Nina Gravrok

Nina Gravrok

Soprano
Bio: Nina Gravrok has in recent years established herself as one of the leading sopranos in Norway. Her debut as Antonia (2013), Donna Elvira (2014) and Elsa (2015) have all received critical acclaim and massive response from the audience. Nina Gravrok is educated at The University of Agder and the Opera Academy in Oslo. Since 2005 she has worked in the small and large opera stages of Norway in roles like Zerlina, Despina, Sandrina, Lauretta, Bess, and Musetta. In 2008 she did her international opera debut  as Pamina in Cologne and Essen.In 2009 she made her debut at the Norwegian Opera and Ballet as the first woodnymph in Rusalka. In the season 11/12 she appeared as 1.Lady in the Magic Flute and Musetta in La Bohéme. Nina is a sought after concert singer and has sung with orchestras like The Norwegian Broadcasting Orchestra, Stavanger Symphony Orchestra, Kristiansand Symphony Orchestra, Trondheim Symphony Orchestra, Bergen Philharmonic and Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra.  In early years Nina received, among other things,  3rd price  in Queen Sonja International Music competition in 2007,  semifinalist in the Hans Gabor Belwedere competition in 2006 and semifinalist in Operalia in 2009. She also has received funds from the Ruud-Wallenberg Scholarship  in 2005,  2007 and 2009,  the Klæstad scholarship  in 2008 and The Norwegian State Fund for Artists in 2008 and 2011.In 2013 she received the talent price from the friends of The Norwegian Opera and in 2014 the soloist scholarship. 2017-18 She will sing Tosca on the Norwegian Opera and ballet and also in Kristiansand, Stavanger and with the arctic orchestra. 2019 she will make her debut as Suor Angelica.
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Bio: Nina Gravrok has in recent years established herself as one of the leading sopranos in Norway. Her debut as Antonia (2013), Donna Elvira (2014) and Elsa (2015) have all received critical acclaim and massive response from the audience. Nina Gravrok is educated at The University of Agder and the Opera Academy in Oslo. Since 2005 she has worked in the small and large opera stages of Norway in roles like Zerlina, Despina, Sandrina, Lauretta, Bess, and Musetta. In 2008 she did her international opera debut  as Pamina in Cologne and Essen.In 2009 she made her debut at the Norwegian Opera and Ballet as the first woodnymph in Rusalka. In the season 11/12 she appeared as 1.Lady in the Magic Flute and Musetta in La Bohéme. Nina is a sought after concert singer and has sung with orchestras like The Norwegian Broadcasting Orchestra, Stavanger Symphony Orchestra, Kristiansand Symphony Orchestra, Trondheim Symphony Orchestra, Bergen Philharmonic and Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra.  In early years Nina received, among other things,  3rd price  in Queen Sonja International Music competition in 2007,  semifinalist in the Hans Gabor Belwedere competition in 2006 and semifinalist in Operalia in 2009. She also has received funds from the Ruud-Wallenberg Scholarship  in 2005,  2007 and 2009,  the Klæstad scholarship  in 2008 and The Norwegian State Fund for Artists in 2008 and 2011.In 2013 she received the talent price from the friends of The Norwegian Opera and in 2014 the soloist scholarship. 2017-18 She will sing Tosca on the Norwegian Opera and ballet and also in Kristiansand, Stavanger and with the arctic orchestra. 2019 she will make her debut as Suor Angelica.
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Nina Gravrok
Nina Gravrok
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