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Da Da Da Daaa!

Claus Efland conducts one of the most famous symphonies, the 5th Symphony by Ludwig van Beethoven, when he opens the new season with Lodz Philharmonic Orchestra in Poland on the 27th of September 2019. The programme includes the Violin Concerto by the polish composer Ludomir Rozycki (1883-1953) with the young ...

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Britten War Requiem

Claus Efland received great critical acclaim for his performance of Britten´s War Requiem with Bardi Symphony Orchestra on November the 10th 2018 at Leicester´s De Montfort Hall: „Both choirs and orchestras maintained a tension and accuracy that showed Claus Efland´s admirable technical control, confidence and intimate knowledge of the score. Efland´s ...

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Danish National Opera

In January 2020, Claus Efland starts rehearsing Mozart´s opera Die Entführung aus dem Serail (The Abduction From The Seraglio) at the Danish National Opera. Read more about the production including dates here (in Danish) and here (in English).

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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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  • 19-12-2018

    Efland conducts Britten War Requiem
    „Both choirs and orchestras maintained a tension and accuracy that showed Claus Efland´s admirable technical control, confidence and intimate knowledge of the score. Efland´s interpretation had an emotional power that went beyond the surface of the piece and at times had a searing intensity that took the breath away“. (Leicester ...

  • 01-11-2018

    Efland conducts Brahms Symphony No 1
    "Efland has the relatively rare ability to transmit his feeling for the architecture of the piece from the opening bars through to the last with a sense of purpose and direction that is truly satisfying. Another is his skillful use of subtle rubato which adds countless felicitations to his interpretations ...

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