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| Immortal NYSTEDT, KIND|
Øystein Fevang, Kjetil Almenning, Wolfgang Plagge, Grex Vocalis, Knut Nystedt
Antonio Bibalo: Psalm 8, November 2006
Jon Balke: Palabras sueltas, Kongsberg Jazz Festival 2006
Kjell Mørk Karlsen: O magnum mysterium, 2005
Synne Skouen: En spøk (In Jest), 2005
Knut Nystedt: Jesu Sieben Worte, 2003
Stephen Frost: Parapraxis, in cooperation with Norwegian bassoonist Sigyn Birkeland, 2003
Wolfgang Plagge: Salve Crux, 2002
Wolfgang Plagge: Psalm 84, 2001
Trond Lindheim: wedding cantata Hjelp, de gifter seg! (Oh my, they are getting married!) on the Norwegian national broadcasting company (NRK TV) during the wedding of Crown Prince Haakon and Miss Mette-Marit Tjessem Høiby in 2001
Wolfgang Plagge: Liknarbraut, 2000
Ketil Bjørnstad: Old, in cooperation with Jai Shankar, Palle Mikkelborg, Helen Davies and Ketil Bjørnstad, Vestfold International Festival 2000
"Kind" - 2L 2010 - Works by Marcus Paus, amongst others
Immortal Nystedt - 2L 2005 - Works by Knut Nystedt
Liknarbraut - 2L 2002 - Work by Wolfgang Plagge
Old – Universal 2001 - Ketil Bjørnstad
Christmas album Det lyser i stille grender - Naxos 1998
Ensemble 96 is a Norwegian chamber choir located in Oslo. The choir works mainly with contemporary music and is partly funded by government grants. It has released several CDs, and given concerts and participated in national and international choral competitions. Ensemble 96 has just under 30 members.
Ensemble 96 was founded in 1996, and had its beginnings in the (now defunct) Oslo Philharmonic Chamber Choir.
The current conductor is Nina T. Karlsen. The founding conductor was Øystein Fevang.
Ensemble 96's CD "Immortal Nystedt", published on the label 2L, was nominated for the 49th Grammy Awards in the categories Best Choral Performance and Best Surround Album. The choir was awarded The Norwegian Choir Association's Choral Award for 2007.
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