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Festival 2019 Photo highlights

Publisert: 01/10/2019

Kamfest 2019 is over. A big thank you to all the volunteers, the audience, the artists, the project managers, the concert managers, to all our public and private supporters and partners - to everyone who has contributed in large and small. Thank you for your enthusiasm and dedication! We look forward to next year, the 25th festival in a row!

Below are some photos from this year's festival!

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Photos: Kristian Wanvik og Ole Wuttudal.

Joakim Røbergshagen and Arve Tellefsen with the Junior Soloists during the opening of the Riis collection at Ferstad Gård.

Music and gastronomy at Credo. Emilia Amper, nyckelharpa.

Managing Director Trine Knutsen and Artistic Director Sigmund Tvete Vik at the opening in Vår Frue church.

Violinist Ragnhild Hemsing and dancer Hallgrim Hansegård in Lasse Thorsesen's work YR op. 23.

The vocal ensemble Nordic Voices participated several times during the festival, here during the Opening Concert in Vår Frue church.

Nidaros Cathedral Choir during the Opening Concert.

The opening concert ended in a spectacular ending with a wall dance by the dance company Frikar. Violinist Ragnhild Hemsing played Bach's Allemande from Partita in D minor.


Ung lyd! at Dokkhuset Tuesday morning, where young composers from the NTNU Institute of Music, and Heimdal High School and the Cathedral School, got their own works presented.


In collaboration with the Trondheim Symphony Orchestra & Opera and Brøløy, the chamber opera "Offended - protect the child!" premiered during this year's festival. Soloists, and musicians and singers from the TSO / Trondheim Vocal Ensemble. The opera was written by Trygve Brøske and Marianne Meløy, and directed by Ivar Tindberg.

Ranveig Lægreid, Maria Moen Nohr, Sigrid Vetleseter Bøe, Tonje Eero Hove, Morten Kvaal, Stian Økland and Torstein Fosmo (front).

Eir Inderhaug.

Maria Moen Nohr, Sigrid Vetlesæter Bøe, Ranveig Lægreid, Tonje Eero Hove and Stian Økland.

Maija Skille and Torstein Fosmo.


The at home concerts are popular, and this year it was the Solberg couple at Hasselbakken who won the "At home with you?" concert. Here Ragnhild Hemsing and Emilia Amper.

Fargespill at Bifrost concert hall. 

Lasse Thoresen during the rehearsals with the Trondheim Symphony Orchestra for the Broderfolk Concert.

The Trondheim International Chamber Music Competition fill the festival week with excitement and high-level musical performance. Mithra's Trio won First prize. 


The night concert filled the Nidaros Cathedral with an audience of 1100. Here represented by Trondheim Jazz Orchestra and Ola Kvernberg, playing their own version of Summer.

Grieg Trio and Maija Skille at Ringve museum Saturday.

At home with Adolf Øyen at Sverresborg Museum. Marianne Thorsen, violin and Tanja Tetzlaff, cello.

In Freemason's Saturday night, TrondheimSolistene was joined by flutist Sharon Bezaly.

Lasse Thoresen is thanked by Managing Director Trine Knutsen after the premiere of his new piece Skyggers drøm, op. 55.

A magical moment with Eldbjørg Raknes, Baby Concert, Ringve Music Museum.


Polkabjørn and Kleine Heine together with festival musicians during the traditional closing concert on Sunday evening.


Our car, "Opel Quartet", was on the move throughout the city during this year's Kamfest!