Kåre Opheim

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Kåre Opheim
Born (1975-10-02) 2 October 1975 (age 38)
Voss, Hordaland
Origin Norway
Genres Jazz, folk, rock
Occupations Musician, composer
Instruments Drums
Associated acts Real Ones

Kåre Opheim (born 2 October 1975 in Voss, Norway) is a Norwegian musician (drums), known from a series of albums and bands like Real Ones.[1] Opheim is an important partner in the «UNGjaJazzja» at Vossajazz. He is part of the Mads Berven Trio with a record release Mountains & the Sea in 2011,[2] and played within Mike Gallaher Trio at Vossajazz 2009.[3]



Within Real Ones
  • 2002: This Is Camping (New Records, Norway)
  • 2008: All For The Neighbourhood (Warner Music, Norway)
With Nathalie Nordnes
  • 2003: Hush Hush (EMI Music, Norway)
  • 2005: Join Me In The Park
With others
  • 1998: Draum (Draum Records), within «Draum» (Morten Arnetvedt, Ingvild Bræin, Marius Larsen & Rikke Eri)
  • 2002: It's A Record (New Records, Norway), witin «Sergeant Petter»
  • 2003: Pigs (Bluebox Records), with Heidi Marie Vestrheim
  • 2003: Heim Te Mor (Universal Music, Norway), with Odd Nordstoga
  • 2008: Song, Trø Lett På Hjarta Mitt (Crystal Air Records), with Berit Opheim
  • 2011: Mountains & the Sea (Komanche), within his M.B. Trio[2]


  1. ^ "REAL ONES feat special guests (N)" (in Norwegian). Nattjazz.no. 
  2. ^ a b "Kosestund - Trio med musikalsk vennlighet" (in Norwegian). Bergenpuls BT.no. 
  3. ^ "Mike Gallaher Trio" (in Norwegian). Øystein Lydvo on Myspace.com. 

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Preceded by
Thomas T. Dahl
Recipient of the Vossajazzprisen
Succeeded by
Magne Thormodsæter