Harald Dahlstrøm

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Harald Dahlstrøm
Born (1961-03-02) 2 March 1961 (age 56)
Bergen, Hordaland, Norway
Genres Jazz
Occupation(s) Musician
Instruments Piano, Hammond organ

Harald Dahlstrøm (born 2 March 1961 in Bergen) is a Norwegian jazz musician (piano and Hammond B3 organ), known for participation on a series of records, from collaborations with musicians like Kenneth Sivertsen and Dance with a Stranger, and as band leader for his own lineups.[1]


Dahlstrøm had a Harald Dahlstrøm Project performing his own compositions at Nattjazz 1997, and has been engaged at Den Nationale Scene from 1981 to date where he has been a theatre musician for plays like "Les Miserable", "Evig Ung" and "Folk og røvere i Kardemommeby". He has been musical director for the brothers Ylvis on their show "Ylvis – En konsert",[2] and been studio musician for among others Kenneth Sivertsen og Dance with a Stranger.[3]

Dahlstrøm made musical arrangements for the album Strange Afternoon (1991) by the band "Secret Mission" from Bergen. He is also a member / musician and organizer of the in Bergen, hugely popular band "Voksne Herres Orkester" playing to full houses every week at Logen scene in Bergen. In recent years he has participated in the Ole Hamre notion "Fargespill".[1]



Under his own name[edit]

Collaborative works[edit]

With Jan Kåre Hystad
  • 1999: Design by Sound
  • 2000: Café Hysen Noir
With other projects


  1. ^ a b "Dahlstrøm, Harald – Biografi" (in Norwegian). Fargespill.no. Retrieved 2012-12-08. 
  2. ^ Tennum, Per Marvin (28 June 2004). "Musikalsk Ylvis-gjensyn" (in Norwegian). ØstlandsPosten OP.no. 
  3. ^ "Dahlstrøm, Harald – Biografi" (in Norwegian). DNS.no. Retrieved 2012-12-08. 

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Preceded by
Gabriel Fliflet
Recipient of the Vossajazzprisen
Succeeded by
Terje Isungset