Ellen Andersson vocals, Fredrik Kronkvist alto saxophone, Anton Forsberg guitar, Niklas Fernqvist double bass, Johan Löfcrantz Ramsay drums.
Ellen Andersson has been described as two voices in one - the young, curious and the older, experienced - a man with a rare artistic weight. On November 6, she will release her long-awaited second album in her own name: You Should Have Told Me.
Since her successful debut in 2016 with I’ll Be Seeing You, she has been hailed by both reviewers and audiences both in Sweden and abroad and has established herself as one of the most prominent voices on the Swedish jazz scene. With millions of streams and hundreds of concerts behind her, she has in recent years been seen and heard on stages and concert halls across the country, including the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra, Malmö Symphony Orchestra and Norrbotten Big Band - but on the new album she returns to the core: jazz quartet, a modern, acoustic sound - contemporary, captivating and personal. Since the debut album, Ellen has received the Golden Record for this year's best jazz release, Jazzkatten in the category "Newcomer of the Year" by Swedish Radio P2 and Gunnar Hoffsten's Scholarship (2020).
At present, an audience ceiling of a maximum of 100 people applies.
|Tuesday 23 nov 2021||7:30 PM||Best Western Gamla Teatern|
|Jazz i Jemtland|
|Tickets at www.nortic.se or over the counter at Visit Östersund. Regular 250: -, Jazz in Jemtland member 200: -, students/youth 100: -.|