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Trondheim Soloists (Norwegian: TrondheimSolistene) are a musical chamber ensemble of string players based in Trondheim, Norway. The ensemble was founded in 1988 and has been an arena for professional concert training for string-players at the Music Conservatory at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology.


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Trondheim Soloist’s discography includes over twenty recordings. The Trondheim Soloists have recorded 6 CDs including Vivaldi’s ’'Four Seasons’' and all of the music for strings by Edvard Grieg. The French Diapason d’Or was awarded the orchestra for its recording of Grieg’s String Quartet No. 1 in G minor. Cellist Øyvind Gimse was appointed as artistic director in 2002.

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Their performing style has been described as a hybrid between modern techniques and period ideas: they use baroque bows but on metal stringed instruments. The latest release, Divertimenti (2L, 2008), featuring pieces by Britten and Bartók, also marks the first ever audio-only release on Blu-ray technology. The record was later nominated for three Grammy awards.


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Trondheim Soloists collaborates regularly with professional soloists such as Ben Caplan, Leif Ove Andsnes, Martin Fröst, Joshua Bell, Ole Edvard Antonsen, and Arve Tellefsen. Trondheim Soloists are perhaps mostly known for their extensive collaboration with German classical violinist Anne-Sophie Mutter. This collaboration has resulted in recordings of pieces by Vivaldi (Deutsche Grammophon, 1999) and Bach (Deutsche Grammophon, 2008). The Bach album made its debut on the Billboard "Top Classical Albums" chart in the No. 1 position in October 2008, and remained in the top five for five weeks. The collaboration with Mutter has also included touring. In November 2001, the Trondheim Soloists made their Carnegie Hall debut alongside Mutter

Selected discography

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  • 1999: Vivaldi: The Four Seasons (Deutsche Grammophon), with Anne-Sophie Mutter
  • 2001: Trondheimsolistene (Universal Music)
  • 2006: Mozart: Violin Concertos (2L), with Marianne Thorsen
  • 2008: Gubaidulina In Tempus Praesens (Deutsche Grammophon), with Anne-Sophie Mutter
  • 2008: Divertimenti (2L)
  • 2012: Infinite Gratitude (Kirkelig Kulturverksted]]), with Knut Reiersrud Band
  • 2012: Souvenir - Part I & II (2L)
  • 2014: Magnificat (2L), with Nidarosdomens Jentekor
  • 2016: The Mechanical Fair (Olsen), with Ola Kvernberg (re-release on LP)
  • 2016: Reflections (2L)

  • Trondheim Soloists Dualist live The Mechanical Fair Ola Kvernberg amp The Trondheim


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