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The Norwegian tenor Eirik Grøtvedt, born in 1993, studies at the State Academy of Music in Oslo.

In 20017 he sang Don Ottavio in DON GIOVANNI in the chamber venue at the Norwegian National Opera. Later the same year he sang Male Chorus in THE RAPE OF LUCRETIA at the Norwegian National Opera.

In the summer of 2018 Eirik Grøtvedt participated in the televised celebration of the Norwegian composer Edvard Grieg and in September 2018 he sang Don Ottavio in DON GIOVANNI with Oslo Opera Festival. He has also sung concerts of Handel’s MESSIAH, Mozart’s REQUIEM, MASS IN C MINOR and KRÖNUNGSMESSE, Haydn’s DIE SCHÖPFUNG, Dvořák’s STABAT MATER and several CANTATAS by Bach.

He has an especial affection for Lieder. Despite his young age he has already built a considerable repertoire including songs by Alfvén, Beethoven, Brahms, Britten, Grieg, Liszt, Rangström, Schubert, Schumann, Sibelius, Stenhammar and Vaughan Williams.

You can watch and listen to Eirik Grøtvedt singing two songs by Grieg by clicking HERE
Although another name is stated, Eirik is the first one to sing in this clip.

November 2018

Tchaikovsky, Verdi – ARIAS AND ENSEMBLES
John Helmer Fiore, conductor / Trondheim Symphony Orchestra

Tabita Berglund, conductor / Lithuanian National Philharmonic

Puccini – ARIAS
NN, conductor / Nordic Harmony

Eirik Haug Stømner, piano

Handel – MESSIAH
Oddgeir Kjetilstad, conductor

Verdi – IL TROVATORE / Ruiz
Opera Østfold
Gregor Bühl, conductor

November 2018