Terje Winge (born 1950) is Professor of Organ at the Norwegian Academy of Music, where he has taught since the early 1980s. He received his own organ education from the Norwegian organists Ludvig Nielsen and Arild Sandvold, before studying with Jiri Reinberger in Prague and Gaston Litaize in Paris. He made his debut as a concert organist in 1970 and since then he has given concerts in many European countries. His repertoire ranges from early baroque to contemporary music, and he has given the first performance of many Norwegian works for the organ. Winge has recorded several CDs, among them the series “Organum Norvegica”; on these albums he plays organs in Norway and covers a wide range of repertoire.