Håkan Rosengren

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Håkan Rosengren is a Swedish clarinet virtuoso, active in the United States and Europe. He has worked with Esa-Pekka Salonen, Neeme Järvi, Christopher Hogwood, Osmo Vänskä, Jorma Panula, Pascal Verrot, Jan Krenz, Matthias Aeschbacher, Okko Kamu, Keith Clark, Sakari Oramo, and Leif Segerstam in performances with the Helsinki Philharmonic, Swedish Radio Symphony, Royal Stockholm Philharmonic, Odense Symphony, Helsingborg Symphony, Royal Swedish Chamber, Norrköping Symphony, Southern Jutland Symphony, Jönköping Symphony, Umeå Sinfonietta and Malmö Symphony Orchestras.

Rosengren’s concerto solo performances in Europe have taken him to the Lausanne Chamber Orchestra, Lithuanian National Symphony, Prague Philharmonic, Lisbon Metropolitan Orchestra, Porto Chamber Orchestra, Amadeus Chamber Orchestra, Slovakia Radio Symphony, Aukso Chamber Orchestra, Poznan Philharmonic, Polish Chamber Philharmonic, among others. Elsewhere he has appeared with the Los Angeles Mozart Orchestra, Minas Gerais Symphony (Brazil), Savannah Symphony, Akron Symphony, Asheville Symphony, Texas Festival Orchestra, Midland-Odessa Symphony, New West Symphony, and the Israeli Chamber Orchestra.

Discography[edit]

  • Nielsen:Clarinet Concerto/Flute Concerto (Sony) 1993[1]
  • Bernhard Henrik Crusell: Works for Clarinet (Musica Sveciae) 1993[2]
  • Festival (Stereophile) 1995[3]
  • Schönberg/Martinu/Messiaen (Caprice) 1996[4]
  • Mendelssohn Concert Pieces, Brahms Sonata in E flat and Crusell Duet no. 1, 2 and 3 for two clarinets (Nytorp Musik) 1997
  • Grand Duo: Selections of German Music for Clarinet and Piano (Nytorp Musik) 1999[5]
  • Olivier Messiaen: Quatuor pour la Fin du Temps (CD Accord) 2001[6]
  • Bernhard Henrik Crusell: Concerto in B flat Major/Quartets op. 2 and op. 4 (Caprice) 2002
  • Saint Saens Sonata, Debussy Premiere rhapsody, Francaix Tema con variazioni, Messager Solo de Concours and other French music (SMS Classical) 2006
  • Brahms, Mozart: Quintets for Clarinet and Strings (SMS Classical) 2006[7]
  • Brahms: Sonatas Op. 120; Rhapsodies Op. 79 (Round Top Records) 2006[8]
  • Carl Maria von Weber: Concertos for clarinet and orchestra (SMS Classical) 2008
  • Frank Ticheli: Concerto for clarinet and wind band (SMS Classical) 2011

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