April 13, 2021

Eldbjørg Hemsing awarded Norway’s Spellemann Prize 2020

Elbjørg Hemsing has won a Spellemann Prize for recording of the year in her category for her recording of the Grieg Sonatas, which she released with pianist Simon Trpčeski on BIS.

Since it was first awared in 1973, the Spellemann Prize has been Norway's foremost prize for music. In each category, the prize is awarded to artists and creators who have excelled and contributed greatly to music over the past year. It's goal is to inspire, honor, and motivate musicians while creating unity within the music industry. It showcases the diversity of music in Norway. Spellemann AS is owned and operated by IFPI Norway and Fono.

Read more about Hemsing's win on Ballade.