Henninge Landaas started playing the violin at the age of 3 at the Municipal Music School in Trondheim. She continued her musical education at Trøndelag Music Conservatory and the Norwegian Academy of Music, where she studied with Bjarne Fiskum and Magnus Eriksson. She graduated in 1996 with both violin and viola as her main instrument and was awarded top marks. Landaas was a member of the Trondheim Soloists from the beginning in 1987, both as a solo viola player and also as a soloist several times. She has been a soloist with the Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra and Trondheim Symphony Orchestra, among others, and she worked for many years as a solo viola player in the Norwegian Chamber Orchestra and the Oslo Philharmonic. From 1994 to 2011, she was a member of the Vertavo String Quartet. In 2014, she formed together with Sølve Sigerland and Ellen Flesjø Ssens Trio. Her extensive discography consists of recordings with both the Vertavo Quartet and Ssens Trio, a number of CDs with the Oslo Philharmonic Chamber group, and as a solist at Lawo Classics with Brahms sonatas with Tim Horton and the Hindemith solosonate op.25. Ssens Trio’s first CD, Beethoven op.3 and op.8, received the "Supersonic Award" from Pizzicato Magazine, and was nominated for the prestigious ICMA Awards in 2018.
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