Paul Wåhlberg teaches flute at the world’s northernmost music academy in Tromsø, Norway, and lives in the tiny community of Godfjord. He was trained in Göteborg, Zürich and The Hague, and has since performed extensively, specializing in early instruments. He was one of the founders of the Norwegian Baroque Orchestra, which has been touring most of Europe. With this ensemble he has recorded music by Bach and the Norwegian eighteenth century composer Johan Henrik Freithoff. He also founded the group Musica Domestica which has appeared throughout Great Britain and Scandinavia.