Ragnar Bohlin


Ragnar Bohlin is normally a Swedish conductor given birth to in 1965. Grammy award being successful Bohlin is movie director of the SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA Symphony Chorus. With them he provides conducted functions as Handel’s Messiah, Bach’s Mass in B minimal and Xmas Oratorio, Poulenc’s Amount humaine and Orff’s Carmina Burana. He’s frequently asked as visitor conductor and provides executed the Malmö Symphony, the São Paulo Symphony and Chorus, Mendelssohn’s Elijah with Fundacion Excelentia in Madrid, as well as the Swedish Radio Choir as well as the Nordic Chamber Orchestra in Fredrik Sixten’s Requiem. In 2014, Bohlin founded the professional chamber choir Cappella SF. As their movie director he has documented a Christmas Compact disc, and a Compact disc with music by Bay Region composers David Conte and Conrad Susa. He keeps a master’s level in body organ and performing and a postgraduate level in conducting in the Conservatory of Music in Stockholm. Bohlin examined performing with choral conductor Eric Ericson, piano with Peter Feuchtwanger in London and tone of voice using the Swedish tenor Nicolai Gedda. Along with his Swedish choirs KFUMs Chamber Choir, the Maria Magdalena Motet Choir as well as the Maria Vocal Outfit, Bohlin offers won numerous awards in international contests. He offers appeared frequently on Swedish radio and documented a CD using the Swedish Radio Choir and trombonist/composer Christian Lindberg. He in addition has caused the Ericson Chamber Choir as well as the Royal Opera Choir of Stockholm. He offers taught in the Conservatory in Stockholm and is a going to teacher at Indiana University or college, Michigan University or college and Miami University or college. Since 2009 he shows in the SF Conservatory of Music. He was the receiver of the 2010 Grammy Honor for Greatest Choral Overall performance for the documenting of Mahler’s Symphony no. 8. Bohlin continues to be awarded using the Johannes Norrby honor for “growing the horizon from the Swedish choral picture”, and in 2013 using the SACC Cultural Honor.