Trondheim chamber music festival 26 september - 1 october 2017


The 2016 festival video is here!

See the 2016 festival video here!


Do you miss the festival atmosphere? Has the post festival time felt a little empty? Enjoy the highlights from the 2016 festival in this video!

Kamfest gets good reviews in international media Amazing fun Chamber music from the heart Admiring the energy of the festival management Powerful music by star musicians Don't try to understand - just listen Celebration at Dokkhuset

Kamfest gets good reviews in international media

Two international reporters, from the reputable Musical America and Seismograf respectively, visited Trondheim Chamber Music Festival this year. They left the festival with great memories.

Shirley Apthorp from the american website Musical America, and Andrew Mellor from the danish magazine Seismograf attended this years festival.

"Trondheim festival reinvents itself (again)" is what Shirley Apthorp from Musical America argues in her article. Musical America is a pay-only website, you can download a full version of the article here.

"Beyond The downward droops" is a long and detailed article, devoted to our danish festival composer Bent Sørensen. The article focuses on several of the concerts with performances of Sørensen's material throughout the festival.


Amazing fun

There were fun for all ages during Amazing Afternoon at Ringve Museum.


Chamber music from the heart

The music got wings when Gabriela Montero and Henning Kraggerud improvised together in the Freemason Hall. And it was great fun, too!


Admiring the energy of the festival management

Sørensen is impressed by the energy of the festival organizers: - They leap, take chances; It's like a free fall, says the Danish festival composer. Watch the video interview here.


Powerful music by star musicians

Europes best chamber ensembles, Pavel Haas Quartet and Trio con Brio Copenhagen, played classical gems in the Freemasons Hall.

Relive the magic in this video.


Don't try to understand - just listen

Festival composer Bent Sørensens best advice for the audience is not to try and understand the music, just listen. During the opening concert in the Nidaros Cathedral, the audience got a close-up of the danish composer's music, and it was love at first sight.


Celebration at Dokkhuset

The first concert of the festival was a great success. Dokkhuset, one of the most prestigious concert halls of the city, celebrated its 10 years anniversary with Trondheim Jazz Orchestra, Trondheim Voices and the Trondheim Soloists on the same stage.

Dokkhuset was filled with happy people with a passion for the classical and jazz community of the city. See the highlights from the concert here!