Arranging

In addition to working as a musician I also enjoy scoring and arranging for different ensembles. Having studied jazz-piano instead of composition gives me a slightly different approach. Taking a written piece of music and transforming it into something new while adding my own touch in the process is fun!

A selection of my previous arrangements:

Dynamite by Sigrid (2017) for voice, piano and string orchestra (4')
WP: 11.12.2017; Nobel Peace Price Concert, Telenor Arena, Oslo;
Sigrid Solbakk Raabe and the Norwegian Radio Orchestra
Watch NRK's (Norwegian National Televion) TV-production here.

NRK's Christmas TV medley (2017) for folk-singer, piano and string orchestra (10')
WP: 01.12.2017; Jul i Vaskerelven, Chagall, Bergen;
Ingeborg Ekeland and Bergen Youth Chamber Orchestra

Jul jul, strålande jul by Gustaf Nordqvist (2017) for solo violin, solo viola, piano, double bass, percussion and string orchestra (7') WP: 01.12.2017; Jul i Vaskerelven, Chagall, Bergen; Andrew Robb, Trond Dale and Bergen Youth Chamber Orchestra

Mary's boy child by Jester Hairston (2016) for voice, piano, double-bass, percussion and string quartet (6.26') WP: 06.12.2016; Christmas time is here, Chagall Bergen; Gabriella Garrubo, Kasper Waag, Andrew Robb, Emily Davis, Siri Einen, Ingrid Eriksen and Ragnhild Sannes

Vilja Lied from the Happy Widow by Franz Lehar (2016) for soprano, piano and chamber orchestra () WP: 13.05.2016; Master Recital, Logen Teater, Bergen;
Nora Oleanne Sårheim and chamber orchestra.

Art is calling for me by Victor Herbert (2016) for soprano, piano and chamber orchestra WP: 13.05.2016; Master Recital, Logen Teater, Bergen;
Nora Oleanne Sårheim and chamber orchestra

Theme from Schindlers list by John Williams (2015) for violin, viola, cello, clarinet, flute and piano (4.50') WP: Not yet performed in public; Mara Haugen, Ingrid Eriksen, Christine Draycott, Thea Haugen and Frida Lereng.

If you are looking for an arrangement of a specific song do not hesitate to contact me.
I am always looking for more work in this field!

Foto: Martin Vinje