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MARCUS PAUS Odes & Elegies

Marcus Paus is one of the most active and sought after Norwegian composers of his generation. His catalogue includes chamber music, solo works, choral music, concerti and other orchestral works, several operas, and music for stage and screen.
He has been performed by leading soloists and ensembles worldwide in venues ranging from Carnegie Hall to Norwegian national television. Paus has fulfilled more than 50 commissions to date, and has held a number of residencies at various festivals. He served as artistic director of the Oslo Opera Festival in 2010.
Important works include the symphonic cabaret Hate Songs, for singer Tora Augestad; a Concerto for Timpani and Orchestra commissioned for The Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra’s 250th anniversary; The Beauty That Still Remains (on texts from The Diary of Anne Frank) for accordionist Frode Haltli and the
Norwegian Girls’ Choir; Sonata for Cello and Piano for the Martens/Kwetzinsky duo; The Stolen Child written for Ensemble 96; a Requiem and the opera The Witches (both featuring libretti by his father, Ole Paus), as well as the score to Sara Johnsen’s film Upperdog.
Paus was the recipient of the Norwegian Music Publishers’ prize for Composer of the Year 2016.
A number of Paus’s works have been featured on disc, and forthcoming recordings include Hate Songs (with Tora Augestad and The Oslo Philharmonic), The Beauty That Still Remains, and his Requiem.
Current commissions and projects include operas for both the Arctic Opera and the Bergen Chamber Opera, Symphony no.2 for the Eikanger-Bjørsvik Brass Band, and a cello concerto for Truls Mørk.

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