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Anders Eidsten Dahl

Anders Eidsten Dahl (b. 1976 in Drammen) graduated with a degree in church music from the Norwegian Academy of Music and later completed a Master’s degree in solo organ performance at the same institution. Following two years of solo performance study at the Royal Danish Academy of Music in Copenhagen, he gave debut concerts in Copenhagen and Oslo in 2003. He has studied organ with Professor Terje Winge, cathedral organist Kåre Nordstoga and Professor Hans Fagius.
  Eidsten Dahl is much in demand as organ soloist, chamber musician and harpsichordist, and he has given organ concerts at festivals in a number of European countries. His repertoire spans from the Baroque to the music of today, with emphasis on J. S. Bach and organ music from the Romantic period. Since 2001 he has served as organist and director of music at Bragernes Church in Drammen, where he is artistic and administrative director of the church’s organ concert series.
  A recipient of the Government Work Scholarship for Younger and Newly Established Artists, Eidsten Dahl has released a number of critically acclaimed albums on the LAWO Classics label. He is also Associate Professor of organ at the Norwegian Academy of Music.

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Mozart and the Organ
Anders Eidsten Dahl
Herman Vogt
Light Shall Shine
Anders Eidsten Dahl
Nils Henrik Asheim
Hornflowers
NyNorsk Messingkvintett
Various composers
Unexpected Songs
Daniel Sæther
Various composers
Nøringen
Anders Eidsten Dahl & Vegard Landaas
Various composers
Battleground
Omstridt Duo
Felix Mendelssohn
Mendelssohn and the Organ Sonata
Anders Eidsten Dahl
Various composers
Phonetix
Lars Lien
Egil Hovland
Elementa Pro Organo – Organ Works by Egil Hovland
Anders Eidsten Dahl
Various composers
Aria
Vegard Landaas / Anders Eidstein Dahl
Various composers
Hymnus
Anders Eidsten Dahl
Johannes Brahms
Organ Works
Anders Eidsten Dahl