ANNABEL GUAITA PIANO Born in Bergen in 1971. Studied with Einar Røttingen at the Grieg Academy and later with Albert Attenelle and Jordi Mora at L'Escola de Música de Barcelona. While working with the latter she acquired in-depth knowledge of musical phenomenology, and for many years she studied this approach to music as systematized for the performer by conductor Sergiú Celibidache. In recent years she has chosen to specialize in the music of the 20th century, while collaborating with a number of important Norwegian musicians and contemporary composers, including Ketil Hvoslef, Knut Vaage, Arvid Gangsø, Morten Gaathaug, and the Spaniard, Ricardo Odriozola. She has performed much of the piano and chamber music of American composer George Crumb, with whom she had a close collaboration during the 1990s. Moreover, she has performed in many different concert series and at festivals such as the Valen Festival, Autunnale, Borealis, Avgarde, Troldhaugen, and in concerts arranged by the Bergen Chamber Music Society. She has also given concerts in the U.S.A., Argentina, and Finland. From 2008- 2011 she was the recipient of a scholarship awarded by the Norwegian Artistic Research Fellowship Programme, http://www.kunststipendiat.no. In her project, The Atonal Piano, she explored questions related to the performance of the piano music of Valen, Schoenberg, Webern, and Berg. She has contributed to a number of recordings, including Non-Solid Objects (Albedo, 1997), Edvard Hagerup Bull (Simax, 2001), and Combo Tango (Acoustic Records, 2001). www.annabelguaita.no
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