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Hallfríður Ólafsdóttir was born on 12 July, 1964 in Reykjavík, Iceland, is a writer. Discover Hallfríður Ólafsdóttir's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 56 years old?

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Occupation Flautist Music pedagogue Writer
Age 56 years old
Zodiac Sign Cancer
Born 12 July, 1964
Birthday 12 July
Birthplace Reykjavík, Iceland
Date of death September 04, 2020
Died Place Reykjavík, Iceland
Nationality Iceland

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She was a member of the independent Kvennakirkja group of the Church of Iceland. Hallfríður was married to the musician Ármann Helgason, with whom she had two children. On the evening of 4 September 2020, she died of cancer in the emergency department at the Landspítali.


Hallfríður authored and served as artistic director in collaboration with the illustrator and violinist Þórarin Már Baldursson, the Iceland Symphony Orchestra, Ríkisútvarpið and Forlagið on an educational project concerning a mouse, which was called Maximus Musicus, to introduce children to classical music. The five children's books called Maxímús Músíkús heimsækir hljómsveitina (2008), Maxímús Músíkús trítlar í tónlistarskólann (2010), Maxímús Músíkús bjargar ballettinum (2012), Maxímús Músíkús kætist í kór (2014) and Maxímús Músíkús fer á fjöll (2017) were published in eight languages and more than 100 concerts based on the stories have staged by symphony orchestras worldwide. In February 2020, Hallfríður was the director of a band performing music by women of centuries before that had been forgotten.


In 2002, she was made an Honorary Associate of the Royal Academy of Music in London as a former Royal Academy of Music student who had become successful. Hallfríður received the title of Town Artist of Garðabær in the middle of the following year. She was nominated for The Society Award of Frettabladid in 2010. Hallfríður was appointed Knight's Cross of the Icelandic Order of the Falcon in 2014. She received the award "for her contribution towards musical education of children". In early 2017, Hallfríður was nominated for the Eldhugi of the Year from the Rotary Club of Kópavogur. She got Honorary Award of the Icelandic President's Export Award in 2019. It was for "her unique contribution to increasing Iceland's reputation abroad." That same year, she won the Young Audiences Music Award. In June 2020, Hallfríður received the honorary recognition from Garðabær "for an important contribution to culture and the arts".


Hallfríður Ólafsdóttir (12 July 1964 – 4 September 2020) was an Icelandic flautist, music pedagogue and writer. She did chamber music for the Iceland Symphony Orchestra, conducted orchestra with several symphony orchestras and was a flute teacher at various Icelandic institutions. Hallfríður collaborated in the creation of the mouse Maximus Musicus to introduce children to classical music. She received multiple awards and recognition for her work and was appointed Knight's Cross of the Icelandic Order of the Falcon in 2014.

Hallfríður's birth occurred on 12 July 1964 in Reykjavík. She was brought up in Kópavogur. Hallfríður was educated at Kársnesskóli in Kópavogur and Kvennaskólinn í Reykjavík. She was a graduate of Reykjavík High School and each of the Reykjavík Academy of Music with a degree for being a brass teacher and a soloist in mid-1988 under Bernharður Wilkinson, the Royal Academy of Music with a Diploma of Advanced Studies under William Bennett, and the Royal Northern College of Music with a post-graduate diploma. Hallfríður received private tutoring in French music in Paris under Alain Marion between late 1991 and early 1992.