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On reflection through logs - with Morten Qvenild

In the video below, pianist Morten Qvenild talks about logs:


About Morten Qvenild

Over the past 25 years, Morten Qvenild has been a groundbreaking voice in European jazz, pop and other related musical fluctuations. He has initiated and composed for / played in several bands and participated in around 90 recordings with In the Country, The National Bank, Solveig Slettahjell Slomo Quintet, Susanne Sundfør, Arve Henriksen, Thomas Dybdahl, Martin Hagfors, Ingrid Olava, The Budding Rose, Marit Larsen, Nils Petter Molvær, Shining, Jaga Jazzist, Trail of Souls, Food, Trinity and Susanna and the Magical Orchestra ++. In recent years, Morten Qvenild has worked on the development of an expanded grand piano concept, The HyPer(sonal) Piano, a research project that was carried out within the Norwegian artistic research fellowship program. After this he worked as a researcher in the improvisation and technology project Goodbye Intuition. He works to expand the grand piano's sonic palette by integrating live electronics in various ways related to the piano and his voice. This project also resulted in his first solo album, Personal Piano. A trademark of his art is his attempt to explore the axis between composition and improvisation.