Alexander was a guest artist in Greta Salome’s great concert in Reykjavik, Iceland, the 18th of March 2017. The concert was held in Harpa Concert Hall. Thursday the 17th the concert was played twice in the Hof Concert Hall in Akureyri. All three concerts were sold out! 🙂
Alexander played the following songs: “Song from a Secret Garden”, “I Came to Love You”, “Roll with the Wind”. Then two duets with Greta Salome: “Violin Fun” and “Four seasons, Summer by Vivaldi”, and Alexander featured with Greta Salome and Stefan Jakobsson in Iceland’s Eurovision song 2012 – “Never Forget”. And as the final number Greta joined Alexander in “Fairytale”.
Here are some videos from the concert:
“I Came to Love You”
Alexander Rybak, Greta Salome and Stefan Jakobsson with “Never Forget”, Iceland’s song in Eurovision in Baku 2012.
Rybak in Iceland – I have to focus on integrity
Alexander Rybak came, saw and conquered for Norway in Eurovision in spring 2009 with his song “Fairytale”, and got more votes than had ever been given in the competition. He has since then been popular around the world. Alexander has written and performed clicks a revelation, he has won awards, written a children’s book about bullying, and this weekend he has concerts with Greta Salome in Akureyri and Reykjavík. Continue reading Rybak in Iceland — I have to focus on integrity
Alexander Rybak and Greta Salome with a brilliant duet in the national ESC final on Iceland.
In addition to the duet, there were also an interview and at the end Alexander performed his legendary “Fairytale”. Below you find videos of the duet, the whole part with Alexander – interview, duet and “Fairytale”, and a video of only “Fairytale”.
The duet with Greta Salome
Recorded by TessaLa
Interview, the duet with Greta Salome and his performance of “Fairytale”.
Recorded by May Elisabeth Nipen
By Sabine Fundel. Germany.
This is the story of my meeting with the fiddler: I´ve been in Reykjavik from the 2nd to the 6th of dec. The first concert was at the 4th of dec. and I figured out, that Alexander arrived 2 hours before the first show that started at 4 p. m. Continue reading A Facebookies report from Iceland. Dec.4th-5th 2010