Yuval Weinbergs debut concert as the Norwegian Soloists' Choir's Principal Guest Conductor.

Modern choir music by four pioneers

The talented young conductor Yuval Weinberg has led several concerts with the Norwegian Soloists' choir, but this will be his first concert in his new position as Principal Guest Conductor. The concert is part of a series called Periferien, arranged by NyMusikk, and will present music by four pioneers; Ligeti, Scelsi, Łukaszewski and Gubaidulina.


György Ligeti: Drei Phantasien nach Friedrich Hölderlin
Paweł Łukaszewski: Lamentationes
Giacinto Scelsi: Tre canti sacri og Three Latin prayers
Sofia Gubaidulina: Jauchzt vor Gott
Ligeti: Harmonies (for organ)
Ligeti: Volumina/Ricercare (for organ)


On this concerts you will get a discount with our benefit program – Solistkortet:

  • 30% discount on concert tickets for you and a friend
  • Seat reservation
  • The card is not personal and can be lent to a friend
  • The season's CD release with The Norwegian Soloists' Choir
  • The Norwegian Soloists' Choir's tote bag

Read more about the benefit program


The Norwegian Soloists' Choir

The Norwegian Soloists' Choir is an innovative young ensemble, steeped in a rich history. As one of Europe's leading chamber choirs, they perform spectacular concerts in Norway and abroad, in concert halls and churches, in caravans and in abandoned factory venues. The Norwegian Soloists' Choir consists of 26 hand-picked, professional singers who have a tremendous ability to blend their voices, resulting in a highly distinctive choral expression. Along with its celebrated artistic leader Grete Pedersen, the choir achieves ambitious artistic goals through constant development.

Lars Notto Birkeland, Organ

Conductor Yuval Weinberg

From June 2019 Yuval Weinberg will be engaged as the Norwegian Soloists' Choir's guest conductor for two years. Yuval holds a master's degree from the Norwegian Academy of Music where he had Grete Pedersen as a professor. His bachelor's degree in choral conducting is from Hanns Eisler in Berlin, where he was taught by professor Jörg-Peter Weigle. He also studied orchestral directing with Yi-An Xu at the Buchmann-Mehta music school at the University of Tel Aviv, where he received scholarships for his outstanding achievements. He has also worked with several chamber choirs in Berlin. Weinberg has received several awards as a conductor, and since 2014 he has been part of the "Conducting Forum" (the German Music Council's conductor forum). As part of this program, he has worked with several professional choirs, such as Berlin's radio choir, the Swedish radio choir, MDR radio choir, NDR radio choir and the German Opera Choir in Berlin. Yuval is regularly invited to conduct several other professional choirs. He has had mentors like Stefan Parkman, Simon Halsey, Peter Dijkstra, Volker Hempfling, Andre De Quadros and Anders Eby.

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