Meistrikursused vaskpillimängijaile: puhkpillikvintett NyNorsk

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  • 11:00
  • C-405, D-309, C-307, D-511, B-304, D-310
Meistrikursused vaskpillimängijaile: puhkpillikvintett NyNorsk

21. oktoobril meistrikursus puhkpilliansamblitele 11.00-13.00 C-405
22. oktoobril individuaalmeistrikursused:
       Ingebjørg Bruket (tromboon) 11.00-13.00 D-309
       Daniel W. Kjellesvik (metsasarv) 11.00-16.00 C-307
       Ingrid Eliassen (trompet) 12.00-14.00 D-511
       Jørgen Arnesen (trompet) 14.00-15.00 D-511
       Berger Iver Færder (tuuba) 16.30-17.30 D-310 

NyNorsk Messingkvintett is a Norwegian professional brass quintet founded in December 2015. The members are Erlend Aagaard-Nilsen, who works as a trumpet player in the Norwegian Radio Orchestra, and Jørgen Arnesen, Daniel Kjellesvik, Ingebjørg Bruket and Berger Iver Færder, all freelancers who have worked in orchestras and ensembles all over Scandinavia the last decade. The ensemble primarily focuses on contemporary music and crossover projects, and since their debut in 2016 they have premiered 16 commissions of Norwegian composers such as Nils Henrik Asheim, Therese Birkelund Ulvo and Marcus Paus.

They have cooperated with various artists, such as the mezzosoprano Tora Augestad, the countertenor Sean Bell, the actor Ivar Nergaard and the percussion trio Pinquins. They have performed at the Only Connect Festival of Sound (Oslo 2018) Brasswind (Bergen 2017) and Egil Hovland-festivalen (Fredrikstad 2018) and will perform at the Bergen Kirkeautunnale (church music festival) autumn 2019. In October 2019 the ensemble will make its first international tour to Helsinki and Tallinn. NyNorsk Messingkvintett is currently recording their first CD at LAWO Classics, with works by the Norwegian composer Nils Henrik Asheim. The CD will be released in 2020.

Ingrid Eliassen (trumpet) works as a teacher at the Arctic University of Norway in Tromsø. The last years she has specialized herself on Norwegian music for trumpet, and has made many concerts as soloist and as a chamber musician. In 2018 she made a tour to the USA with Norwegian music for trumpet and piano, and autumn 2019 she will release a CD with new Norwegian works for trumpet and organ, together with organ player Bjørn Andor Drage. As an orchestra musician she was formed employed as co-principal trumpet in the Kristiansand Symphony Orchestra. She is regularly employed as a short-term solo trumpeter in the Arctic Philharmonic Orchestra, and she has participated in several projects with the Mahler Chamber Orchestra the last year.

Ingrid will join NyNorsk Messingkvintett as a substitute trumpet player (instead of regular player Erlend Aagaard-Nilsen) on their Baltic Tour in October 2019.

Jørgen Arnesen (trumpet) studied classical trumpet under Kristian Steenstrup at the Royal Academy of Music in Aarhus, Denmark, and under Jonas Haltia and Ole Edvard Antonsen at the Norwegian Academy of Music in Oslo. From 2012 to 2016 Jørgen held the position as co-principal trumpet player in the Västerås Sinfonietta in Sweden. He currently works as a freelance trumpet player in Oslo.

Daniel W. Kjellesvik (French horn) studied under Frøydis Ree Wekre at the Norwegian Academy of music in Oslo and Markus Maskuniitty at the Hochschule für Musik und Teater Hannover. Since 2007 he has worked as a freelancer and has had long-term employments in Trondheim Symphony Orchestra and The Norwegian Army Band North. The last years he has had regular short-term employments in The Norwegian Radio Orchestra, The Norwegian Opera and Ballet, Trondheim Symphony Orchestra, The Arctic Philharmonic Orchestra, Kristiansand Symphony Orchestra, The Norwegian Wind Ensemble, Ensemble neon, The Arctic Sinfonietta, The Norwegian Air Force Band and The Royal Norwegian Navy Band. Daniel also works as a horn teacher at Norwegian summer academies for young wind players, and he also works as a composer. 

Ingebjørg Bruket (trombone) studied under Professor Ingemar Roos at the Norwegian Academy of Music. She works as a freelance trombonist and has had many long-term employments in orchestras as Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra, Wermland Opera, Aalborg Symphony Orchestra and Gävle Symphony Orchestra. She has regularly short-term employments in orchestras and ensembles like The Norwegian Opera and Ballett, The Norwegian Radio Orchestra, The Oslo Philharmonic, Oslo Sinfonietta and Ensemble Ernst. She has been employed as jury member of several Norwegian competitions for young wind players and also works as a conductor and a trombone pedagogue. 

Berger Iver Færder (tuba) studied under Jens Bjørn-Larsen at the Royal Danish Academy of music in Copenhagen and under Torbjørn Kvist at Barratt Due Institute of Music in Oslo. He also completed pedagogical studies at the Norwegian Academy of Music in Oslo. He has worked as a freelancer since 2008, and has had several long-term employments in orchestras like the Aalborg Symphony Orchestra, The South Jutland Symphony Orchestra and Wermland Opera. The last years he has recently had short-term employments in orchestras as The Norwegian Opera and Ballet, Stavanger Symphony Orcestra, The Arctic Philharmonic Orchestra, Kristiansand Symphony Orchstra and The Norwegian Wind Ensemble. Berger also works as a teacher at the St Hallvard College of Music in Drammen, Norway, and has taught at the Music Academy in Tromsø.