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Violinist Anna Marila and viola player Nils Biesewig know how to create a memorable concert experience for their audience. As ʻRosenduoʼ they enrich the classical music scene by putting together original programmes and combining them with innovative and partly interactive presentation formats.


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Since centuries, the rose equally symbolises love and youthfulness as well as pain and death. These profound emotions unite all people and are expressed through music in an unparalleled manner.


To bring together people emotionally is an important aim for us as musicians.




Concert dates are now online!


We have just published the dates for the first part of our "Nordic Discoveries" tour, which will take us to the "Mainhattan" of Frankfurt and the beautiful Upper Rhine Valley. It is a special joy for us to be joined by our friend pianist Benjamin Reiter for these concerts!


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Concert review in the Rheinische Post


The account of our concert in Schloss Rheydt last Friday turned out very favourable. By clicking the following link you get directly to the German article: Streicherduo als Ersatz für das Evenos String Quartet


Enjoy reading...


Engagement in renowned concert series


We are honoured to stand in for the Evenos String Quartet and, on short notice, take on the final concert in the series "Young Virtuosos" in the castle of Rheydt, Mönchengladbach on Friday, the 4th of May, The audience may look forward to works by Bach, Sibelius and Handel!


More information here.

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Grant received


Today we have happily received a grant from the Svenska kulturfonden foundation in Finland, which will fund our education project and a concert in Turku this coming October. The concert will take place in the Sibelius Museum in the heart of cultural Turku, close to the city's remarkable medieval cathedral.


Concert tour 2018


We are busy at the moment planning a concert tour with the theme "Nordic Discoveries" for autumn 2018. Our cause is the 100 year anniversary of the independence of the Baltic states Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, as well as Finland's 100th birthday in 2017. We will tour Finland and Germany with our concert program, along with our first educational visits in schools. More information to follow...


New recordings


After a day of recording with the duo at the end of November in the big hall of Detmold Music University with sound engineers from prestigious Erich Thienhaus Institute, we are now eagerly awaiting the finalized tracks, which we will present to you at the beginning of 2018. Stay tuned!

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