Sandra Lied-Haga

Concert: Romantic Concert

Praised for her rich, beautiful sound, Sandra has gained the attention of some of the biggest names in classical music, among them Daniel Barenboim and Anne-Sophie Mutter. 

Having made her debut at Wigmore Hall at the age of 12, Sandra stands on the threshold of a major career, having won first prizes in four international competitions and many more at home in Scandinavia. 

Sandra began playing the cello aged 3, and became the youngest ever student on the programme for gifted children at the Barratt Due Institute of Music in Oslo. She was also one of the first students to be invited to the Razumovsky Academy in London. 

Following studies with Truls Mørk, Frans Helmerson and Lars Anders Tomter, she is now in the class of Torleif Thedéen at the Norwegian Academy of Music. In 2019, Sandra released her Debut-CD of concertos by Dvorak and Tchaikovsky. 

Sandra plays a Joannes Florenus Guidantus cello from Bologna 1730, kindly on loan from Dextra Musica.