officical web site of Niklas Sivelov

“The Renoir of the piano. One of the most interesting pianists of our time.” 

Nordjyske Stiftstidende

“…with an intense brilliance, a finely controlled touch, exquisitely formed detail and an impeccable sense of style”

Copenhagen: Tivoli

“a pianist of utmost sensational quality”-


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Niklas Sivelöv

creativity and tradition

If you are willing to accept Bach’s keyboard works on a modern concert grand rather than a harpsichord—I prefer the piano—Sivelöv’s readings are ideal. Fanfare Magazine


Born in Skellefteå Sweden 1968. Active over 5 continents, 50 concertos  in the repertory, has recorded 30 CD albums with several winning awards and high praise. Knight of the order of Dannebrog


6 Concertos for piano and orchestra, 6 Symphonies, Divertimento for orchestra,  Chamber music with and without piano


Professor of piano at RDAM in Copenhagen with an International class with many successful students, International prize winners, and teachers.

AMC/Amchara Classical-
a modern record company
Classical and Improvisatory music

This is the second volume in a series of three recordings from AMC with the Philharmonic Orchestra of Bogotá and Joachim Gustafsson conducting, which will be the first recording made in Latin America of all of Beethoven’s concertos for piano and orchestra, including the piano version of the violin concerto. On this recording the wonderful and dramatic Egmont Overture is also included.
The 24-year-old Beethoven likely gave the first performance of the sparkling Second Concerto at a concert of Prince Lobkowitz, where his playing “touched everybody”. The young musician had the honour of performing the concerto later that same year with the esteemed Haydn conducting. It is a charming and delightful work, with a beautiful slow movement that must have shown off Beethoven’s noted cantabile style of playing, as well as a light-hearted, comic finale.
The cadenza in the first movement is by Niklas Sivelöv.
The Piano Concerto No.3 in C minor, Op.37 was generally thought to have been composed in 1800, although the year of its composition has recently been revised to 1803. It was first performed on 5 April of that year, with the composer as soloist, in a concert where the Second Symphony and the oratorio Christ on the Mount of Olives were also premiered. The concerto was published in 1804, and was dedicated to Prince Louis Ferdinand of Prussia.


AMC/Amchara Music

Publisher of music scores


Upcoming and ongoing bigger projects

Bach Complete

Recording project on AMC/Amchara Classical with complete Bach

Early Beethoven Sonatas on Graf Hammerklavier on AMC/Amchara Classical

All Beethoven Concertos
with the Bogota Philharmonic Orchestra and Joachim Gustafsson on AMC/Amchara Classical.

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Latest reviews, interviews and other info

Two new releases with Beethoven Concertos 2&3 and Sonatas opus 2

This is the second volume in a series of three recordings from AMC with the Philharmonic Orchestra of Bogotá and Joachim Gustafsson conducting, which will be the first recording made[…]

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Beethoven 2nd and 3rd Concerti from Bogota!

Live recording from October  2023.The Bogota Philharmonic Orchestra and Joachim Gustafsson. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s54IPV_tESwhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6LfKSqwygls&t=1291s

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Two successful recitals in Copenhagen and Gothenburg.

Niklas played recently two recitals in Solbjerg Kirke in Copenhagen and in Annedalskyrkan i Götbeborg.Both events were very well attended and had great atmosphere.In Gothenburg it was an inauguration concert[…]

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