– What a musician! It’s rare one gets floored like this. Amalie Stalheim wins competitions, scholarships and most of all – the hearts of the audiences. Her musicality and immediate charisma makes her a true rising star, says Johannes Nebel, artist manager at Atlas Artists. She has a great career ahead of her.
– I look forward to this exciting journey that we now embark on together. It feels great to start this collaboration, says Amalie Stalheim, the Norwegian cellist.
Last year, Stalheim was nominated for the prestigious Norwegian Statoil Prize. During the Verbierfestival of 2015, Amalie Stalheim was selected as one of 30 young classical musicians from around the world to join the prestigious Verbier Festival Academy. She was also assigned the Cello Prize of the Year, Firmenich Prize, and was invited back to the 2016 edition of the esteemed Swiss festival.
Amalie Stalheim also won the first prize in the competition Ljunggrenska Tävlingen in 2015 and recently, her appointment to the Swedish Young Soloist at Musik på Sörmländska Slott och Herresäten was published. Stalheim is currently joining the Master’s program in both Oslo and Stockholm, for a quite unusual study program, since she was admitted to both Music colleges Masters’ degree programs.