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Bjørn Charles Dreyer

Bjorn Charles Dreyer was born in New York on 18 September 1968 and moved to Norway in 1973. He studied classical guitar parallelly playing the electric guitar in several bands as a teenager. Music studies followed in the early 90s alongside performing professionally ever since. Bjorn made a change in the musical direction during the 2000s, focusing on composition and sound art, which has resulted in several self-initiated albums. His latest album is a solo album with Kristiansand Symphony Orchestra as participants. The album releases in February 2021.

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEW

PunktFestival 2017

Read "PunktFestival 2017" reviewed by Luca Vitali

Punkt Festival Kristiansand, Norvegia Varie sedi 31.8-2.9.2017 Come sempre Punkt è un festival fuori dall'ordinario e all'insegna dell'imprevisto e dell'imprevedibile. Una sorta di Industria 4.0 della musica: fuori dal “circolo" dei tour estivi, tipico dei festival jazz, e poco interessato a fotografare il passato e il presente, è invece molto attento ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Erland Dahlen / Hallvard Hagen / Bjorn Charles Dreyer: wESTA MAN

Read "wESTA MAN" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni

The ambient soundscapes of the project wESTA MAN feature fascinating sounds that portray the dark world of the seas and seabed, engines, machines and ships around the Mtoni Marine Center in Zanzibar. Three Norwegian sound experimentalists devised this project, drummer Erland Dahlen, member of the Nils Petter Molvær Trio, who released last year an excellent solo ...


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