Ludvig Gudim

Papillon deltaker
Papillondeltaker, Fiolin
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Ludvig Gudim was born in February 1999 in Oslo, Norway. He started playing the violin at the age of five.


From 2007, he was a student at the Barratt Due Institute of Music with Stephan Barratt-Due and Henning Kraggerud as his teachers, and in 2013 he travelled to New York and participated in the Perlman Music Program, a summer program

 for gifted young musicians. He is currently studying with Itzhak Perlman and Li Lin at the Juilliard School, where he is a proud recipient of the Dorothy DeLay scholarship.


Ludvig has won numerous national and international awards and has participated in masterclasses in Norway and abroad. He won third prize in the 2014 Menuhin Competition, the world's leading international violin competition for players under 22 years old. He has also been awarded the title “Musician of the year” in the Young Musicians Competition in Norway. He has won the Norwegian Soloist Prize, and represented Norway in the Eurovision Young Musicians in Cologne. In 2016, he won 2nd prize at Princess Astrid International Violin Competition. 


He has performed with numerous orchestras all over the world, including the Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra, WDR Sinfonieorchester Köln, Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra, Trondheim Symphony Orchestra, Brussels Chamber Orchestra, The Norwegian Radio Orchestra, Vietnam National Symphonic Orchestra, Trondheim Soloists, Oslo Camerata and Orpheus Sinfonia. He has also been the concertmaster of Young Strings of Norway for several years, and was described by The Korean Herald as “a world-class concertmaster”. 


Ludvig is also a keen chamber musician and has played chamber music with highly acclaimed musicians such as Itzhak Perlman, Janine Jansen, Alisa Weilerstein, Kathy Stott, Steven Isserlis, Christian Tetzlaff, Lars Anders Tomter, Ivry Gitlis and musicians from the Berlin Philharmonic among others. He has participated in some of the world’s biggest music festivals, including The Verbier Festival, “Chamber Music Connects the World” at the Kronberg Academy and Bergen International Festival.


Ludvig plays on a 1710 Antonio Stradivari, generously on loan from the Anders Sveaas Foundation.