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Arve Henriksen

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Arve Henriksen
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Arve Henriksen at Moers Festival,
June 2006, Germany.
Background information
Born (1968-03-22) 22 March 1968 (age 51)
Stranda, Sunnmøre
OriginNorway
Occupation(s)Musician
InstrumentsTrumpet, vocals
LabelsECM, Rune Grammofon
Websitewww.arvehenriksen.com

Arve Henriksen (born 22 March 1968) is a Norwegian trumpet player, renowned for his distinctive, flute-like sound on the trumpet, inspired by the sound of the Japanese shakuhachi flute.

Career

Arve Henriksen, mœrs festival 2010.
Arve Henriksen, mœrs festival 2010.
Arve Henriksen and Terje Isungset performing glass music at Victoria 2015.
Arve Henriksen and Terje Isungset performing glass music at Victoria 2015.
Arve Henriksen - Glass music.
Arve Henriksen - Glass music.

Henriksen was born in Stranda and educated on the Jazz program at Trondheim Musikkonservatorium; he later studied music pedagogy, while he played in «Bodega Band» (1987–88), «Luft» (1987–89), «Veslefrekk» from 1989, «Close Enough» 1990–92, «Nutrio» from 1990, and recorded with Bjørn Alterhaug and «Tre Små Kinesere» (1990). After graduating in 1991, he joined the «Trio Midt-Norge» and «Piggy Bop».[1]

He has played among others with Misha Alperin, Jon Balke's Magnetic North Orchestra, Nils Petter Molvær, Audun Kleive, Trygve Seim, Terje Isungset, Christian Wallumrød and recently with Iain Ballamy's Food for Quartet and Supersilent, both bands signed on Rune Grammofon. He has also contributed to David Sylvian's Nine Horses project and his latest work, When Loud Weather Buffeted Naoshima.[1][2]

He also sings; his unique wordless vocalising was central to Chiaroscuro, where he often sings in a soprano's range. The control over his head voice is such that in "Opening Image" he could quite easily be mistaken for a woman.[1]

With Supersilent he has been a major contributor to one of the most acclaimed improvisational bands over the last 14 years in Norway, with collaborations with Terje Rypdal among others. John Paul Jones played with them at the Punkt festival 2010, in Kristiansand, Norway and again at Moldejazz 2012.[3]

John Kellman of the All About Jazz magazine recognized Arve Henriksen/Jan Bang Double CD Release Show at The Punkt Festival, Kristiansand, Norway, September 2013, as no. 17 of his "Best Live Shows of 2013".[4]

Arve Henriksen at Vossajazz 2014.
Arve Henriksen at Vossajazz 2014.

Honors

Discography

Solo albums

Compilations
  • 2012: Solidification (Rune Grammofon)
  • 2014: Chron|Cosmic Creation (Rune Grammofon)

Collaborative work

References

  1. ^ a b c "Henriksen, Arve Biography" (in Norwegian). Norsk Musikkinformasjon MIC.no. Retrieved 2015-01-03.
  2. ^ Sandall, Robert (2007-08-26). "David Sylvian: When Loud Weather Buffeted Naoshima". The Sunday Times. London.
  3. ^ "Supersilent med John Paul Jones" (in Norwegian). Moldejazz.no. Archived from the original on 2011-08-06. Retrieved 2012-09-01.
  4. ^ Kelman, John (2013-12-13). "John Kelman's Best Live Shows of 2013". All About Jazz. Retrieved 2013-12-14.
  5. ^ "RCD2192 - Arve Henriksen: Towards Language (CD/LP)". www.runegrammofon.com. Retrieved 2017-03-29.
  6. ^ "Catalogue: Rímur - Trio Mediaeval / Arve Henriksen - Release date: 03.03.2017 ECM 2520". ECM Records. Retrieved 30 April 2017.

External links

Awards
Preceded by
Bugge Wesseltoft
Recipient of the Buddyprisen
2005
Succeeded by
Paal Nilssen-Love
Preceded by
Solveig Slettahjell
Recipient of the Radka Toneff Memorial Award
2007
Succeeded by
Elin Rosseland
Preceded by
Maria Kannegaard
Recipient of the Kongsberg Jazz Award
2011
Succeeded by
Ola Kvernberg
This page was last edited on 25 November 2019, at 15:45
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