UK's Royal Northern College Announces New 'International Chair of Violin'
The Royal Northern College of Music, in Manchester has today announced the appointment of Norwegian virtuoso Henning Kraggerud to the position of 'International Chair of Violin'.
A student of Camilla Wicks, Emanuel Hurwitz and Stephan Barratt-Due, Henning, 41 is recognised as one of Norway's most outstanding international artists - having performed regularly on some of the world's most prestigious concert platforms.
“When the RNCM asked me to be their International Chair of Violin, I felt very honoured” Henning has said, ”... I find the atmosphere at this college splendid … [with] inspired and accomplished students and certainly a place I like to teach and play.”
“I have observed Henning Kraggerud working with our students on several occasions: his vibrant artistry and boundless energy are a real source of inspiration,” Chris Hoyle, Head of the School of Strings has said.
Henning, who in addition serves a Professorship at the Barratt Due Institute of Music, in Oslo will commence his appointment in September of this year.