Alexander was invited to perform at Tonicaorkestern’s (Tonica Orchestra) 60s anniversary celebration concert.
One of the many highlights of the amazing concert was the duet between Alexander and the conductor Bo-Göte Nygren playing
“Czardas” of Vittorio Monti and “Viva la Vida“. Thanks to Anastasia Silakova for these great videos 🙂
Pictures and greetings in both Swedish and English from Tonicaorkestern 🙂
Alexander was the soloist in the opening concert of Østersjøfestivalen 2015 in Karlshamn, Sweden the 16.07.2015. The chamber orchestra concert of 30 young musicians was conducted by Mikaela Brorsson.
Alexander took part in half of the concert, and performed several of his song, among others these three beautiful classical pieces which is recorded by Ulli C 🙂
Friday 2nd and Saturday 3rd of January Alexander took part as a soloist in the Norwegian National Youth Orchestra’s New Year concert in Elverum and Oslo. In addition to Alexander, Arve Tellefsen, Eivind Ringstad and the boys choir “Sølvguttene” took part. Bjarte Engeset was the conductor. Luckily for those who couldn’t be present, some of Alexander’s performances were recorded and you find them below. Enjoy! Continue reading Alexander Rybak soloist at the Norwegian National Youth Orchestra’s New Year Concert 2015
Highlights from the the preparation for the concert, some of the speech during the concert and some songs by Alexander. Continue reading Alexander Rybak in Charity concert for Mercy Ships
Alexander performed at the classic concert dedicated to 150 years anniversary of Tromsø Domkirke together with Orchestra from St. Petersburg and Tromsø.
Thanks a lot to Sara Anja for providing us with such great concert videos!:)
“Summer” from Vivaldi’s “Four seasons”. Part 1.
“Summer” from Vivaldi’s “Four seasons”. Part 2.
Continue reading Alexander Rybak’s performance at the classic concert in Tromsø Domkirke, 18.10.11.
Alexander playing with the Vivaldi Orchestra of his father, Igor, and Thomas Stanghelle, for the 200 years Jubilee of the University of Oslo (Universitetet i Oslo), the following pieces:
- Bergrosa, by Sven Nyhus
- L’inverno (the Winter), from Antonio Vivaldi’s “Four seasons”
- Two songs from “Some Sunny Night” with Thomas Stanghelle, the composer of this work, based on the life of Ketil Moe. At the presence of his friend in life, Mark Wang.
Recording by Alev Can and Venche Mellemstrand. Montage by Yannis Pap. English translation by Tessa La. Subtitles by Julia B.
Also on Dailymotion
(found by Julia Bezbakh, Zhanna Sergueeva, Ingegerd Claesson, videos by Laila Solum Hansen, Hildebjørg Haugan, Polish Rybak’s Mafia)
Bergrosa (composer: Sven Nyhus)
Träden i Villa Borghese (new Alexander’s song)
Continue reading Alexander Rybak and the Vivaldi-Orchestra, Oslo, Norway, May 20th, 2011
Listen to Alexander Rybak’s self composed classical piece for ballet, «Pas de Deux» (=steps of two), which he performed with Kathrine at the Opera Festival in Kristiansund, Norway, 19 Feb. 2011!
Many thanks to Hildebjorg Ha for this recording!
Also on Dailymotion: http://dai.ly/hLd7IN
Alexander was awarded with the Russian award “Compatriot 2009”
The awarding took place the 11th of February at the Final Gala Concert at Grand Hall of House of Trade Unions, Moscow.
Alexander performed at the Gala Concert, and together with his father Igor he played “Hungarian Suite”. Here is a video of the performance, and pictures from the show you’ll find below.
Pictures from the show:
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