KIRSTEN FLAGSTAD | FESTIVAL
Visual profile implemented in concert programs, brochures, posters, web, social media etc.
Kirsten Flagstad is perhaps Norway's most recognized Norwegian soprano of all time. Flagstad made her debut at the National Theater in 1913. She was called to Richard Wagner's Bayreuth in Germany and sang at the festivals in 1933 and 1934 before making her sensational debut at the Metropolitan Opera in New York as Sieglinde the following year. The dramatic soprano Kirsten Flagstad became the world's biggest star over night, and saved "The Met" from bankruptcy.
The Flagstad Festival promotes her career and are hosting concerts all over Norway to celebrate the 125 year anniversary since her birth.