Alexander Rybak performed at the popular Midsummer Festival “Seto Jaanituli” in Estonia.
In addition to perform his most popular songs, he also gave a short interview to Tallinna TV Suvestuudio. The parts from his concert and the interview that were broadcast on Suvestuudio’s daily summer programme 13.07.2017, you’ll find in the video below:
Thanks to Mónika Menyhért and Anglesina Est. for finding this 🙂
Now Tallinna TV Suvestuudio has uploaded “I’m in Love” and “Dovregubbens Hall/ Fairytale” on Youtube 🙂
Alexander Rybak – “Tusen Takk” benefit concert in Boxmeer, the Netherlands.
“Tusen Takk” Benefit for Cystic Fibrosis was organized by Niels Peeters and her family in Boxmeer, the local town in the Netherlands where Niels lives. It was also a celebration of Niels’ 25 anniversary and 10 years since her lounge operation. Alexander, who is a friend of Niels and her family, said yes to perform at the concert already a year before. And he brought with him the pianist Stefan Zlatanos, and together they gave a great concert. Continue reading The Benefit concert “Tusen Takk” in Boxmeer 30. October 2016
No summer without the “Soot-Play”
When this year’s “Soot-Play” is premiered this Friday, Edda (6), Moa (12) and Vilma (10) share the stage with their dad, Lars Johansson. Continue reading Alexander is very skilled
Alexander performed at the Norwegian festival Sveiomarknaden 2017
Featured picture: Photos by Marit Olavsdatter and Daniel DeNiazi
Alexander performed four songs, one of them, “Dyrene i Afrika”, he performed together with the children’s choir. Alexander was joyful and the audience showed their enthusiasm and sang along the songs. Continue reading Alexander Rybak at Sveiomarknaden 3.6.2017
Alexander Rybak’s beautiful violin version of the 2016 Eurovision winner song “1944” by Jamala.
Alexander’s violin version of “1944” was meant to be performed at an ESC event during Eurovision in Kiev May 2017. An event where the invited artists would perform their version of an Ukrainian song. Unfortunately the event was canceled only a few weeks before it was going to happen.
Luckily we can enjoy this beautiful violin version of “1944” on YouTube
The original “1944” by Jamala