Gammleng Award

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The Gammleng Award (Norwegian: Gammleng-prisen) is a Norwegian culture award created by The Fund for Performing Artists in 1982, 25 years after the fund was established in 1957. It is awarded to for music and theatre. The award is named after Rolf Gammleng, who was leading the Norwegian Musicians' Union when the fund was created. It is awarded each year to around 10 artists in various classes. The total award amounts is 410 000 kroner.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Rolf Gammleng-prisen 2012" (in Norwegian). FFUK.no. 
  2. ^ "Rolf Gammleng-prisen utdelt for 31. gang" (in Norwegian). MusikerOrg.no. 

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