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Ralph Vaughan Williams The Mermaid

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“The baritone Ørjan Hartveit is definitely a name to look out for, once the RVW anniversary is done and dusted.” (Ralph Vaughan Williams: Where Hope is Shining / Albion Records) ALBCD006
Piers Burton-Page, International Record Review, February 2009

“Baritone Ørjan Hartveit and pianist Alistair Young contribute freshly in The Mermaid and The Turtle Dove”. (Ralph Vaughan Williams: Where Hope is Shining / Albion Records) ALBCD006
Andrew Achenbach, Gramophone Magazine, April 2009

"Vaaren" along with other vocal numbers by Edvard Grieg were performed by the excellent young Norwegian baritone, Ørjan Hartveit, a highly professional artist with a warmly expressive voice. (Norwegian Constitution Day Concert, Sjømannskirken, New York)
Donald V. Mehus, Norwegian American Weekly, May 2007

“Throughout the evening the audience was treated to several outstanding solo items. Soprano Karin Thyselius and baritone Ørjan Hartveit delighted listeners. Both have wonderful voices and undoubtedly will enjoy successful careers.” (Mozart Gala Concert, Barkingside)
Ilford Recorder, April 2007

“Neben den beiden Sopranistinnen (..) brillierten in ihren Rollen gesanglich der Tenor Samuel Boden als Evangelist, der Bass Andrew Thompson als Christus, der Tenor Alex Pidgen (auch als Petrus) und der norwegische Bass Ørjan Hartveit nicht zuletzt als Pilatus.” (St John Passion, Würselen)
Wolfgang Sevenich, Aachener Zeitung, March 2007

“ excellent cast of singers (...) Hartveit brought sly whit to the role of the Major-domo.” (Ariadne auf Naxos, New York)
Raul Abdul, New York Amsterdam News, December 2006

“The best German, by a considerable margin, was that of Ørjan Hartveit, who doubled as the Lackey and a suitably snide Majordomo.” (Ariadne auf Naxos, New York)
David Shengold, Opera News Online, December 2006

“The ultimately tragic role of Dr Hasselbacher was sympathetically realised by Ørjan Hartveit (...) his remembrance of happier times in his youth an expressive highpoint of the evening.” (Our Man in Havana, London)
Richard Whitehouse,, July 2004







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