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After several years in the United States, cellist Ole-Eirik Ree is establishing himself in his native country of Norway as a teacher, currently part-time Assistant Professor of Cello at the renowned Barratt-Due Institute of Music in Oslo, where he is also director of the master’s degree programme; chamber musician, as co-principal of the Oslo Camerata and co-founder of the Kristiansund Festival Quartet, and as a soloist. Together with violinist Bård Monsen, he is currently in charge of a collective enterprise between Oslo Camerata, sponsored by the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and Apprendiz: Música Escola na Niterói, sponsored by the Ministry of Culture in Niterói, a project seeking to offer musical and intellectual stimulus to children from the favelas in Niterói, Brazil.

He currently plays a Rocca cello owned by the Dextra Musica Foundation, Norway.

For further information please visit www.oleeirikree.com.

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