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  1. Nina Grieg, de soltera Hagerup (24 de noviembre de 1845 - 9 de diciembre de 1935) fue una soprano lírica danesa - noruega. Esposa del compositor Edvard Grieg, que era primo hermano suyo. Nina nació en Bergen, Noruega. Se casó con Edvard el 11 de junio de 1867, en Copenhague.

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    Nina Grieg, née Hagerup (24 November 1845 – 9 December 1935) was a Danish – Norwegian lyric soprano. Contents 1 Early life and family 2 Career 3 Personal life and death 4 Literature 5 See also 6 References Early life and family [ edit] Nina Hagerup was born in Bergen, Norway. She was the first cousin of composer Edvard Grieg, whom she married.

  3. Selected works - discover art by norwegian contemporary artist Nina Grieg. Paintings, sculpture, objects.

  4. Nina Grieg, de soltera Hagerup (24 de noviembre de 1845 - 9 de diciembre de 1935) fue una soprano lírica danesa-noruega. Esposa del compositor Edvard Grieg, que era primo hermano suyo. Nina nació en Bergen, Noruega. Se casó con Edvard el 11 de junio de 1867, en Copenhague.

  5. Nina Grieg Nina Hagerup Grieg (født 24. november 1845 i Bergen, død 9. desember 1935 i København) var en norsk sopran . Nina Grieg var kusine til Edvard Grieg (1843-1907), og de to giftet seg 11. juni 1867 i København. Ekteparet opptrådte ofte sammen på konserter i Europa, og fikk svært gode kritikker.

  6. Nina Grieg, née Hagerup (24 November 1845 – 9 December 1935) was a Danish–Norwegian lyric soprano. Read more on Wikipedia Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Nina Grieg has received more than 79,489 page views. Her biography is available in 16 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 15 in 2019).

  7. The lodge's name honors the noted Norwegian-born singer Nina Grieg, who was the wife of Edvard Grieg. She was born near Bergen. Nina Hagerup was the daughter of Herman Hagerup (brother of Edvard Grieg's mother) and a Danish actress, Madame Werleigh. The family moved to Denmark when Nina was 8 years old.

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