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Ketil Haugsand is a Norwegian harpsichordist and conductor.
He started his musical studies in Trondheim and Oslo, and later studied in Prague and Haarlem. In 1973 he received his solo diploma, and in 1975 he was awarded the Prix d'Excellence at the Amsterdam conservatory, where he studied under Gustav Leonhardt.
Haugsand is now a world-renowned harpsichordist and has toured extensively in Europe, Israel and the United States. Major recordings include Johann Sebastian Bach's Goldberg Variations and several recordings with the Norwegian Baroque Orchestra.