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Horn player

Based in Oslo, Norway

Niklas Sebastian Grenvik is a freelance hornist based in Oslo, actively playing on both modern horn and historical horns. He has been a member of one of Scandinavia’s leading chamber music ensembles for winds, Oslo Kammerakademi, since 2014. In the early music field, he has been a member of Norway’s main early music ensemble, Barokkanerne, since Norwegian Baroque Orchestra and Barokkanerne merged in 2018. He is regularly playing with early music ensembles/orchestras around Europe.


His instrument park consists of an Alexander 103 (double horn), a Vienna horn by Jungwirth, a Raoux copy by Jungwirth (classical/early romantic natural horn), a Leichamschneider copy by Jungwirth (baroque horn) and an original H. Pihan Lyon (French piston horn) from the early 20th century.


His education consists of a bachelor’s degree (2014) and a master’s degree (2017) from the Norwegian Academy of Music, with an exchange year in Austria at the University of Music and Performing Arts Graz (2014). Horn teachers include Frøydis Ree Wekre, Julius Pranevičius, Steinar Granmo Nilsen, Hector MacDonald and Raimund Zell.

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Recording of "Trachea" by Martin Ødegaard for 4 horn soloists and the choir Schola Cantorum
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Photo: Kristin Aafløy Opdan


Takk for innsendingen din!

All pictures of me is taken by the amazing Kristin Aafløy Opdan unless noted otherwise.

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