The first two discs in this ‘Complete [Grieg] Symphonic Works' series were outstanding. This third is wholly exceptional.
Eivind Aadland is one of Norway's most respected conductors. He was Chief Conductor and Artistic Leader of the Trondheim Symphony Orchestra for seven seasons from 2004, during which time he conducted the complete Beethoven and Mahler symphony cycles. His extensive work with Scandinavian orchestras includes regular guest engagements with the Oslo and Bergen Philharmonics, the Stavanger Symphony, the Gothenburg Symphony and the Swedish Chamber Orchestra. In addition Aadland has conducted critically acclaimed productions of Don Giovanni, Le nozze di Figaro, Die Zauberflöte and Die Fledermaus for Den Norske Opera, Oslo.
Aadland has also worked extensively in the Far East and Australia. In 2010 he led the Trondheim Symphony on a seven-concert tour to China and made his debut with the KBS Symphony Orchestra in Seoul. In 2011 he launched his tenure as Principal Guest Conductor of the Queensland Symphony Orchestra in Brisbane.
In 2020 Aadland takes up the position of Chief Conductor and Artistic Director of the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra.
- Chief Conductor and Artistic Director, Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra
News and Articles
Musical travels in Covid times10 May 2021
What did we discover in 2020?18 December 2020
Eivind Aadland begins new role with Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra29 February 2020
Discover Maestro Arts' Project Portfolio4 March 2019
Signing, Appointments and the Next Generation4 December 2018
Eivind Aadland announced as the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra's next Chief Conductor and Artistic Director7 September 2018
Eivind Aadland conducts world premiere in Odense17 October 2015