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Kjetil Jerve

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Norwegian piano player, father of triplets. Based in Oslo, working internationally. DUGNAD rec artist and maker of #DailyPiano videos on Facebook and Instagram. Born 1988 in Ålesund. Played in Åse Skolekorps Marching Band. Got a really great Swedish piano teacher at age 10, who encouraged to pursue all music, not just classical. Got heavily into early Elton John, soul, funk, fusion, jazz and avant-garde - still studying George Gershwin & Béla Bartók. Played in the local Big Odd Band, leading to The Middle Norwegian Youth Big Band (Midtnorsk ungdomsstorband), meeting future collaborator Henrik Munkeby Nørstebø, Kristoffer Eikrem and Dan Peter Sundland. Went to the Sund Folk College's jazz class (check that thing out!) and got to consistently playing piano with other people in bands for the first time

Album

The Soundtrack of My Home

Label: Dugnad rec
Released: 2020
Track listing: Kjetil; Turid; Mette; Sussi; Jon Eirik; Karoline; Iben; Eivor; Espen; Sven.

Album

Tokyo Improvisations

Label: Dugnad rec
Released: 2019
Track listing: 天縁 goen from the sky (Original 45 RPM) #1; Svenn (Original 45 RPM) #2; 天縁 goen from the sky (Original 45 RPM) #3; Svenn (Original 45 RPM) #4

Album

Lang vinter

Label: Øra Fonogram
Released: 2019

Album

Circumstances

Label: Amp Music & Records
Released: 2018
Track listing: Margit; Deadeye; 438; Time Remembered; 54 Duncan Terrace; Circumstance; Red Eye; Passengers; Everything I Love.

Album

New York Improvisations

Label: Dugnad rec
Released: 2016
Track listing: Perceive; Receive; Observe; Enjoy


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