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Classical double bassist Adrian Eriksson is a versatile artist who has played in orchestras like the Gustav Mahler Jugendorchester, Verbier Festival Orchestra and Mahler Chamber Orchestra. An artist constantly seeking new ways of widening the repertoire for the bass, he also composes original works for the instrument.

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“Adrian Eriksson has a broad musicianship, combined with high technical skills and a profound artistic feeling”

Royal Society of Arts and Sciences in Gothenburg, Sweden (2022)

"With talent, creativity and high quality, he is already successful, both as a musician, composer and filmmaker."

Mölndals Rotaryklubb, Sweden (2017)

"The original music differs from what we have heard in a long time. The music takes its place as the main role, the driving character of the film. An engaged score for the stressed 21st century."

Award for Best Orginal Score (2014), Frame filmfestival, Sweden

"Lovers of Rachmaninoff will enjoy this recently released disc."

Interlude, Online Music Magazine (2023)

"As a classical double bass player, keep an eye on this young and promising star!"

The Walker's (2023, Vol. 75)

New Album Out Now!



Adrian Eriksson announces his debut album, Elégie: Rachmaninov on Double Bass. Together with pianist Henrik Kilhamn, guested by violinist Danial Shariati, Adrian is releasing a collection of transcriptions with music entirely by Rachmaninov, honouring his 150th anniversary of birth.

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