August 2015: Guro's CD covering Bruch and Prokofiev violin concertos has been shortlisted for the Gramophone Classical Music Awards 2015 in the category "Concertos". The other nominees are Leif Ove Andsnes, Maria Joao Pires, Arabella Steinbacher, Nicholas Daniel and Alisa Weilerstein. For more information, click here

October 2014: Guro is awarded a scholarship from "Ingerid, Synnøve og Elias Fegerstens stiftelse". The scholarship has a prize money of 50.000 NOK and will be celebrated in Oslo on the 17th of November, where she will be performing.

October 2014: Guro received an "artist prize" from Oppland Fylkeskommune. The prize money, 50.000 NOK, is given every year to some of the most active artists from the county of Oppland.

September 2014: Guro is appointed as artistic director of Valdres Sommersymfoni. Valdres Sommersymfoni is an annual music festival and a summer camp for children and young musicians from all over the world, hosting about 20 concerts. In a press release she states that she is delighted to get this opportunity at such a young age, and is looking forward to contribute in the development of the festival, and to present exciting concerts on a high international level to the festival audience. -Valdres Sommersymfoni has been a central part of my musical education and development during the last 14 years, she claims. More information about Valdres Sommersymfoni: (Norwegian pages)

August 2014: Guro is awarded the “Arve Tellefsens Musicians Prize”, a prize appointed every year to a musician with “extraordinary achievements”. The prize carries prize money of 100.000 NOK. This was celebrated in Trondheim, where Guro gave a recital with the Norwegian pianist Håvard Gimse. Previous recievers of the prize includes violinist Vilde Frang and conductor Eivind Guldberg Jensen.

August 2014: Guro's recording of Bruch's first and Prokofiev's second violin concertos (Simax classics) with the Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra was chosen as "Editor's Choice" in the Gramophone Magazine: "A delight to be acquainted with the name and performance of a very impressive young musician, her interpretations entirely confident and full of character", states the editor Martin Cullingford.