Agathe Backer Grøndahl (1847-1907) was a Norwegian pianist and composer, known for her contributions to the Romantic era of classical music. She was part of a prominent musical family in Norway, with several of her siblings being well-known musicians and painters in their own right.
Her contributions to the development of Norwegian classical music have been recognized both nationally and internationally. Her son, Fridtjof Backer-Grøndahl, was also a significant figure in Norwegian music history as a renowned pianist and composer. He was known for performing his mother’s piano works with great skill and artistry, further cementing her legacy in the classical music world.