Dendrophilia received its world premiere @ Biermannsgården, Oslo in August 2021. The piece was commissioned by Birgitte Volan Håvik and Sunniva Rødland in 2020 and the world premiere was postponed due to the pandemic. Birgitte and I love the piece, a duo in four movements, approx.20 minutes in duration, in which the second harp is […]
Receiving the Norwegian Government Grants for Artists 2020-2022 has made it possible for me to develop new repertoire for the harp in the last few years. I have been working on multiple fronts; continuing to develop projects and focusing on climate challenges through the topics Permaculture and Rewilding. Currently, I am collaborating with the composers […]
Permatrio launched their program in January 2023. The concert was arranged by Periferien Concert Series at Kroloftet in Oslo. Four composers were asked to compose for our trio and we were very excited to finally present their music to our audience. We will be performing the program again at Høstriss (Østfold) in November 23. Please […]
Vortex Room will be visiting the Dutch Harp Festival in Utrecht May 15-16 2021! Experience the full installation of the polyphonic electric harp (developed by Sunniva Rødland and Notam) in the beautiful piece by Erik Dæhlin. 36 speaker elements, one for each string on the harp hangs from the ceiling, surrounding the audience. Multiple performances.
😀 Check out my new CD “Postures” at LAWO store or e-mail me on sunnivaharpist at gmail.com to purchase!! Read the reviews by scrolling this post. 🙂 Nominated to Der Deutsche Klassikpreis ! WITH THE HARP AS HER MEANS OF EXPRESSION On the CD “Postures”, harpist Sunniva Rødland takes us into a tonal landscape that […]
Bodø 7.oktober – Stormen konserthus/Ny musikk Bodø Bologna 24.mai – Angelica Festival Paris 19.mai – Les Signes de L’Arc Bergen 12.april 2019 – USF Verftet/Ny musikk Bergen Oslo 13.mars 2018 – Sentralen Tour 2017 – History of My Instrument
19.MAI spiller jeg konsert i Paris med disse to fantastiske musikerne. Gleder meg! På programmet står Simon Steen-Andersens History of My Instrument og Erik Dæhlins Vortex Room.