Louise Gorm is a Danish violinist based in Copenhagen (DK) and Yerevan (AR). She is performing concerts on baroque and modern violin. She studied violin performance in Denmark, Germany and Sweden, performing Prokofiev’s 2nd violin concerto with Helsingborg Symphony Orchestra for her Debut concert.
As a passionate chamber musician she is performing and recording with different ensembles and orchestras throughout Europe. Together with her colleague Maria Edlund, Louise founded the Berlin-based ensemble Taïga String Quartet, an ensemble where a common creative vision engenders new ways to approaching classical music. In September 2019 they presented the exciting collaboration project ”Segïa”. In addition to playing in the Taïga String Quartet and Ensemble Lydenskab, Louise is a joyful member of the Aarhus-based baroque ensemble called BaroqueAros (where she enjoys the colorful sound of her baroque violin).
In 2020 Louise founded duo KFVLG with the Danish vocalist Katinka Fogh Vindelev. They are performing the monumental "Kafka Fragmente" by Kurtág and commisioned works from Jacob Kirkegaard and Line Tjørnhøj among others.
Since 2019 Louise has been a member of the international Aarhus-based ensemble Lydenskab, where she works as creative producer and violinist.
Louise has a unique creative vision and her music and projects embraces a wide field of performance, from original classical music to recent experimental music, constantly seeking ways to communicate and engage contemporary society. She is fond of playing contemporary music and she collaborates with young composers from many different parts of the world. In 2016 she spent time in Tokyo, Japan developing the chamber opera "Skyggen", which she produced in collaboration with the Japanese composer Aya Yoshida.
Louise Gorm is involved in different eduational projects. In 2014/15, Louise ventured to Palestine to teach violin and chamber music for the Barenboim-Said Foundation. She now holds a position as violin and chamber music techer at OrkesterEfterskolen and MGK Holstebro in Western Denmark. In collaborating with the Austrian organization ANIKI her foundation NOAR is arranging workshops for children on animation and sound.