Hege Gustava Tjønn


Vienna resident Hege Gustava Tjønn is finally coming to her home country Norway to sing. This time in Trondheim and in the radiant role of Marguerite in ”Faust” by Gounod together with Trondheim Philharmonic & Opera. Performances: 23/3 og 25, 27, 29/3. Director: Aik Karapetian.

One of Sweden’s largest music grants, Rosenborg-Gehrmans’ study scholarship (150,000 SEK), is awarded to Stellis Polaris’ artist, the bass singer Erik Rosenius.

The announcement takes place at The Royal Swedish Academy of Music on November 26th.

The scholarship jury of The Royal Swedish Academy of Music writes:

”This year’s recipients of the Rosenborg-Gehrmans’ study scholarship is an intelligent interpreter with exceptionally good voice materials. Erik Rosenius has a bass voice with a large palette of beautiful colours that he utilises in an artistically conscious way. He is spontaneous in his expression and always convincing in his interpretation.”

Erik Rosenius has been working at the International Opera Studio from Staatsoper Unter den Linden, Berlin, since autumn 2018. He is also part of Barbara Hannigan’s programme Equilibrium Young Artists.

Photo: Martin Hellström.

Visions for Stellis Polaris Management:

“To be a skilful and resourceful matchmaker to help to create the perfect match between art institutions and the artists at hand.”
Goal: Right artist for the right part – every time!

Newly established Stellis Polaris Management is aiming to be an important creative body in the arts management business for classical singers, providing the highest standards to its customers and clients alike. With its base in Oslo, Norway, Stellis Polaris Management delivers all sorts of consulting and advisory work for exclusive clients, arts institutions, concert halls, and culturally engaged corporations in nothern Europe.