Ingor Ánte Áilo Gaup

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Ingor Ánte Áilu Gaup
Inga-Máret Gaup-Juuso and Iŋgor Ántte Áilu Gaup in Helsinki Sept 6 2013.JPG
Inga-Máret Gaup-Juuso and Ingor Ánte Áilo Gaup in Helsinki, Finland after a performance of Nils-Aslak Valkeapää's The Frost Haired and The Dream-seer on September 6th, 2013
Background information
Born (1960-03-25) 25 March 1960 (age 55)
Kautokeino, Norway
Origin  Norway Sami flag.svg Sami
Genres Yoik & traditional folk music
Occupation(s) Actor, musician & composer
Instruments Vocals
Website Ivnniiguin on MySpace
Notable instruments
Yoik

Ingor Ánte Áilu Gaup, also known as Iŋgor Ántte Áilu Gaup and as Áilloš (born 25 March 1960 in Kautokeino, Norway) is a Sami actor, composer, and folk musician (joik.)

Career[edit]

Gaup was an early part of the rock group "Ivnniguinn", which, among other things, created arrangements of poems by Ailo Gaup, whose work, the musical Våre vidder II, was presented at the Kautokeino Theater and at cultural festivals in Nord-Norge. This piqued an interest in theater, which led to the establishment of Beaivváš Sámi Theatre, which he has been part of since 1983.

He has also had smaller roles in the Norwegian film The Brothers Dal and the Legend of Atlantis (1994), and also contributed to such musical publications as Jan Garbarek's I Took Up the Runes (1990). Together with Nils-Aslak Valkeapää, he released Sápmi lottážan (1993). Since 1993, he has been part of accordionist Gabriel Fliflet's group Fri Flyt, who has toured the country together with Knut Reiersrud performing the jazzjoik Saman i gaman .

He has performed "Jasat" with the Sami theater in Kiruna and the Southern Sámi Theater. Gaup received the Nordlys award in 2003, and participated in the Nordlys Festival in 2004 with Solveig Kringlebotn. Together with Kristin Mellem, he released Jeđđehus (2004), which was nominated for the Edvard award in (2005). His newest album includes the musicians Svein Schultz, Kenneth Ekornes, and Stein Austrud.

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Awards
Preceded by
Knut Erik Sundquist
Recipient of the Nordlysprisen
2006
Succeeded by
Ola Bremnes