Concert & Event News

Opus Norden´s main focus is on classical and modern Nordic music and to increase the knowledge and interest in the Nordic musical tradition. On this page you can read about the coming concerts.

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Duo Winiarski/Carron

Last year Opus Norden's piano teacher Pontus Carron together with Kristina Winiarski won the prestigous competition "Young and promising 2019". They were also two of three finalists in the competition "Solistpriset" in Berwaldhallen earlier this year. Now "Duo Winiarski/Carron" will do a tour with a large number of concerts throuout Sweden during this autumn.
They will play a newly written piece by Molly Kien and also offer music by Ludvig van Beethoven and Dag Wirén



September


19/9 kl. 16:00 Södertälje Kammarmusikförening Pingstkyrkan

20/9 kl. 16.00 Trosa Kammarmusikförening Trosalundskyrkan

22/9 kl. 19.00 Kammarmusikföreningen i Falun Nybrokyrkan

27/9 kl. 18.00 Söderhamns Kammarmusikförening Norrtullkyrkan

28/9 kl. 19.00 Hudiksvalls Kammarmusikförening Baptistkyrkan

30/9 kl. 19.00 Arboga Musikförening Nicolaiskolan

Pontus Carron

Foto: Jonas Bilberg

Pontus Carron, piano (b. 1993) has studied at the master's program at the Royal Academy of Music / Edsberg in Stockholm. Studies that he completed with a diploma concert in the Grünewald Hall at the Concert Hall in Stockholm 2018. Pontus has received a number of prizes in international piano competitions such as "Citta di San Doná di Piave Piano Competition" and Stockholm International Music Competition. He has performed in all the Nordic countries, Germany, Spain and Italy.

Kristina Winiarski, cello (b. 1994) debuted as a soloist at the age of 16 when she played Tchaikovsky's Rococo Variations with the National Symphony Orchestra at the Kennedy Center of the Performing Arts in Washington DC, USA. After that she has performed as a soloist with, among others, the Maryland Philharmonic, Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra, St. Petersburg State Symphony and the Zagreb Philharmonic. In the spring of 2019, Kristina received her soloist diploma at the Malmö Academy of Music for Professor Torleif Thedéen.