Trondheim Chamber Music Festival 19.-26. SEPTEMBER 2021


Covid-19 info

Publisert: 07/09/2020

At Trondheim Chamber Music Festival we are above delighted to confirm that there will be a festival in 2021 with great musicians from home and abroad! We are convinced that the best possible way to experience chamber music, is to be present in the room and the moment of the music making. For this reason we are very grateful that our audience, artists and coworkers can look forward to concerts and the unique festival atmosphere.

Safe experiences – always

Attending a Trondheim Chamber Music Festival concert should always be a safe experience. Hence, we strictly apply to the rules of maximum attendees, and make sure there is a minimum of 1 meter between people ("one meter rule"). In addition, there will be more volunteers at work than usual to guide the audience. Any and every question regarding the festival's measures to limit the spread of Covid-19 can be addressed to our Producer Gunn Mogseth Skrove at gunn @

How we do it

The 2021 Festival concerts are open to the public, and the ticketing process works like normal. The restrictions on audience numbers and the "one meter rule" means that the audience capacity this year will be smaller than usual. The safety for artists, volunteers and the audience always comes first.

Our festival programme magazine was released in June 2021, and presents this year's planned programme. Information updates will be posted on the designated concert page here on our website.

Status pr. 09/11/2021:

Tickets must be purchased for all free events. Click here for the ticket page.

Concerts / events

Opening of The Childrens's Square:

Due to the regulations related to the pandemic, the program is being scaled down.
Bukkene bruse på badeland: for invited kindergarten/school children only
"Who was Peter Egge?" with Terje Bratberg: free tickets for the lecture must be purchased.
Click here to read more about the event.

Meet the composer:
We have a digital solution for the seminar Meet the Composer, which is moved to 14.30-16.30 (due to time difference Norway/New York).

Talent Saturday:
New venue for the concert with Lørdagsskolen: Frimurerlogen.

Some changes in the schedule. The final goes through as planned. Click here for updated overview.


  • Ingeborg Gillebo replaces Caroline Shaw as soloist with Trondheim Symphony Orchestra Thursday 23 September at 7.30 pm in Olavshallen
  • Henninge Landaas replaces Caroline Shaw in Brahms String Quintet in G major with the Oslo String Quartet Friday 24 September at 22.00 in Herresalen, Erkebispegården
  • Øyvind Gimse replaces cellist Nina Lee as a jury member for TICC and at the concerts.