Anders Berglund

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Anders Berglund (born 21 July 1948, in Södermalm, Stockholm) is a Swedish organizer, composer, conductor, pianist and musician.[1]

Career[edit]

Berglund is known as the Melodifestivalen conductor 16 times.[2][3] Also he was musical director when the event was hosted by Sweden in Eurovision Song Contest 1992. In addition he also acted as one of the Swedish commentator for the 1999 Contest together with Pekka Heino. He responded to the music of the musical Bowl at Maxim in 1985.

He participated on 18 September 2005 in TV4's Bingolotto.

In Autumn 2007, Berglund was responsible for the music in the musical called "Sound of Music" at the Göta Lejon.

Selected Original Scores composed[edit]

  • 1983 - Two Boys and One Girl
  • 1988 - Gull-Pian
  • 1989 - 1939 (film)
  • 1990 - Nils Karlsson-Pyssling
  • 1997 - Pippi Longstocking

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Preceded by
Italy Bruno Canfora
Eurovision Song Contest conductor
1992
Succeeded by
Republic of Ireland Noel Kelehan