Grieg Recording praised by Süddeutsche Zeitung (DE)

Eldbjørg Hemsing's new recording release Grieg Violin Sonatas together with the acclaimed Macedonian pianist Simon Trčeski on BIS Records received a praising review by Harald Eggebrecht in the Süddeutsche Zeitung´s Klassikkolumne. “The violin tone of the young Norwegian Eldbjørg Hemsing has something spacious, immediate, unseen, nothing pretentious about it. This goes wonderfully with the three violin [...]

I Kina kalles hun «Prinsessen av Norge» (NO)

OSLO (NRK): Den kinesiske verdensstjernen er så begeistret for norske Eldbjørg Hemsing at han har skrevet et stykke for henne. Skrevet av: BÅRD SKAR/NRKPublisert Sep. 21 2018 kl. 09:42 Oppdatert 16 Okt. 2018 kl. 12:35 Aftenpostens musikkanmelder kaller det en sensasjon. Tan Dun er en internasjonal stjerne, et av de største navnene i musikklivet i [...]

DEBUT CD REVIEW IN THE STRAD

"…Eldbjørg Hemsing […] makes a good start with this powerful performance. A gorgeous, open-hearted piece, full of flowing lyricism, to which she brings warm and beautiful playing… Hemsing weaves steadily and unfussily, but with increasing emotional intensity. The finale scuttles along brilliantly." Tim Homfray | The Strad | 9th May 2018 The Norwegian composer Hjalmar [...]

DEBUT CD REVIEW IN DEN KLASSISKE CD-BLOGGEN

Rating 6/6 Stars: "Eldbjørg Hemsing's wide spectrum of sound and delicate virtuosity fits this concerto very well. She shows a technique and a virtuosity that is admirable. This recording can in many ways be regarded as Hemsing's masterpiece - and she has passed this exam with flying colors." Trond Erikson | Den Klassiske CD-Bloggen | [...]

DEBUT CD REVIEW IN KLASSISKMUSIK

RATING: 6/6 STARS ★★★★★ "… a fabulous discovery … [Hemsing] offers a star performance, technically steady as a mountain goat, bold and assertive where required and sweetly filled like spun sugar in the slow movement… the interpretation of Shostakovich's first violin concerto is more than superb… this recording is strongly recommended.​"​ Klassiskmusik | Martin Anderson [...]