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New dates for Frode Haltli

Frode Haltli (born 15 May 1975 in Levanger), it is a Norwegian accordionist. Haltli began playing the accordion at the age of 7 years and in the following period he won several national competitions and scholarships. He won the first prize in the television broadcast Talentiaden 1991. Fraud has studied accordion at the Norwegian Academy of Music since 1994 and at the Royal Danish Conservatory of Music where she finished her studies in 2000. It ‘was awarded as Emerging Solo Artist of the Year 2001 by the Norwegian Concert Institute during the Bergen International Festival, and also won second place in the prestigious International Gaudeamus Interpreters Competition in Holland. Her debut album is Looking on Darkness published by ECM Records, and thanks to which the artist received a Spellemannprisen (the Norwegian Grammy) for best contemporary music album. His next album instead, contains his personal interpretations of Norwegian folk music. Accompanying him in the recording were artists like Arve Henriksen caliber, Garth Knox and Maja Ratkje. Fraud currently teaches accordion at the Norwegian Academy of Music in Oslo. He has performed as soloist with the greatest orchestras in the world and currently is following a chamber music project, the Trio poing. The trio, with Rolf-Erik Nystrøm on saxophone and Håkon Thelin on bass, he devoted himself mainly to contemporary music. Often he performs with Trygve Seim (with whom he recorded the album “Yeraz”), the Norwegian folk group Rusk. He will perform: – August 16, Oslo, “Aha !! / Extended Noise”, 18.00 Nasjonal Jazzscene Victoria, Oslo – August 19, Oslo, Gartmayer / Johannesen / Haltli / Flaten, 20:00, Café Mir, Oslo – August 20, Oslo, Rumi Songs, 18.00 Nasjonal Jazzscene, Victoria, Oslo – 09 September, Oslo, POING / Thomas Espedal / Bent Sørensen WP, 18.00 Kulturkirken Jakob, Oslo -15 September, Oslo, Grenseskogen /// The Border Woods, 22:00 P.M., Riksscenen, Oslo -17 September, Haugesund, Det norske jentekor og Frode Haltli, Kulturkirken Skåre, Haugesund – September 27, Trondheim, Bent Sørensen concert 19.30 Nidarosdomen, Trondheim