Claus Efland


New release

Beethoven Eroica

Music Director Claus Efland is returning Leicester in England where he will concduct the Bardi Symphony Orchestra on Sunday the 4th of February 2018 at the De Montfort Hall. The programme features Beethoven's great Symphony No 3 "Eroica" and a performance of Sibelius' virtuosic Violin Concerto with Tamsin Waley-Cohen as soloist. The ...


New Year 2018

Celebrate New Year in January 2018 with Claus Efland and the Deutsches Filmorchester Babelsberg at Konzerthaus am Gendarmenmarkt in Berlin in a spectacular programme including Bartered Bride Overture by Smetana, Salut for August Bournonville by Lumbye, Radetzky March and many other favourites by Rossini, Donizetti, Rachmaninov, Offenbach and Lehar. Back ...


Season 2017/2018

Highlights of the season 2017/18 include a re-invitation to the Aarhus Symphony Orchestra in Denmark. After a highly successful performance of Brahms' 3rd Symphony in November 2016, Efland returns to conduct Johan Svendsen 2nd Symphony, Schumann Piano Concerto and Weber Freischutz Overture.  In January 2018, Claus Efland is back at the ...

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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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  • 10-10-2017

    Vaughan Williams Symphony No 5
    "Efland held the overall structure of the piece together with a remarkable sureness of touch. For me, his phrasing and choice of tempi were spot on". (Neil Crutchley, Leicester Mercury) Claus Efland conducting the Bardi Symphony Orchestra at the De Montfort Hall in Leicester on the 8th of October 2017.

  • 10-02-2016

    Sinfonia Espansiva
    "Barbirolli and the Halle, Karajan and the Berlin Phil, Previn and the LSO, Rattle and the CBSO. These are a few of the great orchestral partnerships of the last fifty years in which conductor and players achieve outstanding results through dedication, inspiration and mutual respect. To these I would add ...

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