International Performances of Launy Grøndahl
Lanny Grøndahl (1886-1960) was both a prolific composer and the permanent conductor for the Danish National Symphony Orchestra from 1925 to 1956. His most well-known piece is the Concerto for Trombone and Orchestra from 1924. The piece, which holds a permanent place in the standard trombone repertoire, receives several international performances during the summer:
Munich, Leicester, and Hong Kong are just three of the cities in which it will be performed. The NTSO Summer Wind Camp in Taiwan and Jeju Philharmonic also have the concerto on their programmes. Check out our performance calendarfor more details.
Read more about Launy Grøndahl here.