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Ingerine Dahl

Bach Partita 2 in D minor

19. May 2019 KL. 14:00 - 15:00

This spring violinist Ingerine Dahl will present a concert series consisting of 6 concerts with Johann Sebastian Bach in focus. Here she presents all of Bach's sonates and partisans in their entirety, together with improvisation for solo violin.

Ingerine Dahl started playing violin as a three-year-old, and from 12-year-old, she was taught by Professor Frantisek Veselka at the University of Stavanger. Furthermore, studies in Copenhagen and Lausanne and Mozarteum took place in Salzburg before she returned home and completed 2 master's studies at UIS and NMH.


Concerts:
17.03: Bach Sonata 1 in G minor
07.04: Bach Partita 1 in H minor
05.05: Bach Sonata 2 in A minor
19.05: Bach Partita 2 in D minor
02.06: Bach Sonata 3 in C major
16.06: Bach Partita 3 in E major

Dahl is an avid soloist and chamber musician and has received several awards. She has a permanent duo with the pianist Milan Rabrenovic, and has been touring at home and abroad with the trio Skasei.
She has been a soloist with several major orchestras, and recently she introduced Mikalsen's violin concert with SSO (live at NRK). She is often a guest of other orchestras as a concert master, including the Norwegian Chamber Orchestra and the opera in Valencia.
She had 7 performances of her own production "Solitude" at the Festivals in Bergen in June 2017 and is currently working on a new project in collaboration with the London College of Fashion and Arts. "Sei Solo" which is based on just Bach's sonates and parties.
Ingerine Dahl was employed in her current position as 2nd consortium champion in Stavanger Symphony Orchestra in 2004. She is Dextra Musica musician and plays on Ole Bull's amazing Vuillaume from 1849 on generous loans from Sparebankstiftelsen. She is the team leader of Barratt-Dues region-talent initiative in Tromsø and her management is American PriceRubin.

Ticket: 200 kroner (includes entrance to Utstein monastery, word .95 kroner).