Alexander Rybak looks forward to the stress that awaits him.
The MGP winner Alexander Rybak’s management is making a plan towards the final in Portugal. It’s about saying no more often than yes when it comes to requests.
Text to the picture: As long as I’m prepared for what awaits me tomorrow, it often goes well says Alexander Rybak.
Source: Aftenposten.no, published 11.03.2018. Text og photo: Arve Henriksen. Translated by Jorunn Ekre, revised by Anni Jowett.
Smiling and fresh, with a half rusty voice, Alexander Rybak met a selection of the press for a conversation the day after the victory in the MGP final on Saturday night. His song “That’s How You Write a Song” went to the top in the Melodi Grand Prix final at Oslo Spektrum. Continue reading Everyone wants a piece of Alexander Rybak, Aftenposten 11.03.2018
The racing mindset (Tankekjøret)
Alexander Rybak, the artist
His thoughts have given Alexander Rybak some challenging downers. Now he returns to Melodi Grand Prix.
An explanation: The Norwegian word “Tankekjør” has no has exact English translation. They are not even sure of the definition in Norwegian. But some dictionaries suggest “Racing thoughts, racing mindset, my brain is racing, and so on. In this article we have chosen to use “racing mindset”
– I apologise for being a bit hushed. I have a typical Monday feeling. Many things that are pressing, says Alexander Rybak (31).
He has many of these Mondays. He begins to recognise them now. Continue reading His thoughts have given Alexander Rybak some challenging downers, Aftenposten 22.02.2018
Modelling, concerts, theater parts and marriage proposals.
After two rounds in Kjempesjansen on NRK, young Alexander Rybak from Nesodden can almost wade in exciting offers. The finale is on Saturday.
Text to photo: Even if he has been a bit ill lately, Alexander Rybak has spent the days before the finale practising and performing at closed events for various companies. Photo: Tor G. Stenersen.
Source: aftenposten.no. Published 18.11.2006. Text: Arve Henriksen. Translated by Jorunn Ekre, revised by Anni Jowett. Continue reading Everyone wants a piece of Alexander Rybak — Aftenposten 18.11.2006
Alexander writes about an outsider with a fiddle
Material that sparkles with the joy of storytelling.
Underline to the photo: Alexander has found material for a children’s book in fiddle playing.
Source: aftenposten.no Published 16.09.2015
Author: Mette Hofsødegård Photo: Poppe Cornelius Continue reading Alexander Rybak — book review of “Trolle” in Aftenposten
Found by Olina Novikova. Translated by Tessa La.
Journalist: Ingrid Anthonsen
Photo: Dan Petter Neergaard
Rybak and the Swedish troubadour Mats Paulson have released a CD about life’s small pleasures.They describe the cooperation as therapy.
– This has been therapy for me. For the first time in two years I have control of the situation, Rybak (25) said.
He talks about his new album, “Visa Vid Vindens Ängar,” which is made in cooperation with the Swedish troubadour Mats Paulson (73).
Rybak sings the beloved songs in Swedish, and has also contributed with melodies to four of the songs on the album. The songs are about life’s little golden moments, like to cuddle a cat, or the first kiss. For Rybak, the project has also been about finding peace after a turbulent time in the wake of the superior Eurovision victory in 2009. Fatigue, excessive workloads, and a fiddle smashed in frustration, has made headlines.
Continue reading Interview of Alexander Rybak in paper issue of Aftenposten from 26.6.11.