Pitsj at the 10'th anniversary concert at Ingensteds in Oslo, September 10, 2016.
Ane Carmen Roggen
Anja Eline Skybakmoen
|Past members||Tora Augestad|
Pitsj (founded 1999 in Oslo, Norway) is a female Norwegian a cappella quintet. The band consists of Anine and Benedikte Kruse, the twin sisters Ane Carmen and Ida Roggen, and Anja Eline Skybakmoen (who replaced Tora Augestad when she left Pitsj in 2007).
Pitsj released their first album, Pitsj, on Grappa Records, in September 2006. It was recorded in The Real Group's studio in Stockholm, Sweden and produced by their producer, Anders Edenroth. This album has received good reviews from different Norwegian news papers, one of them Dagbladet. Their repertoire focuses mainly on Norwegian pop and jazz. They made a major contribution to Kjempesjansen 2006.
Pitsj has performed at a large number of Norwegian festivals and concert scenes, and they have featured on Norwegian television. Pitsj has also made joint performances with The Real Group on several occasions, in addition to cooperations with the likes of Ole Edvard Antonsen, Odd Nordstoga, Sigvart Dagsland and Henning Sommerro.
- Present members
- Anine Kruse - vocals
- Benedikte Kruse - vocals
- Ane Carmen Roggen - vocals
- Ida Roggen - vocals
- Anja Eline Skybakmoen - vocals
- Past members
- Tora Augestad - vocals
- Stavanger International Chamber Music Festival
- Hardingtonar festival
- Gloppen musikkfest
- Landssangerstevnet in Molde
- The Real A Cappella Festival (Sweden)
- 2006: Pitsj (Grappa Music)
- 2009: Gjenfortellinger (Grappa Music)
- 2014: Snow Is Falling (Grappa Music)
- EP's and Singles
- 2006: Den Du Veit (Grappa Music)
- 2006: Voi Voi (Grappa Music)
- 2016: Syngedame / Pakker sammen og reiser (Grappa Music)
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to Pitsj.|
- Aalrust, Marit Sunnanå (2006-09-19). "Det motsatte av Bjelleklang" (in Norwegian). Universitas. Retrieved 2014-04-28.
- "Pitsj – vakre viser a capella, Norsk Viseforum" (in Norwegian). Viser.no. Retrieved 2014-04-28.
- "Pitsj – Kjempesjansen" (in Norwegian). NRK. Retrieved 2014-04-28.
- "Pitsj". Biography (in Norwegian). Grappa Music. Retrieved 2014-11-16.
- "Pitsj". MusicOnline. Retrieved 2014-04-28.
- "Kjell Karlsen 80 års jubileumsgalla med storband og kor" (in Norwegian). OsloKonserthus.no. Retrieved 2014-04-28.
- Official website
- Pitsj fragment VokaLarm 2010 Trondheim on YouTube
- Pitsj - Snow is falling on YouTube
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