The hero in the kindergarten
For Alexander Rybak the parties were the best thing about kindergarten. Then he could get to be a hero.
Text to photo: Alexander Rybak didn’t only play in the kindergarten in Belarus, he also learnt to read and write.- I have always worked hard to learn things. That’s why I have succeeded, he says. Continue reading Alexander — My kindergarten memory — Utdanningsnytt 4/2015
Alexander and Pernille Hogstad were guests in the Norwegian morning show “God morgen Norge” (Good Morning Norway), where they talked about “Trollebook” and performed 2 songs from the book – “Du Bare Du” (You Only You) and “Venner” (Friends). Continue reading Alexander Rybak and Pernille Hogstad in the Norwegian morning show “God Morgen Norge” 5.11.2015
Meet this falls’s children’s book debutant Alexander Rybak
Text to header photo: Alexander Rybak, internationally well known violinist, composer and artist. He currently makes his debut as a children’s book author.
Source: Forlagsliv.no Published 14.01.2015. Authour: Anne Østgaard, Cappelen Damm
Found by TessaLa. Translated by Jorunn Ekre and TessaLa, Revision Bita J
Alexander Rybak (born 1986) is an actor, composer and musician. He was born in Belarus and grew up in Nesodden. He has played the violin and the piano ever since the age of 5. He made his breakthrough in 2009 when he won the Eurovision Song Contest with his own song “Fairytale”. Continue reading Interview with Alexander Rybak about his debut as an author by Cappelen Damm
“Danse for trærne” (Dancing for The Trees) is a song from Alexander Rybak’s soundtrack to his book “Trolle and The Magic Fiddle”.
Since many of Alexander’s fans don’t understand Norwegian, we have translated the lyrics. Below the video you’ll find the lyrics in English, German, Azerbadijani, Turkish and Russian. Continue reading Danse for Trærne — lyrics in several languages
It broke my heart as a mother
Mom Natalia is proud of her talented son, but she has a sore memory of the time Alexander Rybak was the boy who was left out. Continue reading Alexander Rybak was once a lonely boy
Musicians seem to succeed better as writers of children’s books than many other celebrities. Alexander Rybak is no exception.
Continue reading Alexander Rybak — Book review of “Trolle and the Magic Fiddle” in Dagbladet