Heida Mobeck
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Heida Mobeck

Heida Mobeck
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Mobeck with Broen and Moskus at the 2016 Oslo Jazzfestival.
Background information
Heiða Karine Jóhannesdóttir Mobeck
Born (1987-05-07) 7 May 1987 (age 31)
Trondheim, Sør-Trøndelag, Norway
Genres Jazz
Musician, composer
Instruments Tuba, bass guitar
Labels Dayladore Collective, Hubro Records, Riot Factory
Your Headlights Are On, Avalanche, Broen, Skrap, Hanna Paulsberg Concept
Website Heida Mobeck on Myspace

Heiða Karine Jóhannesdóttir Mobeck (born 7 May 1987 in Trondheim, Norway) is a Norwegian jazz musician (tuba and bass guitar), daughter of the artists Kari Elise Mobeck (Lademoen Kunstnerverksteder) and Jóhannes B. Sigurjónsson (NTNU), married 23 June 2011 to the drummer and vibraphonist Hans Hulbækmo, and known for playing in a series of bands and recordings.

Career

Mobeck studies music technology on the Jazz program at Trondheim Musikkonsevatorium,[1] and here she was involved in bands with fellow students, like "Your Headlights Are On", "Avalanche", "Skadedyr" and "Hanna Paulsberg Concept".

Honors

  • 2015: Recipient of the Sparebank 1 JazZstipendiat, within the duo Skrap together with Anja Lauvdal[2]

Discography

Her own projects

Within "Your Headlights Are On»
  • 2011: Your Headlights Are On (Dayladore Collective)
Within "Avalanche»
  • 2012: Whiteout (Riot Factory)
Within Broen
  • 2013: Broen/Invader Ace: The split jump drug EP (10" EP) (Kakao Musikk)
  • 2015: Yoga' (LP) (Nabovarsel)
Within Skadedyr

Collaborations

With Synne Sanden
  • 2013: Climbing The Rainbow (Riot Factory)[3]
Cover design for Hanna Paulsberg Concept
  • 2012: Waltz For Lilli (Øra Fonogram)

References

  1. ^ "Den siviliserende misjonen". Fett.no. Archived from the original on 14 July 2014. Retrieved 2013. 
  2. ^ "Norges største jazzpris til Skrap" (in Norwegian). FireFlate.no. Retrieved 2015. 
  3. ^ "Heiða Karine Jóhannesdóttir Mobeck Discography". Discogs.com. Retrieved . 

External links


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