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The Foreigner Natalia Strelchenko death: Suspect played with Stavanger, Trondheim Symphony Orchestras. The Norwegian citizen, understood to be the Late international concert pianist’s husband, has been arrested on suspicion of murder. Russian-Norwegian Natalia Strelchenko, 38, had lived in Norway for 15 years in various places including eastern Norway’s Oslo, Eleverum, Drammen, as well as Bergen. She was killed at her home in Manchester’s Newton Heath, Sunday.

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Natalia Strelchenko death: Suspect played with Stavanger, Trondheim Symphony Orchestras

Published on Monday, 31st August, 2015 at 22:15 under the news category, by Michael Sandelson   .
Last Updated on 31st August 2015 at 22:35.

The Norwegian citizen, understood to be the Late international concert pianist’s husband, has been arrested on suspicion of murder.



Russian-Norwegian Natalia Strelchenko, 38, had lived in Norway for 15 years in various places including eastern Norway’s Oslo, Eleverum, Drammen, as well as Bergen.

She was killed at her home in Manchester’s Newton Heath, Sunday.

Ms Strelchenko, who used the surname Strelle, died from head and neck injuries shortly after being found by police and paramedics.

A Home Office post-mortem examination found that the injuries that she had sustained were the cause of death.

48-year-old John Martin, a double bassist, has also performed with ensembles including the Moscow Chamber Music Academy and Berlin Camerata, Britain’s The Guardian reports.

Ms Strelle had played at world-famous venues such as New York’s Carnegie Hall, the Wigmore Hall in London, and Berlin’s Französischer Dom (the French Cathedral).

Several concert appearances were planned for later this year at venues in various countries.

These include in Norway’s Oslo and Drøbakk, where she was to play Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 24 in C minor (K. 491) with the Minsk Chamber Orchestra, the UK, and France.

“This is a tragic incident in which a talented young lady has lost her life. Natalia’s family, many of whom live outside the UK, are understandably beside themselves at their loss and we are doing everything we can at this time to support them. We are determined to find out exactly what has led to Natalia being taken from them in this way,” Detective Superintendent Phil Reade, from Greater Manchester Police’s major incident team, told the publication.

“We have a team of detectives investigating this murder and are asking for anyone with information that may assist our inquiries to please get in touch.”

Natalia Strelchenko was educated at the St Petersburg State Conservatory and Norwegian Academy of Music.

She had been given a stipend at the Oslo-located Academy, where she completed her “Piano Technique in Historical Perspective: Style brillante” PhD-level project in 2012.

Stavanger Symphony Orchestra (SSO) public relations advisor Elisabeth Krey Jenssen tells The Foreigner that “we don’t have a comment at this point.”



Published on Monday, 31st August, 2015 at 22:15 under the news category, by Michael Sandelson   .
Last updated on 31st August 2015 at 22:35.

This post has the following tags: murder, uk, norway.





  
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