Kasberg Evensen, Bernt


Kasberg Evensen, Bernt

Sonata pour le piano, Op. 7 (first edition, performance score)



Bernt Kasberg Evensen – Sonata op. 7 for piano

(b. Tønsberg, 2. February 1944)

First performance: Munch Museum (Oslo) March 1967 Jarle Sørå, piano

Score engraved by Rune Boutroue Bekkhus

Bernt Kasberg Evensen is essentially self-taught as a composer.

He has travelled widely and has lived and worked in several countries in the course of his life: Mexico, Scotland, Germany and, of course, Norway.

Evensen has, by and large, lived a life of service, always putting the welfare of others (family, friends and associates) before any concern for his own success. His years in Scotland established his competence and passion for working with the disabled and with psychiatric patients, as well as his close association to the Camphill and Anthroposophist philosophy and community, which continues to this day.

Evensen is also an excellent baritone singer and has performed extensively as such. He is almost certainly the only singer to have performed Schubert’s Winterreise and Pettersson’s Barfotasånger side by side. A recent, very moving performance of the latter (from November 2014) can be enjoyed on YouTube.

All the same, he knew that composition was his true vocation from a very early age. The Norwegian Music Information data base lists over 100 works by Evensen in many genres: symphonic, chamber, vocal, stage music, music for children…

For many years Evensen worked closely with the School Concert Department of the Norwegian Concert Institute (Rikskonsertene). This prompted him to compose several musical fairytales, which he performed at schools throughout Norway between 1976 and 1988.

His concert music includes some of the most fascinating material written by any composer in Norway. …

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Score Data

Score Number


Special Edition

Amethyst Edition


Solo Instrument




225 x 320 mm


First print


Performance Score

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