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Upcoming Shows

10/24/2015 Aalborg, DK Musikkens Hus Musikkens Hus
11/15/2015 Frederiksberg, DK Mariendal Kirke Mariendal Kirke

Past Shows

02/07/2014 Køge, DK Gammel Køge Gård Gammel Køge Gård
Introduction

Since its foundation in 1995,  Corona Guitar Kvartet has played an important role on the international music scene. With several CD releases of music mainly created for guitar quartet, they have been leaders in the worldwide development of the guitar quartet repertoire. Corona Guitar Kvartet has toured Europe and North America and has worked with diverse groups – from symphony orchestras to tango musicians – and with composers from many countries. Their repertoire ranges from original compositions to arrangements of pieces from the Renaissance to the present time.

In Corona Guitar Kvartet recitals, the audience is given an experience which appeals to their eyes, their ears, and their hearts, all performed both with humor and with intense musicianship. These qualities have lead to international acclaim both for the CDs and for the Corona Guitar Kvartet’s recitals.

Two Duos Make a Quartet

As a natural development of being a modern ensemble, the Corona Guitar Kvartet consists of two independently working guitar duos, one comprising of Per Dybro Sørensen and Michael Norman Sørensen, another of Kristian Gantriis and Volkmar Zimmermann.

Volkmar Zimmermann
Co-founder / Since 1995
http://volkmarzimmermann.com

Also part of the Gantriis-Zimmermann duo
Per Dybro Sørensen
Co-founder / Since 1995
http://www.perdybro.dk

Also part of the Sørensen-Sørensen duo
Kristian Gantriis
Since 2001
http://www.gantriis.mono.net

Also part of the Gantriis-Zimmermann duo
Michael Norman Sørensen
Since 2015
http://www.michaelnorman.dk

Also part of Sørensen-Sørensen duo

We would also like to thank our previous members Tom Roy Nielsen, Ólavur Jakobsen, Martin Sangill and Mikkel Andersen for all their hard work and good times we’ve had.

Thanks always to Bo Isholm

For booking or any other information, feel free to get in touch!

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