Consonant Wind Quintet - Grieg in Bergen 2020
WED 22. JULY at 7.30 pm
Johanne Lyngøy Tilrem, flute
Víctor Martínez Jara, clarinet
Aimar Martinez Violet, oboe
Daniel Blanco Tedejo, bassoon
Nora Hannisdal, horn

There is some pretty nice music written for wind quintet. Certainly the program seen below represents several of them. Combine this with 5 young, energic and extremly gifted muscians and we believe you will have a very enjoyable evening.

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G. LIGETI (1923-2006)
Sechs Bagatellen für Bläserquintett

C. NIELSEN (1865-1931)
Wind Quintet, Op 43

E. GRIEG (1843-1907)
Trolltog, from Lyrical Pieces, Op 54. (arr. Tom Simensen)

P. TAFFANEL (1844-1908)
Quintette pour instruments à vent.

E. GRIEG (1843-1907)
Peer Gynt, oP 23 (arr. Clark McAllister)

M. DE FALLA (1876-1946)
Dance Española No 1, from La Vida Breve (arr. Lisa Portus)

JOHANNE LYNGØY TILREM (1992) comes from Brønnøysund and has played flute since she was 15 years old. As a 16-year-old, she moved to Mosjøen to attend the High School’s music department with Saska Cvijanovic as teacher. Here she was included in the program ... "Young Soloists" and played Mozart as a soloist with orchestra. She developed a tremendous passion for the flute and began at Toneheim Folk High School. Here she prepared auditions and began her studies at the University of Stavanger, Faculty of Music and Dance with Vidar Austvik as a teacher.

Johanne went to audition and got to play Carl Nielsen Flute Concerto as soloist with the school's orchestra. She was also approved as a substitute for the Stavanger Symphony Orchestra and has since played many concerts with the orchestra. Currently she is studying her Master's Degree in flute at the Norwegian Academy of Music.

VICTOR MARTINEZ JARA, born in Astorga (Spain) in 1995, is a clarinetist based in Oslo. After starting his Bachelor’s Degree in the Conservatorio Superior de Salamanca, he completed his degree in 2018 at the Norwegian Academy of Music, Oslo, with Professor Leif Arne Pedersen. He is currently completing his Master’s Degree in the same institution, working with Leif Arne Pedersen and Björn Nyman.

He is an avid chamber musician and orchestral player that has worked with multiple chamber music formations over the years, winning the Second Prize at the “National Chamber Music Competition” of Ávila (Spain) in 2014 with “Satoff” Clarinet Quartet and the Second Prize and the Ungdommens Musikkmesterskap in 2020 with “CONSONANT Quintet”. He has also been a regular member of Undomssymfonikerne (the Norwegian National Youth Orchestra) and has performed with orchestras such as KORK (the Norwegian Radio Orchestra), the Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra or the Norwegian Chamber Orchestra.

Daniel Blanco Tedejo AIMAR MARTINEZ VIOLET was born in 1995 in Irun, Spain. He started studying obo when he was 6 at Irungo Udal Musika Eskola eta Kontserbatorioa with Juan Mari Ruiz. He has studied with Professor Christian Wetzel and Laura Marcos in Euskal Herriko Goi Mailako Kontserbatorioa (MUSIKENE) and did an ERASMUS exchange at Hochschule für Musik und Tanz Köln in 2016 where he developed his contemporary music skills with Peter Veale, Oboist from Ensemble MusicFabrik. Nowadays he is doing his 2nd year master at Barratt Due Musikkinstitutt with David Friedemann Strunck. He has played with many orchestras and ensembles: Kringkastingsorkesteret, Det Norske Kammerorkesteret, Arktisk Filharmoni, Oslo Kammerakademi, Forsvarets Stabsmusikkorps, Bilbao Orkestra Sinfonikoa, Ungdomssymfonikerne.

He has won many prizes at chamber music with Ensemble Mendibil at Euskadiko Musikari Gazteen Lehiaketa. He has played at International Summer Academy (ISA masterclasses) and in many masterclasses with Françoix Leleux, Ivan Podyomov, Miriam Pastor, Stefan Schilli, Kai Frömbgen and Thomas Indermühle.

DANIEL BLANCO TEDEJO (bassoon), originally from Spain, started his musical education at the Conservatorio Profesional "Ángel Barja" de Astorga (Spania). There he had the opportunity of playing with the wind band "Ciudad de Astorga" and also with the youth orchestra "Juventudes Musicales". He continue his studies at the Conservatorio Superior de Salamanca in Spain and he finished his Bachelor Degree at the Universidade de Evora in Portugal. During this time he had lessons with Gustavo Nuñez, Guillermo Salcedo and Eduardo Sirtoti. He also collaborated with "Orchestra Clasica do Sul" and "Orquesta sem Fronteiras".

Nowadays he is studying at NMH his master degree with Dag Jensen and Alessandro Caprotti. He also had played with KORK (the Norwegian Radio Orchestra), Ungdomssymfonikerne (the Norwegian Youth Orchestra) and Oslofjord Kammerorchestra.

NORA HANNISDAL studies classical music at the Norwegian Academy of Music, and will finnish her Masters Degree in horn performance spring 2020 with Steinar Granmo Nilsen as her teacher. During her studies at NMH she has studied at the Staatliche Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst Stuttgart with Professor Christian Lampert and at the Conservatoire National Supérieur De Musique Et De Danse De Paris with Professor Jacques Deleplanque.

Nora has experience as a chamber musician and an orchestra musician, and has played with professional orchestras and wind orchestras such as the Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra, The Norwegian Opera Orchestra and the Staff Band of the Norwegian Armed Forces. Nora is an eclectic chamber musician, with an interest for both contemporary music, pop and jazz, classical and romantic chamber music. As well as being a part of the contemporary ensemble Traktor, she is playing in chamber music groups such as SINK, duo Rue, Birte Slettevoll Band and the prizewinning wind quintet CONSONANT Quintet.

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Conconant Wind Quintet

Wednesday 22nd
at 7.30 pm

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