Kristian Oma Rønnes

Kristian Oma Rønnes

Bassoon

Kristian Oma Rønnes (1991) started to play bassoon at age 5. His first teacher was his father, Robert Rønnes. His first bassoon was a Fagottino made by Bernd Moosmann, and since age 5, he has been playing on bassoons made by Moosmann. Kristian studied for his Bachelor’s with Prof. Dag Jensen in Norway and Master’s with Prof. Ole Kristian Dahl in Germany. He was also hospitalting to Prof. Klaus Thunemann’s class in Spain.

Kristian is today the Principal Bassoonist of The Baltic Opera in Gdansk and bassoon teacher at the Music Academy in Poznan (Poland). As a soloist, he has received over 40 compositions dedicated to him from composers worldwide. He is also active as a composer and arranger himself and got more than 100 pieces published by publishers across the world. Kristian’s most reputed work is “The Expanded Bassoon Register,” where he is sharing fingerings and explanations on how to play both higher and lower than what is normal on a bassoon.

Recital Chamber – Kristian Oma Rønnes

Grusin

Bassoon Concerto in B-flat Major, Johann Küchler (1738-1790) Allegro Adagio Allegro Bassoon Concerto in F-major Op. 8, Michael Gotthard Fischer (1773-1829) III, Rondo. Allegro Bassoon Concerto in B-flat Major, Johann Melchior Molter (1696-1765) I, Allegro “Song Without Words”, Artur Lemba (1885-1963) Andante cantabile Kristian Oma Rønnes, Bassoon Brenda Ishikawa, Piano

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