Eldbjørg Hemsing with new recording release 'Grieg – The Violin Sonatas'

Following the acclaimed recordings of concertos by Borgström and Shostakovich, Dvořák and Suk, and by Tan Dun, Eldbjørg Hemsing is following in the footsteps of her great-great-grandfather, who once inspired Edvard Grieg to compose one of his most famous works. Joint by Macedonian pianist Simon Trpčeski, Eldbjørg is embarks the journey of Grieg violin sonatas on her latest release [...]

ELDBJØRG HEMSING IN PRESTO CLASSICAL

Eldbjørg Hemsing on Borgström's Violin Concerto Katherine Cooper | Presto Classical | 14th May 2018 For her debut solo recording (out now on BIS), the Norwegian violinist Eldbjørg Hemsing pairs Shostakovich’s Violin Concerto No. 1 with a very different (and far less familiar) work: the lush 1914 Violin Concerto by composer and music-journalist Hjalmar Borgstrøm, [...]

ELDBJØRG HEMSING IN CLASSICAL MUSIC MAGAZINE

Eldbjørg Hemsing prominently featured in May 2018 issue of CLASSICAL MUSIC magazine (UK) Violinist Jack Liebeck curates this strings edition of Classical Music encompassing his many artistic passions, from music education and photography through to practical advice for performers on maintaining healthy technique and taking instruments on tour. Professors Brian Cox, Robert Winston and Brian [...]

ELDBJØRG HEMSING INTERVIEW IN THE ARTS DESK

Violinist Eldbjørg Hemsing: 'in the moments when magic happens, you think, that's why we do this' On a Norwegian rediscovery, communication and twentysomething enterprise by David Nice | theartsdesk.com | 28 April 2018 In a classical recording industry seemingly obsessed with marketing beautiful young female violinists, but very often presenting them in repertoire to which [...]

ELDBJØRG HEMSING DEBUT CD REVIEW IN THE ARTS DESK

Classical CDs Weekly: Borgström "Wonderfully played […], Eldbjørg Hemsing’s dynamism and rich, warm tone exactly what the concerto needs. She's really impressive." Graham Rickson | theartsdesk.com | 28 April 2018 Hjalmar Borgström sounds like the name of a BBC Four gumshoe, a melancholy detective solving crimes in downtown Tromsø. He was actually a Norwegian composer [...]