Four days into Oslo Jazzfestival, here are photo's from some of the concerts.
First out this night is Anne-Marie Giørtz in Sentralen
Giørtz is a vocalist, orchestra conductor, singing teacher. She's known as a front figure in the Trio de Janeiro and has been awarded Spellemanprisen (the Norwegian Grammy).
Anne-Marie Giørtz (vocal)
Peter Baden (percussion)
Eivind Aarset (guitar)
Come Shine with KORK
Next up in Sentralen was Come Shine with the Kringkastingsorkestret (National Radio Orchestra) in the marmor hall.
Come Shine is a Norwegian jazz band, established 2001 in Trondheim.
Sondre Meisfjord (bass)
Håkon Mjåset Johansen (drums)
Erlend Skomsvoll (piano)
Live Maria Roggen (vocal)
Over at Herr Nielsen, Baker Hansen kicked off the night. With them guest saxophonist John Pål Inderberg.
The group served Chet Baker songs translated to Norwegian.
Sigurd Rotvik Tunestveit (vocal and translation)
Thomas Husmo Litleskare (trumpet)
Kjetil Jerve (piano)
Stian Andreas Andersen (double bass)
Tore Fjatjord (drums)
John Pål Inderberg (baritone saxophone)
A special occasion at Victoria teater. 30 years after Cutting Edge split up, all of the original members were back at stage with a reunion concert
The quintet formed in 1981 and released three recordings in the 1980's.
Askeland is also director of the Oslo Jazzfestival since 2007.
Rune Klakegg (keyboard)
Morten Halle (tenor saxophone)
Knut Værnes (guitar)
Edvard Askeland (bass)
Frank Jacobsen (drums)
Stein Inge Brækhus (drums)
About this project
I've been covering all seven days of the Oslo Jazzfestival in a project in cooperation with Wikimedia and 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.