Today we wish Alexander a very happy 30th birthday! – but who’s counting anyway?! 😛
30 years have passed since you were born. 30 years filled with experiences far beyond normal. People from all over the world have been fascinated by your versatile musical footsteps, and you have all the reasons to be proud of yourself and what you have achieved so far.
Alexander Rybak – You bring joy to the world 🙂
To celebrate, we’ve created this quiz made by Bita J, in which we explore Alexander’s past decade as an artist. Enjoy!”
Happy birthday to the most handsome, brilliant, hot, sexy violinist walking on this earth. We wish you a happy year, and may your third wish (**** ******) come true
During the last 12 months he has entertained us with great performances and given us wonderful new music we can enjoy. Just listen to this great PLAYLIST.
Greetings from Russian fans. Click on the picture to watch it 🙂
To celebrate, we’ve made this quiz about this versatile violinist. What have this guy done the last year? You’ll find the answers to that in his last year’s footsteps and interviews. Are you up for a challenge? Then let’s get started!
Picture by Lena Fokina
Video greeting from Team International Fansite
Greetings from fans all over the world! 🙂
Dear Alexander. My best wishes for your 29th year, starting today. Hope you achieve your professional goals and that you will have a lot of joy in your life. And always remember you have a dedicated fan base that likes to be used, if you can use them in any way:) Happy birthday! Hilde M, Norway
Continue reading Happy 28th Birthday, Alexander Rybak! 🙂
One more year has passed and we have followed Alexander’s path in his career during this time. Now it’s time to remember what all Alexander has accomplished. It’s impressive how much this guy is able to do in just 365 days:)
Here is a video containing all the memorable moments of Alexander’s 26th year of life! Many creative people participated in the creation of this video, all of the names are listed at the end of the movie;)
Enjoy watching it!
Here is the video documentary of what you have done for the whole year since you turned 25 to the present day:) We tried to gather all we could, all the happenings: concerts, performance at the various events and TV-shows, Meet&Greets and many, many other things you managed to do during this “calm” year!;) Why calm? Because you announced you were going to take it calmer this year and finish your study. Yeah, right! Here you can see how calm this year was for you and…for us! Because the more you work – the more work for us!:)) But that is just great! Keep rolling, fiddler! And we’ll keep working for you!:-)
So, Day 6 of Alex at ESC was his Birthday!:) He probably had a day-off, so we couldn’t find anything about his activities that day. That’s why we just post a fan-video, which was created by his fan as a birthday gift to him:) and
HAPPY BIRTHDAY, ALEXANDER!
This music composition called “Del mare” (the sea) was written by Tatiana Ledeneva. She recorded it and put on the video with pictures of beautiful Norwegian nature. Amazing work! Thank you, Tatiana!!:)
If you don´t know, Sityhilelo is 15-year-old boy from South-Africa, who got the chance, to travel to Norway and participate in Valdres Summersymphony, june 2010, because of a birthday-present to Alexander Rybak from his fans and friends. Read more in this link: http://www.alexanderrybaknews.com/2010/06/26/welcome-sityhilelo-from-friends-and-fans-of-alexander-rybak/
A letter from South-Africa
We arrived safely on Wednesday the 6th and the trip back was great! I’m writing you this letter in remembrance of the great time I had in Norway, the people were warm, the food was great, the weather was wonderful and the 5 star service. I met new friends and I miss them already and we promised each other to meet again next year, hopefully! And my best friend Carl gave me a USB stick with all my favoured music in it and he also wrote a goodbye letter for me and got all the Woodwind players to sign it, that was very kind of him.
I learned a lot in the Valdres Sommersymfoni because the commitment those students have when we rehearsed in the orchestra and when they play their solo’s it’s inspiring and the standard of playing those children have is what we are not used to in South Africa, and I got an amazing masterclass from Frederick the clarinettist who was his idea to donate the clarinet to me.
I was so shocked I almost cried, it was so unexpected. I wish you guys a wonderful year and I hope to be back next year and thank you for the new clarinet it’s amazing. Thank you very much guys for the great times we shared together may this connection/relationship amongst us grow from strength to strength.
Best wishes to all
Link to original page from Valdres