Chrichan Larson (Sweden)

Chrichan Larson (Sweden) Chrichan Larson was born in 1956 and studied the cello with Gustav Gröndahl at the Royal College of Music, Stockholm and graduated in 1974 with a postgraduate soloist diploma.

He continued his studies with Paul Boufil in Paris and Reine Flachot and Mstislav Rostropovich in Basel.

Chrichan Larson has performed as Principal Cellist with the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra and has performed with Ensemble Inter-Contemporain in Paris between 1983 and 1989.

Larson is an accomplished chamber musician, with his name attached to ensembles such as Trio des Lyres, Ma Stockholm, Broken Consort, Fluxkvartetten and KammarensembleN. As a composer, he is largely self-taught; however, he took some lessons with Hans Eklund during his years of study in Stockholm, as well as with Gerald Bennet in Basel.
Larson’s main works are chamber music for different constellations, as well as works for Sinfonietta such as Lissages and Tre campi.