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Arve Henriksen

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Born in 1968, Arve Henriksen studied at the Trondheim Conservatory from 1987-1991, and has worked as a freelance musician since 1989.

He has worked with many musicians familiar to ECM listeners, including Jon Balke (with whose Magnetic North Orchestra he has played extensively), Anders Jormin, Edward Vesala, Jon Christensen, Marilyn Mazur, Audun Kleive, Nils Petter Molvær, Misha Alperin, Arkady Shilkloper, Arild Andersen, Stian Carstensen, Dhafer Youssef, Hope Sanduval, the Cikada String Quartet, The Source and more. He has played in a wide spectre of contexts, ranging from working with koto player Satsuki Odamura, to the rock band Motorpsycho via numerous free improvising groups with Ernst Reisiger, Sten Sandell, Peter Friis-Nilsen, Terje Isungset, Marc Ducret ,Karl Seglem et cetera

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A Short Story

Label: Aspen Edities
Released: 2022
Track listing: Lessness; Towards the Redwood Curtain; Resemblance; Strands of Black Hair; Leaves, Birds and Grapes; Beek 2; Variation of Shadows; Sleepwalkers Forest; Beek; Stone Garden; Pines of Onoe; Dawning.

Article: Album Review

Eivind Aarset: Phantasmagoria, or a Different Kind of Journey

Read "Phantasmagoria, or a Different Kind of Journey" reviewed by Mario Calvitti


Dopo aver collaborato negli ultimi anni come creatore di alchimie sonore per vari progetti musicali in compagnia di musicisti come Jan Bang, Arve Henriksen, Sly & Robbie, Michele Rabbia, Bendik Hoffset e altri, ritroviamo il chitarrista norvegese Eivind Aarset alla guida di un proprio quartetto con il quale ha pubblicato qualche mese fa questo Phantasmagoria. Al ...

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Article: In Pictures

Torino Jazz Festival 2022

Read "Torino Jazz Festival 2022" reviewed by Antonio Baiano


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Article: Album Review

Ruben Machtelinckx: A Short Story

Read "A Short Story" reviewed by Mark Sullivan


In retrospect the meeting of Belgian guitarist & composer Ruben Machtelinckx and Norwegian trumpeter Arve Henriksen seems inevitable. They are both masters of delicacy and texture, as well as having distinctive and unusual sounds on their respective instruments. Machtelinckx composed most of the tunes, but these duets cast both players as equal contributors. It is a ...

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Article: Album Review

Tord Gustavsen Trio: Opening

Read "Opening" reviewed by Peter Jones


Tord Gustavsen's first three piano trio albums sold in unimaginable quantities, made him an unlikely star in his native Norway, and established him internationally. He became the living embodiment of the ECM sound—quiet, contemplative, solemn, spacious. In fact, so spacious, that at gigs one would sometimes wait a seeming eternity for the arrival of the next ...

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Article: Live Review

Vossa Jazz 2022: In Three Dimensions

Read "Vossa Jazz 2022: In Three Dimensions" reviewed by Josef Woodard


Vossa Jazz Festival Voss, Norway March 31-April 2, 2022 Like many jazz festivals trying to find a safe passage through the challenging pandemic hurdles, Norway's venerable Vossa Jazz festival kept the faith via “Plan B" operations in the past two years. Hybrid streaming and live models and a pared-down festival last September ...

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Article: Live Review

Bergamo Jazz Festival 2022 Parte seconda: la Città Bassa

Read "Bergamo Jazz Festival 2022 Parte seconda: la Città Bassa" reviewed by Libero Farnè


Bergamo Varie sedi 17-20.3.2022 Il ricco palinsesto di Bergamo Jazz 2022 ha distribuito proposte non meno interessanti e variate negli spazi della Città Bassa. I due concerti all'Auditorium di Piazza della Libertà hanno racchiuso i progetti di due formazioni europee, entrambi attuali e rilevanti. Sarebbe semplicistico sostenere che la musica del chitarrista ...

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Article: Album Review

Natsuki Tamura: Summer Tree

Read "Summer Tree" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan


In 2002, the Natsuki Tamura Quartet released an album called Hada Hada (Libra Records). It sounded as if it was plugged into ten thousand volts, even Tamura's trumpet, and especially Satoko Fujii's synthesizer, in the making of a soundtrack to a “Cyborgs March on the Capitol" movie. And those cyborgs were mad. Odd stuff. In 2022, ...

Album

Opaque Lights

Label: Fluidian Music
Released: 2021
Track listing: Blurred Eyes I; Spikes Corridor; Blurred Eyes II; Opaque Lights; Breath Waves; Flageostrings I; Corridors; Texturaural I; Opaque Lights Variation; Introvertal; Texturaural II; Blurred Eyes III; Flageostrings II; Shapes; Outer Lane; Flow Away


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