Having a busy concert schedule, Thorwald has played to great reviews as a chamber musician, soloist and orchestral thereminist in Europe, both North and South America, Canada and Russia.
A remarkable highlight was the Dutch premiere of the theremin concertino by Anis Fuleihan.
Besides these concerts, Thorwald also performed for radio and television and played at festivals, like: Festival Classique (NL), Bach Festival (NL), Without Touch (DE) Hands Off (UK), Node (CH), Music and Beyond (CA), Festival Electromagnética Santiago (CL), International Film Festival Rotterdam / IFFR (NL) Gaudeamus Music Week (NL), Havana Biennial (CU), Ravinia Festival (USA), MAG Festival (HR), Festival Ars Musica Bruxelles (BE) Klassifest (NL), Festival Montréal/Nouvelles Musiques (CA), Fête de la Musique Geneve (CH), and the Thereminology Festival in Moscow and St Petersburg (RU). 
He was also invited as a guest teacher/lecturer/performer at renowned institutions like the Conservatory of Amsterdam (NL), Rotterdam (NL), St. Petersburg (RU), Nizhny Novgorod (RU), Stanford University (USA), Harvard University (USA) and the University of Havana (CU).

Thorwald played as a soloist with numerous orchestras around the world, such as Philharmonie Zuid-Nederland, Brussels Philharmonic, Cyprus Symphony Orchestra, Zeeland Symphony Orchestra, Opera2Day, Kammerphilharmonie Bremen, Dutch Theatre Orchestra, Antalya Symphony Orchestra, Ottawa Chamber Players, Boston Philharmonic Orchestra, Bursa State Symphony Orchestra, Royal Stockholm Philharmonic, Royal Chamber Orchestra of Wallonie, Bremen Philharmonic, Norrköping symphony orchestra, Izmir Symphony Orchestra and the Presidential Orchestra of Turkey. As a chamber musician, Thorwald works with both pianist Kamilla Bystrova and the Utrecht String Quartet. 
A highlight was the world premiere of Canadian composer Simon Bertrand ​The invisible singer - an album for theremin and string quartet​, performed during the Gaudeamus Music Week in the Netherlands. Thorwald is an advocate for new theremin repertoire and composers from all over the world have written pieces for him. Recently Thorwald also started composing himself, resulting in several solo pieces for the theremin. His first composition ​Distant Shores​ for theremin, voice and loop-station was an instant success and was recorded for TV and radio in Canada, Turkey, Cuba, Russia, USA and the Netherlands. Thorwald Currently plays an Etherwave Pro MOOG theremin.

Contact details

More information is available at Thorwald’s website:

http://www.thorwaldjorgensen.com