Bengt Forsberg (pronounced “Forshbrya”) is among Sweden’s leading pianists and it is esteemed like a recital accompanist. He pursued programs in the Royal Academy of Music in Gothenburg (Göteborg), Sweden, teaching to become chapel organist and cantor, but by enough time of his graduation in 1978 experienced shifted to piano, where he acquired his diploma. Then continued his teaching with Peter Feuchtwanger in London and Herman D. Koppel in Copenhagen. He is becoming known for his wide repertory and his continuous interest to find neglected music. In 1999, he performed Nikolai Medtner’s Second Piano Concerto using the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra, performed within the multi-piano recitals in shows of Stravinsky’s THE MARRIAGE and George Antheil’s Ballet mécanique in Copenhagen, as well as the single component in Bernstein’s Age group of Stress and anxiety Symphony using the Malmö Symphony Orchestra. His repertory contains piano single functions of Erich Wolfgang Korngold, Charles Alkan, Emmanuel Chabrier, and Kaikhosru Sorabji, and his recordings consist of compositions by Godard, Boëllmann, Koechlin, Pierné, and Alfvén. Forsberg could be one of the most esteemed and in-demand accompanists. Among the performers he frequently accompanies are cellist Mats Lidström and violinist Nils-Erik Sparf. Using the well-known mezzo-soprano Anne Sofie von Otter he provides preserved a long-standing relationship leading to many recordings in the Deutsche Grammophon label, including a Gramophone “Record of the entire year” Prize for 1995 because of their program of music of Edvard Grieg. He and von Otter also collaborated in the BIS label’s ongoing comprehensive Sibelius task. Forsberg also information for Hyperion when partnering with Lidström, and provides several releases in the Caprice Information label. He includes a strong curiosity about French music from the 1800s, and in 1999 started a Saint-Saëns series for Hyperion. He is constantly on the keep a romantic relationship with cathedral music as the movie director from the chamber music group of the All Saints Cathedral in Stockholm.