Tickets

The ticket sales for Lofoten Piano Festival 2020 opened saturday January 18. Tickets are in sale till the concert starts. Tickets can also be purchased at Lofoten Concert Hall, Svolvær.

Program

Download the main program (pdf) for Lofoten Piano Festival 2020 here. Minor changes might occur in the program during spring. Our own festival booklet will be available during the festival. In addition to the full festival program, the booklet gives exclusive interviews of the artists and introductions to all the concert.

Festival pass

The festival passes are an offer for everyone who wants to join several of our events. The passes have a significantly reduced price compared to buying the tickets at the regular price.

Even if you have purchased festival passes, you still have to reserve tickets for the events you want to attend.

Festival passes are non-refundable.

Artists

Several of the artists for the Lofoten Piano Festival 2020 are ready. In the festival program book you can also read exclusive interviews with the artists.

News

Volt Ensemble visit Lofoten

Volt Ensemble is touring with their new concert series. We contribute to their concerts throughout Lofoten. First out is the Meieriet Kultursenter at Leknes, Thursday

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Ryōma Takagi, piano

Ryoma is Japanese and is now storming to the world’s concert scenes. In Norway he is highlighted as the winner of the Grieg competition in Bergen in 2018.

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Zoran Marković, double-bass

After graduating from The Academy of Music in Podgorica and taking his M.A. at The Faculty of Musical Art in Belgrade, the double-bass player Zoran Marković continued his studies with renowned pedagogues in Venice, Cremona, Munich, Salzburg.

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Lise de la Salle, piano

A career of already over 15 years, award-winning Naïve recordings, international concert appearances – Lise de la Salle has established herself as one of today’s exciting young artists and as a musician of real sensibility and maturity.

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Ann-Helen Moen, soprano

Ann-Helen Moen is a lyric soprano known for her clarity and beauty of tone as well as for the focus of her delivery whether in concert or on the opera stage.

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Polina Leschenko, piano

Polina Leschenko was born in St Petersburg into a family of musicians and began playing the piano under her father’s guidance at the age of six. Two years later she performed with the Leningrad Symphony Orchestra in St.Petersburg.

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Dénes Várjon, piano

His sensational technique, deep musicality, wide range of interest have made Dénes Várjon one of the most exciting and highly regarded participants of international musical life.

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Engegård Quartet

Formed under the midnight sun in Lofoten in 2006, the Engegård Quartet has rapidly become one of Norway’s most sought after ensembles.

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Ryōma Takagi, piano

Ryoma is Japanese and is now storming to the world’s concert scenes. In Norway he is highlighted as the winner of the Grieg competition in Bergen in 2018.

Read more »

Zoran Marković, double-bass

After graduating from The Academy of Music in Podgorica and taking his M.A. at The Faculty of Musical Art in Belgrade, the double-bass player Zoran Marković continued his studies with renowned pedagogues in Venice, Cremona, Munich, Salzburg.

Read more »

Lise de la Salle, piano

A career of already over 15 years, award-winning Naïve recordings, international concert appearances – Lise de la Salle has established herself as one of today’s exciting young artists and as a musician of real sensibility and maturity.

Read more »

Polina Leschenko, piano

Polina Leschenko was born in St Petersburg into a family of musicians and began playing the piano under her father’s guidance at the age of six. Two years later she performed with the Leningrad Symphony Orchestra in St.Petersburg.

Read more »

Dénes Várjon, piano

His sensational technique, deep musicality, wide range of interest have made Dénes Várjon one of the most exciting and highly regarded participants of international musical life.

Read more »

Engegård Quartet

Formed under the midnight sun in Lofoten in 2006, the Engegård Quartet has rapidly become one of Norway’s most sought after ensembles.

Read more »