Read the full article here: What happens when a classical music instrument performance course at a Norwegian state university study programme is assessed for quality following a standardized procedure? The article explores frictions and negotiations between managerial quality assurance and classical music performance education in a contextual sense, focusing particularly on the teacher-student relation. I …
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Now you can buy a Print on Demand copy of the book Informed Play! (Still available as a free to download ebook) Get the paperback version here. Or download the free ebook here.
The University of Agder has produced a research portrait film of Robin, now published. Watch it here: https://youtu.be/rBnu9M34gMY
I was recently interviewed for uia.no. Read the full article here (in both Norwegian and English): https://www.uia.no/en/news/the-nutcracker. The article will also be featured in the UiA Magazine over the Summer.
New recording project released digitally with Renaissance lute duets and solos. Performed by Robin Rolfhamre and Per Kjetil Farstad on Renaissance lutes built by Lauri Niskanen.
An Open Access, peer-reviewed research monograph. Download Informed Play for free here Abstract "Informed Play presents a conceptual understanding of tone production based on extensive historical research on primary sources, modern literature and handbook reviews, physical and psychological perspectives as well as on technology. As the first volume in English to discuss and contextualise the …
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Today, I was notified that I have received the honours of being elected a full member of the Agder Academy of Sciences and Letters.
The new research group REMP: Reconfiguring Early Modern Performance is up and running. Visit REMP here.