Evening Recital: Eirik Stømner

Evening Recital with pianist Eirik Stømner in Troldsalen Thursday 22. July at 18.00.

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Eirik Haug Stømner (1993) is a Norwegian pianist from Halden. In the spring of 2018, he completed the prestigious Artist Diploma programme at the Norwegian Academy of Music, where he studied with professors Einar Henning Smebye and Marianna Shirinyan. He made his debut as a soloist with the Norwegian Broadcasting Orchestra by playing Brahms' first piano concerto, which was later broadcasted on national television.

Stømner has gained experience as a soloist, chamber musician and accompanist. He has amongst others been a soloist with; the Ukraine National Radio Symphony Orchestra, the Norwegian Wind Ensemble and the Oslo Symphony Orchestra, and has played concerts all over Europe. In 2018, he was on NRK's ​​minute by minute broadcast on the occasion of Edvard Grieg's 175th anniversary, and in the spring of 2019 he made his debut at the Bergen Festival. In 2020, he returned to the Festival, and also did concerts during the Oslo Chamber Music Festival later that summer. Since the autumn of 2018, he has been employed as a piano teacher and accompanist at the music department at Foss upper secondary school in Oslo.

Program

Fartein Valen (1887-1952):

Allegro maestoso, op. 2 nr 1

Edvard Grieg (1843-1907):

Lyriske stykker V / Lyric pieces V, Op. 54
Gjetergutt / Shepherd's boy
Gangar
Trolltog / March of the Trolls
Notturno
Scherzo
Klokkeklang / Bell Ringing

Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827):

Bagateller/Bagatelles, op. 126
Andante con moto
Allegro
Andante
Presto
Quasi allegretto
Presto - Andante amabile e con moto

Wolfgang Plagge (1960):

Reflections on Beethoven’s «Bagatelles, op. 126», op. 113

 

Tickets and booking:

Adults: NOK 290
KODE members, Students and BergenCard: NOK 250
Children NOK 50

Duration: 60 minutes

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Leftover tickets are sold at Troldhaugen. The ticket includes entrance to the museum and to Grieg’s villa.