Gunilla Süssmann, piano

Her virtuosity, combined with strong sensitivity and imagination is highly praised and her very personal and passionate interpretations create a unique contact with audience and press.


Süssmann has performed in venues like the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, Wigmore Hall, Louvre, Festspielhaus Baden-Baden, and she is a popular guest in major chamber music festivals in Norway and abroad.


English Chamber Orchestra, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, Oslo Philharmonic, Stavanger Symphony Orchestra, WDR Köln and Staatskapelle Weimar are among the many orchestras she has been soloist with. Chamber music has a precious place in her heart, and the core of this love is the 15-year-long collaboration

with cellist Tanja Tetzlaff. Their symbiotic playing is described as magical by the press, and they have recorded two albums for the German label AVI, as well as for a film about Rachmaninoff.


The last season Gunilla Süssmann toured with musicians like Tine Thing Helseth, Alexander Sitkovetsky, Isa Gericke, Thorsten Johanns, Tora Augestad, Lise Davidsen, as well as with her own piano trio, the Süssmann-Trio. She visited Bergen International Festival, Risør Chamber Music Festival, Bodensee-Festival and Weilburger Schlossfestspiele, and her last album «Variations Sérieuses» was released on the label AVI on October 2016. The upcoming season sees Gunilla Süssmann performing with musicians like Christian Poltéra, Esther Hoppe, her own Süssmann-trio and Tanja Tetzlaff. She is a guest at Gloger Festival, Rørosfestival, Sendesaal Bremen, Bergen International Festival, and she is touring USA with Helsingborg Symphony Orchestra.

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Works for Cello and Piano

Tanja Tetzlaff, cello

Gunilla Süssmann, cello

ODE 1310-2

Released 02/2018

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