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STEPHAN BARRATT-DUE

Stephan Barratt-Due is a third-generation violinist in a family with long musical traditions. Since his début in 1981 he has been active as a soloist, chamber musician and orchestra leader, participating in numerous national and international festivals and in tours in Norway, the Americas, Asia, and Europe. His duo collaboration with violist Soon-Mi Chung has become well-known over the years in Norway and many leading Norwegian composers have written for them. In addition to his career as a performer, he has been artistic director of the Barratt Due Institute of Music since 1985, a conservatory in Oslo founded in 1927 by his grandparents and now one of the main educational institutions of music in Norway. Barratt-Due is among the leading violin professors in Scandinavia, and under his leadership the Oslo Camerata has become increasingly in demand both nationally and internationally. In 2002 HM King Harald of Norway appointed him Knight First Class of the Royal Order of St Olav. He plays a violin by JB Guadagnini from 1751, provided by Dextra Musica.


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