Ingrid Kristine Bjoner Pierpoint (November 8, 1927, Kråkstad – September 4, 2006, Oslo) was a Norwegian soprano who had a prolific international opera career between 1956 and 1990. She was particularly celebrated for her portrayal of Wagnerian heroines and for her performances in operas by Richard Strauss. In addition to performing in operas, Bjoner was an active concert soloist and recital performer throughout her career. In 1964, she was awarded the St Olav's medal by King Olav V of Norway.

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  • Ingrid Kristine Bjoner (* 8. November 1927 in Kråkstad; † 4. September 2006 in Oslo) war eine norwegische Opernsängerin. Sie war weltweit bekannt als dramatische Sopranistin, besonders der Opern von Richard Wagner und Richard Strauss. (de)
  • Ingrid Bjoner (Ingrid Kristine Bjoner Pierpoint) (8 de noviembre de 1927 - 4 de septiembre de 2006) fue una soprano dramática noruega - nacida en Kråkstad - particularmente destacada en óperas de Wagner y Richard Strauss. Farmacéutica recibida en la Universidad de Oslo, su carrera como cantante comenzó al cantar en la catedral de Oslo, estudió en Alemania (Düsseldorf y Fráncfort del Meno) con la célebre Franziska Martienssen-Lohmann. Debutó en Wuppertal y en Oslo junto a la legendaria Kirsten Flagstad en El ocaso de los dioses (Götterdämmerung). Cantó en las principales casas líricas: el Metropolitan Opera (1962 a 1967), la Ópera Estatal de Baviera, Norwegian National Opera, Wiener Staatsoper, Ópera de San Francisco, el Festival de Bayreuth y el Teatro Colón de Buenos Aires donde apareció como Senta, Agatha, Leonora y la Emperatriz de Die Frau ohne Schatten en dos oportunidades (1965 y 1970) A su retiro enseñó en la Norwegian Academy of Music y en la Royal Danish Academy of Music. (es)
  • Ingrid Kristine Bjoner Pierpoint (November 8, 1927, Kråkstad – September 4, 2006, Oslo) was a Norwegian soprano who had a prolific international opera career between 1956 and 1990. She was particularly celebrated for her portrayal of Wagnerian heroines and for her performances in operas by Richard Strauss. In addition to performing in operas, Bjoner was an active concert soloist and recital performer throughout her career. In 1964, she was awarded the St Olav's medal by King Olav V of Norway. (en)
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  • Ingrid Kristine Bjoner (* 8. November 1927 in Kråkstad; † 4. September 2006 in Oslo) war eine norwegische Opernsängerin. Sie war weltweit bekannt als dramatische Sopranistin, besonders der Opern von Richard Wagner und Richard Strauss. (de)
  • Ingrid Kristine Bjoner Pierpoint (November 8, 1927, Kråkstad – September 4, 2006, Oslo) was a Norwegian soprano who had a prolific international opera career between 1956 and 1990. She was particularly celebrated for her portrayal of Wagnerian heroines and for her performances in operas by Richard Strauss. In addition to performing in operas, Bjoner was an active concert soloist and recital performer throughout her career. In 1964, she was awarded the St Olav's medal by King Olav V of Norway. (en)
  • Ingrid Bjoner (Ingrid Kristine Bjoner Pierpoint) (8 de noviembre de 1927 - 4 de septiembre de 2006) fue una soprano dramática noruega - nacida en Kråkstad - particularmente destacada en óperas de Wagner y Richard Strauss. Farmacéutica recibida en la Universidad de Oslo, su carrera como cantante comenzó al cantar en la catedral de Oslo, estudió en Alemania (Düsseldorf y Fráncfort del Meno) con la célebre Franziska Martienssen-Lohmann. Debutó en Wuppertal y en Oslo junto a la legendaria Kirsten Flagstad en El ocaso de los dioses (Götterdämmerung). (es)
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