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Ernst Simon Glaser

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Origin  Norway
Role  Musical Artist
Name  Ernst Glaser

Instruments  Cello
Genres  Classical
Albums  Zvezdochka in Orbit
Ernst Simon Glaser wwwmicnonminsfpicernstsimon2fileernstsimo
Occupation(s)  Musician, music teacher
Similar People  Ernst Glaser, Randi Stene, Christian Ihle Hadland, Havard Gimse, Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra

Arensky Piano Trio No. 1 in D minor, Op. 32, Elegia.

Ernst Simon Glaser (born 1975 in Ålesund, Norway) is a Norwegian musician (cello) and music teacher, the son of violinist Ernst Glaser (1904–79), and brother of the pianist Liv Glaser (1935–).



Glaser moved to England at the age of six years, and got his musical exams at the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester. In 2002 he was awarded This year's Young Soloist by the Rikskonsertene, and he gave a remarkable debut concert at the University Concert Hall in Oslo 2003. He received the Debutantprisen 2004, and has been appointed as alternate solo cellist in the Trondheim Symphony Orchestra and The Norwegian Opera and Ballet for ten years, and is currently principal cellist at the Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra. In 2014 he started as teavher at the Norwegian Academy of Music together with the cellist Truls Mørk. He has toured extensively in areas like Europe and Asia, and is performing Olav Anton Thommessen among others, at Siljustøl during Festspillene i Bergen 2015.


  • 2004: Schubert & Schumann (Simax Classics)
  • 2012: Zvezdochka in Orbit (Aurora Records)
  • References

    Ernst Simon Glaser Wikipedia