Photo: Dextra Musica
  • 12 February 2023
  • The National Museum – The Auditorium
  • 19.00–20.45

Tonight’s concert features one of the world’s finest violins.

Made by Carlo Bergonzi in Cremona in 1735, it has been played by, among others, the legendary violinist Fritz Kreisler. The concert concludes with a rare opportunity to hear the instruments in the exhibition’s Gofriller Quartet played together. These instruments from Venice are more dramatic in style than those from Cremona, both visually and acoustically.

Guro Kleven Hagen, violin
Louisa Tuck, cello
Marina Kan Selvik, piano
Øyvind Bjorå, violin
Bjarne Magnus Jensen, violin
Magnus Boye Hansen, viola
Øyvind Gimse, cello

Works by Bull, Grieg, and Clara Schumann

Doors open 18.30