Rosendal Chamber Music Festival 2024

Johan Dalene


Still in his mid-teens, Johan Dalene is already making an impression on the
international music scene and has won First Prize at no fewer than eight
international competitions. This season he appears as a concerto soloist
with the Norrköping Symphony Orchestra in Sweden, with the Sandnes
Symphony Orchestra in Norway, with the Yehudi Menuhin School Orchestra
in London and with the St Christopher Chamber Orchestra in Lithuania.
Season 17/18 includes performances with Gävle Symphony Orchestra and
Jönköping Sinfonietta.

Johan was born in 2000 and began playing the violin at the age of 4. Three
years later he made his debut as a soloist with the Norrköping Symphony
Orchestra and three years after that he joined the orchestra again for a
performance of Pablo de Sarasate’s notoriously difficult Zigeunerweisen. He
has performed extensively in the Nordic region and has also appeared in
Italy, Austria, Switzerland, South Africa, China and the United Kingdom. He
has played at the Musikverein in Vienna and at the Teatro Bibiena in
Johan has won First Prizes at multiple international competitions including
the Stockholm International Music Competition (Sweden), the Kocian Violin
Competition (Czech Republic) and Giovani Talenti (Italy). In 2016 he won
Third Prize in the Junior section of the prestigious Menuhin Competition
(London), also winning the Chamber Music Award, the Wieniawski Prize
and the ECMY Prize for Exceptional Performance.
Johan has been a student-in-residence at the Verbier Festival in Switzerland
and has been instructed by some of the most distinguished string players of
our time, including Peter Herresthal, Dora Schwarzberg, Mimi Zweig, Alf
Richard Kraggerud, Stephan Barratt-Due, Gerhard Schulz, Michael
Malmgreen, Olivier Charlier, Ilya Grubert, Pamela Frank and Zakhar Bron.
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Since 2010, Johan’s regular teacher has been Professor Per Enoksson at
the Royal College of Music in Stockholm.
Johan’s repertoire includes solo violin works by Bach, Paganini and Ysaÿe,
accompanied sonatas by Beethoven, Brahms, Franck, Grieg, Kreisler,
Mozart and concertos by Bach, Mozart, Mendelssohn, Bruch, Sibelius,
Tchaikovsky, Vieuxtemps, Vivaldi, Nielsen and Saint-Saëns, among others.
Johan has been awarded a number of scholarships including G.T.Bäckmans
Kulturstipendium, Norrköping Kommuns Kulturstipendium and from the
Royal Swedish Academy of Music.

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Festival Performances Year 2024

Antonín Dvořák: Serenade for wind instruments, cello and double bass in D minor, Op. 44
KonstKnekt: Christoph Hartmann, Gunhild Rebnord (oboes), Laszlo Kuti, Christine Bårreng Hansen (clarinets), Stefan de Leval Jezierski, Emilie Ravn Jensen (horns), Vaclav Vonasek, Louisa Slosar (bassoons), Øyvind Gimse (cello), Arnulf Ballhorn (double bass)

Antonín Dvořák: Piano Trio No. 4 in E minor, Op. 90 "Dumky"
Johan Dalene (violin), Sandra Lied Haga (cello), Zlata Chochieva (piano)

Edvard Grieg: Norsk from Lyric Pieces, Op. 12 No. 6
Per Arne Glorvigen (bandoneon)

Lene Grenager: Wood Nymph (2005)
Lene Grenager (cello)

Johan Svendsen: Allegro scherzeroso from String Octet in A major, Op. 3
KonstKnekt: Joakim Røbergshagen, Phelan Walker, Dorian Xhoxhi, Johanne Haugland (violins), Frida S Oliver, Michael Grolid (violas), Øyvind Gimse, Hans Emil Sollesnes (cellos)

Lene Grenager: Systema Naturae (2007)
Daniela Braun (violin), Hans Emil Sollesnes (cello), Joachim Carr (piano)

Edvard Grieg: Violin Sonata No. 2 in G major, Op. 13
Johan Dalene (violin), Leif Ove Andsnes (piano)

Béla Bartók: Piano Sonata, BB 88, Sz. 80
Zlata Chochieva (piano)

Antonín Dvořák: Bagatelles, Op. 47
Josef Špaček (violin), Johan Dalene (violin), Øyvind Gimse(cello), Per Arne Glorvigen (bandoneon)

George Enescu: String Octet in C major, Op. 7
KonstKnekt: Dorian Xhoxhi, Johanne Haugland, Joakim Røbergshagen, Phelan Walker (violins), Michael Grolid, Frida S Oliver (violas), Hans Emil Sollesnes, Øyvind Gimse (cellos)