Ellen Andersson

DFC-Din Fest at Campus, Skellefteå
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Ellen Andersson vocals, Anton Forsberg guitar, Joel Lysarides alto saxophone, Niklas Fernqvist bass and Johan Löfqrantz drums.

- With a distinctive voice and an unmistakable expression, she has since her debut in 2016 with "I'll Be Seeing You" hailed by both reviewers and audiences both in Sweden and abroad, and quickly established herself as one of the most prominent voices on the Swedish jazz scene . In November 2020, she released her long-awaited second album in her own name: "You Should Have Told Me" .

- “Rarely has a singer been so long-awaited. Finally!" , wrote Johan Norberg and the debut album was praised with both Gyllene Skivan by the magazine Orkesterjournalen for this year's best jazz release and Jazzkatten as "Newcomer of the Year" by Swedish Radio P2 . Since her debut, she has been seen and heard on stages all over the Nordics, among othersother with the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra , Malmö Symphony Orchestra and Norrbotten Big Band - but on the new album she goes back to the core: jazz quartet, a modern, acoustic sound - contemporary, captivating and personal.

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  • 140 members
  • 180 others
  • Schoolchildren and companions for free