Claus Efland


New release

Reumert Award 2015

During the spring 2015, Claus Efland conducted the world premiere of the opera Andre Bygninger (Other Buildings) by Andy Pape at the Fynske Opera in Denmark. The highly acclaimed performances received the most prestigious Danish Opera Award, the Reumert Award 2015, with the nomination: Opera of the Year. 


Brilliantly conducted...

In April and May 2015 the opera Other Buildings, composed by Andy Pape, was first performed in Denmark. Claus Efland led the Odense Symphony Orchestra in co-operation with Opera Funen (Fynske Opera). The production has been nominated the most prestigious Danish opera award, the Reumert Award. About Efland´s conducting, the Danish ...


Season 2014/2015

The season 2014/2015 starts with a performance at the De Montfort Hall in Leicester, where Claus Efland conducts the Bardi Symphony Orchestra in a Scandinavian programme with pieces by Nielsen, Grieg and Sibelius. Other highlights of the season will include a return to the Fynske Opera and Odense Symphony Orchestra ...

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New album

Nordic Atmospheres

After the first CD recording “Concertante”, Claus Efland and Sinfonietta Riga wanted to do something completely different, something everyone taking part can relate to personally. The new album shares very close ties between Scandinavia and the Baltic. It’s like a musical seismographic scan, a topography of Scandinavian and Baltic emotional landscapes. 



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  • 27-05-2015

    Walton Symphony no 1
    "...the layers of orchestral sound blending well, with the players responsive to the drive of Efland´s direction; the ensemble sounding rich and well balanced and the solo parts well performed and meaningful in their own right". (Leicester Mercury) Claus Efland conducting the Bardi Symphony Orchestra at the DeMontfort Hall in Leicester ...

  • 04-06-2014

    Claus Efland conducting Mahler 5th Symphony
    "Efland coaxed the orchestra to bring all the strands together into a cohesive whole with wonderfully joyful climactic sections which were exuberant and transparent". (Leicester Mercury)

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