Photo's and impressions of the the last day at Oslo Jazzfestival 2016.
The first to enter the stage, and the last to leave this day; the musicians in Lydkolonien and the 12 hour long jam sessions at Ingensteds by Akerselva.
Ellen Andrea Wang's 12 hour long jam session only after appearing at three other festival concerts the few days before.
Bugge Wesseltoft (keyboard)
Vidar Johansen (saxophone)
Harald Lassen (saxophone)
Ellen Andrea Wang (double bass)
Bendik Baksaas (Disc jockey)
Tom Olstad (drums)
Some of the guests apperances:
Siv Øyunn Kjenstad (drums)
Stian Unhjem (guitar)
Edvard Askeland (double bass)
Staffan William-Olsson Trio
Staffan William-Olsson Trio at the stage at Herr Nielsen.
Terje Gewelt (double bass)
Magnus Sefaniassen Eide (drums)
Staffan William-Olsson (guitar)
Gammalgrass at Buckleys.
Ola Kvernberg won the Spellemannprisen for best Jazz album in 2011.
Ola Kvernberg (fiddle)
Ole Morten Vågan (double bass)
Stian Carstensen (guitar)
Trygve Seim - Rumi Songs
Trygve Seim at the stage at Victoria.
Rumi Songs is a cooperation between Trygve Seim and Tora Augestad.
The lyrics are from the 11th century poet Jalaladin Rumi, and was resited by Erling Kittelsen.
Trygve Seim (saxophone)
Tora Augestad (vocal)
Frode Haltli (accordion)
Svante Henryson (cello)
Erling Kittelsen (spoken words)
Hanna Paulsberg Concept
Hanna Paulsberg Concept with Knut Riisnæs at the stage at Herr Nielsen.
Hanna Paulsberg (saxophone)
Oscar Grönberg (piano)
Trygve Waldemar (double bass)
Hans Hulbækmo (drums)
Knut Riisnæs (saxophone)
Funk bassist Ida Nielsen at Victoria teater.
Nielsen's talent was discovered by Prince, and she was bassist in 3rdeyegirl and New Power Generation until 2016.
The concert was the first of her tour in Northern Europe.
Ida Nielsen (bass)
Sofia Hejslet (keyboard)
Mika Vandborg (guitar)
Yassin Daulne (Disc jockey)
Patrick Dorcean (drums)
André Martin Hadland (vocal)
About this project
I've been covering all seven days of the Oslo Jazzfestival in a project in cooperation with Wikimedia and with support from the Jazzfestival. The purpose of the project is to document concerts and events of the festival, while increasing the number of illustrated articles on Wikipedia in Scandinavia.
- Canon EOS 6D
- Canon 70-200mm f2.8 II
- Canon 24-70mm f2.8 II
All photographs are published with All Rights Reserved and may not be used without permission.