Andreas Ulvo at Vossajazz 12 April 2014.
Andreas Ulvo Langnes
22 July 1983
Musician and composer
Piano, organ and keyboards
Andreas Ulvo (born 22 July 1983 in Kongsvinger, Norway) is a Norwegian jazz pianist, organist, keyboardist and composer, known from cooperations with [1 ] Shining, Ingrid Olava, Mathias Eick Quartet, Solveig Slettahjell & Slow Motion Orchestra, Karl Seglem and Thom Hell.
Ulvo holds a Masters degree in Jazz and Improvisation from
Norwegian Academy of Music in Oslo. He has with his own projects "Eple Trio", a Norwegian contemporary jazz trio playing their own original music, been on tour in Japan 2010, playing gigs in Tokyo, Chiba, Kobe, Kanazawa, Yokohama and Saitama. In addition he has "Ulvo Ensemble", and have worked with bands and artists like Shining, Mathias Eick Quartet, Solveig Slettahjell & Slow Motion Orchestra, "Frøy Aagre Offbeat", Karl Seglem and Thom Hell to mention some. [2 ]
Vossajazz 2014, he joined Gisle Torvik presenting his "fjord-jazz" together with Karl Seglem and Epletrio, including Sigurd Hole and Jens H. Sjøvaag. [3 ]
Photography [ edit ]
Ulvo is also a self-taught photographer, specializing in band and artist photography. He works with different types of photographic media, such as digital, polaroid, toy cameras, medium format and large format cameras.
Discography [ edit ]
As leader [ edit ]
With "Eple Trio"
Made This ( NorCD) 2008:
The widening sphere of influence (NorCD) 2009:
Norsk jazz no (NorCD), with Karl Seglem 2010:
In the clearing/In the cavern (NorCD)
With "Andreas Ulvo + Slagr"
With "Ulvo Ensemble"
The Sound of rain needs no translation (AIM Records)
Light & loneliness (AIM SoundCity)
As sideman [ edit ]
Katalyze (AIM Records), with "Frøy Aagre Offbeat" 2007:
Countryside (AIM Records), with "Frøy Aagre Offbeat" 2010:
Cycle of silence (ACT Music), with "Frøy Aagre Offbeat" 2013:
Frøy Aagre Electric (Momentum Records), with "Frøy Aagre Electric" including Jonas Barsten
Solveig Slettahjell & Slow Motion Orchestra
Skoddeheimen ( NorCD)
Big shit (Schmell Records)
References [ edit ]
External links [ edit ]