Marie Rosenmir has established herself as a versatile artist and one of Sweden’s most promising young conductors.
She has a background as a pianist, organist and singer with a soloist diploma in organ playing from Academy of Music and Drama in Gothenburg, focusing on historical performance practice. She studied conducting for four years at the Royal Academy of Music in Stockholm with Prof. Jorma Panula and Alexander Polischuk and in 2004-05 she studied singing at the University College of Opera. She has also taken an active part in numerous master classes and her teachers include Elisabet Söderström, Graham Johnson, Thomas Quasthoff, Alan Gilbert, and Johannes Schlaefli. Read more
Folkoperan's spring production will be Lars-Erik Larsson's lyrical suite God in Disguise from 1940 with words by the poet Hjalmar Gullberg. Lill Lindfors, Björn Kjellman and Petter Alexis Askergren will alternate in reciting Hjalmar Gullberg's poetry. The production...
Marie Rosenmir has been ranked in the latest issue of OPUS as one of the most important 20 musical happenings in the country during 2016. OPUS, Sweden’s largest magazine for classical music, defines Marie Rosenmir as being one of the most interesting Swedish...