Morrison Artists Series: Nordic Voices

Sunday, February 10, 2019, 3:00 pm
Photo of Nordic Voices in front of the ocean and a photo backdrop
Nordic Voices is an internationally acclaimed six-voice a cappella ensemble praised for the depth of its programming and its extraordinary vocal skills. A technically brilliant ensemble, Nordic Voices made a quick sensation in international vocal circles and is now acknowledged as a leader of the a cappella art form. The group's repertoire spans the Renaissance to the contemporary, on disc and in performances across Asia, Europe and North America. Pre-concert talk: 2 p.m. Master class: February 11, 1 - 3 p.m., Knuth Hall. Free.
Creative Arts Building, McKenna Theatre
May T. Morrison Chamber Music Center
SF State Box Office
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Nordic Voices

  • Tone Elisabeth Braaten, soprano
  • Ingrid Hanken, soprano
  • Ebba Rydh, mezzo-soprano
  • Per Kristian Amundrod, tenor
  • Frank Havrøy, baritone/tenor
  • Rolf Magne Asser, bass

Nordic Voices is unrivaled in the fine art of sophisticated music-making and stylish performance, and as a result, have been hailed by international critics for their live appearances and remarkable recordings. Based in Oslo, Norway, the members of Nordic Voices were educated at the State Academy of Music in Oslo and the National Academy of Operatic Art in Oslo, where they specialized in opera, composition, church music and pedagogy.

Photo by Fredrik Arff