“A boundary-defying recital from a remarkable Dane”

“It’s a fascinating, deeply rewarding collection of pieces that are immediately likable, but with plenty of detail and depth to repay much repeated listening.”

David Kettle, The Strad (UK)
“Josefine Opsahl’s music resides in the zone where genre borders break down (…) evocative, hip solo cello music, at times improvisatory, that transports the listener to brisk Nordic climes.”
Liam Cagney, Gramophone (UK)

“Josefine Opsahl’s cello music is as if cut and scraped for hip music sites. Just like the album title can mean both outdoor space and heart chamber, Opsahl’s welcoming and immersive music is both technically refined and emotionally charged at the same time.”

Johanna Paulsson, Dagens Nyheter (SE)

“Josefine’s musical expressionism is performed beautifully, grotesquely, disharmonically and balanced. Atrium contains rich timbres, careful acoustic work as well as high notes that go right to the border of sensitivity and pain”.

JULIE HUGSTED, Seismograf (DK)