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Always week 29 // 15-20 July 2024
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Susanne Sundfør | Stig Brenner | Stuzzi

1 ticket - 3 concerts!

Friday night at Romsdalsmuseet will be star-studded, where one of Norway's biggest artists right now, Susanne Sundfør, will close the evening. An artist who has evolved from danceable electro-pop in 2015 with international success to experimental folk music and hopeful jazz ballads that have captivated all of Norway. Before her, we'll have Stig Brenner (formerly known as Unge Ferrari), who has established himself as one of Norway's strongest rappers while taking his music to new heights after leaving his old artist name behind and achieving international success with his latest album. The evening opens with the Swedish rising star Stuzzi, setting the summer mood with feel-good, danceable rhythms, and party vibes! Stuzzi's music is a blend of disco, cumbia, house, funk, and rave. We promise good vibes and tropical warmth from the stage!

Romsdalsmuseet 785,- fees incl.

17:00 Doors
18:00 Stuzzi
19:30 Stig Brenner
21:00 Susanne Sundfør

Susanne Sundfør

When Susanne Sundfør creates something, it's rarely without thought or emotion behind it. It's difficult to describe her music briefly, but always, always, it's written and played with a nerve that is so pervasive that it reaches ears that didn't even know they liked music. Perhaps because her music consists of so many different elements that anyone can find something to relate to?

Longing, sorrow, love, relational dynamics. It's as if the music sees the world with a sometimes dark, but unflinching gaze. An exploration of this, and of human nature.

And this engine of meaning, this quest for meaning, is and has been important to Sundfør. You can hear it on her early albums like the self-titled debut from 2007, but especially on the concept albums The Brothel (2010), The Silicone Veil (2012), and the smash hits Ten Love Songs (2015) and Music For People In Trouble (2017), but also on A Night at Salle Pleyel (2011), which was a commissioned work for the 25th anniversary of the Oslo Jazz Festival.

In addition to her rare vocal mastery – influenced by traditional Norwegian singing as well as soul and r'n'b – her discography resonates with wildly divergent references side by side. Alphaville and Abba are mixed with musique concrète, field recordings, noise, spoken word, and extremely dense harmonies.

Her latest album, blómi (2023) – which draws inspiration from Voluspá – is no exception, but a keen eye will notice the six years between it and her previous release. The long hiatus was necessary for Sundfør's physical and mental health, but once the album was a reality, it was as if Susanne had become our own volve. One who comforts, heals, and predicts that in the wake of the world's ongoing crises, violence, and misery, we will manage to rise again.

Concerts in our main program typically last between 60 to 90 minutes.
In Alexandraparken, there is an age limit of 18 years from 7:00 PM.

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Exactly this could be seen in the concluding episode of Lindmo on NRK last Friday, watch the video below.

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Stig Brenner

A beloved child has many names, and Stig Joar Haugen, alias Stig Brenner, is definitely one of the beloved ones of our time

He debuted as the soon-to-be widely known Unge Ferrari with the EP "Til Mine Venner" (2015) and truly broke through with the highly acclaimed "Midt imellom magisk og manisk" (2018). Particularly, the song "Balkong" solidified his position as a music and lyrical performer – with its brutally honest depiction of how dark thoughts can become and how frightening, yet mundane, it can be.

Thus, his place as a guiding star in the Norwegian music scene was also established. The same song is a good example of how he navigates between vulnerability, playfulness, and harsh coldness with acrobatic ease. He has contributed to expanding the horizon for many young listeners and musicians by making bold(er) choices, by challenging the idea of who one is.

Moreover, he has collaborated with artists such as Arif, Karpe, Tomine Harket, Lars Vaular, among many others, who have also had similar groundbreaking influence on the Norwegian music scene.

Since his debut, he may have matured. That may have been one reason why in 2020 he no longer felt like Unge Ferrari and changed his name to Stig Brenner. Another important point is that he simultaneously had the opportunity to liberate himself artistically, to be more himself, or even to develop into something completely different?

Because it is with experimentation and an open mind that he approaches his own work. Thus, he has a natural place in jazz as well. For example, he stated on NRK P3's "Lørdagsrådet" that he enjoys the process where he can "throw things at the wall and see what sticks."

Since his new alias came in 2021, the full-length album "Hvite Duer, Sort Magi" was released, and last fall he released the EP "Det var aldri meg," which may possibly refer to his identity transformation. Nowadays, he is working on completing a new album, the material of which we hopefully will hear at Romsdalsmuseet during this year's Moldejazz.

We are eagerly awaiting!

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Stuzzi

We promise good vibes and tropical warmth from the stage!

The music of Stuzzi is a mix of disco, cumbia, house, funk, and rave.
Stuzzi has a presence and charisma that delivers an energetic concert that you're guaranteed to groove to. Perfect for a July evening at Romsdalsmuseet.

Stuzzi has released two EPs, is currently performing concerts in Europe, and was recently nominated for the Swedish National Radio Award "P3 Guld" as "Breakout Artist of 2023".
He also works as a producer and musician for Swedish artists such as Moonica Mac, Petter, Cleo, Eirik Lundin, and Fricky.

Come dance with us this summer evening!

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