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Ketil Haugsand, professor of harpsichord at the Cologne Musikhochschule, studied with Gustav Leonhardt at the Amsterdam Conservatory, where he was awarded the Prix d’Excellence. He taught at the State Conservatory in Oslo and has appeared in festivals throughout Europe and in the United States and Israel as a soloist, chamber musician and as leader or conductor of the Norwegian Baroque Orchestra, the ArteReal Ensemble, Stavanger Symphony Orchestra, Oslo NRK Radio Orchestra and at the Berlin Komische Oper. His recordings for Simax, Virgin and Linn Records include works by Louis Marchand, Jean-Philippe Rameau, Carlos Seixas, and João Sousa Carvalho, among others, and his recordings of Bach’s Klavierübungen I, II and IV (the so-called Goldberg Variations) have enjoyed great international acclaim. Norwegian by birth, Ketil Haugsand is a frequent member of international competition juries and in summer teaches at the Academy for Early Music in Tomar, Portugal, and at the Ringve International Summer Course in Trondheim.

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