Irine Røsnes is a passionate advocate for new music and innovative ways of thinking and making art.
Currently pursuing her PhD at the University of Huddersfield, Ms. Røsnes has previously appeared as soloist, concertmaster, ensemble, and orchestral player throughout Europe and North America. Coming from a classical tradition of violin performance, Ms. Røsnes studied with some of the most sought after violin pedagogues, such as Elisabeth Perry, Ilya Kaler, and Irvine Arditti.
Alongside new and contemporary repertoire, Irine is working with several early music groups such as Norwegian Baroque Ensemble (Barokkanerne) and New Philharmonie Utrecht.
Ms. Røsnes’ doctoral research interests are concentrated around performative aspects of the repertoire for violin and live electronics after 1997.