Suwanai, violin and Ingrid Andsnes, piano

Lili Boulanger: Cortege (1914); D’un matin de printemps (1917)
Guy Eshed, flute and Bertrand Chamayou, piano

Fauré: Une chateleaine en sa tour Op. 110 (1918)
Sivan Magen, harp

Ravel: Introduction and Allegro (1907)
Akiko Suwanai, violin, Johan Dalene, violin, Lars Anders Tomter, viola, Edgar Moreau, cello, Guy Eshed, flute, Andreas Ottensamer, clarinet and Sivan Magen, harp.

Interval

Elgar: Piano Quintet Op. 84 (1918-1919)
Henning Kraggerud, violin, Akiko Suwanai, violin, Lars Anders Tomter, viola, Edgar Moreau, cello and Kirill Gersten, piano

Sinding: Abendstimmung Op. 120 (1915)
Henning Kraggerud, violin and Leif Ove Andsnes, piano

Webern: Cello Pieces, Op. 11 (1914)
Edgar Moreau, cello and Kirill Gersten, piano

Kreisler: Berceuse Romantique Op. 9 (1916) & La Gitana (1917)
Johan Dalene, violin and Ingrid Andsnes, piano

Reger: Clarinet Quintet (1915-16)
Andreas Ottensamer, clarinet and Dover String Quartet