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Gunnar Idenstam

Gunnar Idenstam was born in 1961 in the extreme north of Sweden. He studied at the Royal College of Music in Stockholm with the noted Swedish organists Rune Engsö, Anders Bondeman and Torvald Torén. He graduated with the highest honours in 1986. He also studied in France with the legendary Marie-Claire Alain and in 1984 he won the Grand Prix de Chartres for improvisation. In the following year he won the Prix de virtuosité and the special first prize at the Conservatoire National de Rueil-Malmaison in Paris. He now pursues a career as a recitalist, composer, arranger and folk musician which takes him to many parts of the world. As an interpreter he has a special love for the music of Bach and of Dupré. As a folk musician he stands quite apart in his transposition of the special qualities of the Swedish folk music tradition to church organ or harmonium and keyboard, for example in the folk music group plan3. He arranges both symphonic music and folk music for the organ and regularly performs with leading musicians from various genres of music. Visit the official website of Gunnar Idenstam

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