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Hampus Linderholm

Title: Senior Lecturer School/office: School of Music, Theatre and Art


Phone: +46 19 303000

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Hampus Linderholm

About Hampus Linderholm

Foto: Anders Nordquist

Hampus Linderholm grew up in an artistic home in the archipelago outside of Stockholm. He studied at the University of Gothenburg – Academy of Music and Drama, Royal College of Music Stockholm and Hochschule für Musik und Tanz Köln where he also got his soloist diploma. 

His teacher was Frans Helmerson but he also studied with Kerstin Thuresson, Mats Rondin, Torleif Thedéen and Lynn Harrell and at master classes with William Pleeth, Zara Nelsova, Truls Mørk, Ralph Kirchbaum, Heinrich Schiff and the conductor Seiji Ozawa. He performs regularly as soloist and chamber musician and gives master classes in cello and chamber music. Since 2009 he holds a position as co-principal cellist with the Gothenburg Opera Orchestra and teaches at the Örebro University - School of Music, Theatre and Art, Gothenburg - Academy of Music and Drama and have also been a guest teacher at Norwegian Academy of Music. 2018-2020 Hampus was working as Associated Professor in Stavanger where he was in charge of the celloclass on Master level.

He is artistic leader since 2007 at the chamber music festival in Strängnäs. Linderholm is playing on an old Italian instrument bought with the support from Sparbanken Rekarne in Strängnäs and a bow built in 1930 by Eugène Sartory. 





Artistic output | 

Artistic output

Linderholm, H. & Jansson, M. (2014). Nordic Cello Soul.

Sound recording