Countertenor and performance artist


Curriculum Vitae



Projects and work


2023: Debut at the Norwegian Opera and Bellet in the role Johan in the opera Nothing by David Bruce. Premier in November.


2023: Minaminotori, stage performance for eight singers and tape loops by Daniel Cross, performed by NKK NXT 22/23. Teater Stefanus, Wonderfeel, Gaudeamus, Tilburg. May-September in the Netherlands.


2023: Tonehimmel contemporary music festival Volda, Norway. Performing pieces by Kristin Bolstad and Tze Young Ho with NyNorsk Messingkvintett. June.


2023: Tour with The John Download Project: Artefact (Birmingham), Splendor (Amsterdam) and Periferien Concert series (Oslo). March.


2022: Dada-Rekviem by composer Martin Kvalø for countertenor, synth and piano. Tour in Rogaland 29th of October-3rd of November, with trio Mujic Footure.


2022: Member of the Dutch Chamber Choir's traineeship program NKK NXT 2022-23.


2022: Tilen Lebar: Vincinity of Solitude, Zavod Sploh production. Mono-opperetta for countertenor, harp, percussion, saxophone and violin. 12.10 premier in Koper, Slovenia. 19.10 performance at Studio Loos den Haag, NL.


2022: J. S. Bach - Johannespasjonen, alto soloist with Stokka Kantori. Conductor: Ghislain Gourvennec. 10.04.2022 – Stokka church, Stavanger Norway


2022: Petra Cini: Delta X Opera Forward Festival, OFF LAB performing arts. Mini-opera for countertenor, mezzo-soprano, drumkit, electronics/synth, vibraphone and three movers. 11.03.2022 Dutch National Opera, Amsterdam.


2021: Debut at Høstutstillingen 2021 (Norwegian state's annual exhibition) with the performance work Stille Amare (2021)


2021: Stabat Mater by Tze Young Ho and Maja Linderoth with Ny Norsk Messingkvintett and Marie van Luijk. A recomposed version of Stabat Mater by Pergolesi. Concerts 29.08, 10.09 and 22.09 in Norway.


2021: Leading role in the opera film The Cursed One by Tilen Lebar, premiered at Opera Forward Festival, Dutch National Opera and Ballet.


2021: Sick Trance Glory Mud, a theatre work by Zephyr Brüggen in the Amsterdamse Bos.


2020: Ascension, a VR experience by Leon Rogissart and Paul Boereboom, voices by Marie van Luijk and Sean Bell.


2019: Tour with Ny Norsk Messingkvintett, Helsinki and Tallinn. Music by Tze Young Ho, Liis Viira and Toivo Tulev.


2019: Missa-Ronne, production with A-ronne Vocal Ensemble (ARVE). Music by Berio, Rossini and Marti. Concerts in Liestal and Basel, Switzerland 4th and 5th of April.


2019: Alto soloist in St. John Passion (Bach) with Ullern Kammerkor and Nordic Harmony. Fagerborg church, Oslo 31st. of March.


2019: Debut concert for vocal ensemble Early Voices in Eidsvoll church, Norway

28. February, with Renaissance and early Baroque repertoire.


2018: «Rûah», a stage production by Texte und Töne. Participating as a singer in the ensemble. Premiered in Liestal, Switzerland August 2018.


2018: Project with Ny Norsk Messingkvintett and composer Kristin Bolstad. A performance for children, premiered in Oslo May 2018.


2018: Participating at METRIC Intensive Programme of the Project Modernising European Higher Music Education Through Improvisation, 03.– 09. April at Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Glasgow.


2017: Reserve guest singer (alto) in the Norwegian Soloist Choir.

Project: Haydn, Die Jahreszeiten, October 2017.


2017: Member of the improvising vocal ensemble Oslo 14. Oslo 14: website


2017: Project with Ny Norsk Messingkvintett (brass quintet) and Ny Musikk’s composers group. Four composers writing for a brass-quintet and countertenor. Premiered in Oslo 11. June 2017.


2014–to the present: Andersen/Bell, duo-project with guitarist and oud-player Andreas Vangen Andersen.




2020–2022: Master of Early Music Voice, The Royal Conservatoire, The Hague


2018–2019: Erasmus+ student, The Royal Conservatoire, The Hague


2015–2019: Bachelor of Music in Music Education, Norwegian Academy of Music


2014–2015: One year of musicology studies at University of Oslo.


2013–2014: Toneheim Folkehøgskole

   (one-year school of music qualifying for higher music education)


2010–2013: High school with focus on music. Oslo by Steinerskole

   (average rating: 5,6 out of 6).


2000–2010: Primary and secondary school, Rudolf Steinerskolen in Oslo

   (average rating: 5,1 out of 6)