Jorunn Lovise Husan
Jorunn Lovise Husan joined the Trio Mediaeval in June 2018 (replacing Berit Opheim). Husan has an extensive experience as an ensemble singer and chamber music performer. She is a member of the Norwegian Soloists' Choir and was for many years singing with the Oslo Chamber Choir and the renowned Norwegian vocal sextet Pust, that specializes in their own compositions and arrangements inspired by ballads, jazz and folk music. Her interest in folk - and contemporary music resulted in a Masters degree in vocal performance at the Norwegian Academy of Music (2010) where she specialized in the art of interpretation of folk music elements in Norwegian contemporary music. In addition to her solo appearances touring with contemporary music ensembles such as BIT20 Ensemble and premiering Marcus Paus opera “Heksene”, she regularly performs alto solo parts from the main church music repertoire and has performed with conductors such as Grete Pedersen, Andrew Manze og Sirkka-Liisa Kaakinen-Pilch. Jorunn Lovise Husan is originally from Rennebu, but lives in Stavanger where she teaches singing at Stavanger Katedralskole and conducts the Stavanger Cathedral Girls’ Choir.