2 Flutes, Piano — Score and Parts — Classical Composed by Steingrimur Rohloff. Classical. Score and Parts. Composed 1995/96. 25 pages (score); 14 pages (parts) pages. Published by Verlag Dohr (VD.E.D.96350). Price: $26.00
— CD (1 disc) — Classical By Biliana Voutchkova, Ensemble LUX:NM, and Maximilian Marcoll. By Gordon Kampe, Maximilian Marcoll, Paul Frick, Sarah Nemtsov, and Steingrimur Rohloff. Country of Origin: Germany. Classical. CD (1 disc). Genuin #GEN 16443. Published by Genuin (NX.GEN-16443). Price: $18.00
— — Classical By Charis Papadopoulos, Christian Boissel, Christian Georgi, Henning Schmiedt, Hermann Naehring, Jannis Zotos, Jens Naumilkat, Rainer Kirchmann, Rainer Rohloff, Thanassis Zotos, Thomas Marquard, Wolfgang Loos, Wolfgang Musick, and Mikis Theodorakis. By Mikis Theodorakis (1925-). Vocal. Classical. Wergo #WER30592. Published by Wergo (NX.WER30592). Price: $18.00
Sol (98/99) first perf. 01.10.99, Gothenborg, cond: B Tommi Andersson
Gravitation (00/01), first perf. 24.05.01 Saarbrücken,
Saxophone Concerto (2001/08) for saxophone-alto and chamber orchestra, first perf. Oslo 17.11.01
Steingrimur Rohloff was born in Reykjavik in 1971. He studied composition with Krzysztof Meyer at the Musikhochschule Köln and later at the Paris Conservatoire with Gérard Grisey and Marco Stroppa, electronic music with Laurent Cuniot and Luis Naon and orchestration with Marc-André Dalbavie. In 1999 he attended a course at the Ircam and in 2001–2002 he studied electronic music in Cologne with Hans-Ulrich Humpert.
Steingrimur has received numerous prizes for his compositions. In 2005 he received a one-year scholarship by Ensemble Modern whom he collaborated with in several projects. His works were commissioned and supported by various institutions and foundations.
Rohloff’s music is regularly performed at European festivals and in over 20 countries worldwide by Ensemble Modern, Caput, Aton Ensemble, Aarhus Symphony Orchestra, Radio Symphony Orchestra Saarbrücken, Ensemble 2000, String Trio Zilliacus/Persson/Raitinen, Ensemble Alpha, MIN-Ensemble and soloists like Rolf-Erik Nystrøm, Tinna Thorsteinsdottir and others.