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GDRN & Mag­nús Jóhann: Re­lease Con­cert

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Price

6.990 - 7.990 kr

Next event

Saturday 11th February - 17:00

Venue

Norðurljós

Singer GDRN and pianist Magnús Jóhann have performed a lot together, both as a duo and with a band. The 16th of September they released a new album Tíu íslensk sönglög. Meaning Ten Icelandic songs. Like the name suggests, the record contains ten Icelandic classics sung by GDRN accompanied by Magnús on piano in their own arrangements. The record contains songs such as Rósin, Hvert örstutt spor,Víkivaki and one original song, Morgunsól. Music and lyrics written by 70’s pop giants, Icelandic reggae band Hjálmar and even Iceland’s Nobel literate, Halldór Laxness. At their concert in Norðurljós hall they will perform the songs from the album along with other gems as well as GDRN’s songs. The duo will be located on the middle of the hall, seeking to create an intimate atmosphere and replicating the relaxed mood of the album.

Guðrún Ýr Eyfjörð, bettter known as GDRN, has been prolific in the Icelandic music scene since releasing her debut album Hvað ef in 2018. The record was highly acclaimed, won many awards and was nominated for the Nordic Music Prize. Since then she has collaborated with a number of acclaimed artists, starred in Netflix series Katla as well as releasing her second LP “GDRN”. Her second album she wrote with Magnús Jóhann but their paths crossed a few years prior at music school. 

Magnús Jóhann has been very active in the Icelandic scene as a keyboard player, record producer, composer and more for tons of artists. He has also released three solo albums, an EP and a duo album with jazz legend Skúli Sverrisson.

Promoter

Paxal ehf

The ticket prices are as follows:

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7.990 kr.

What´s on

Saturday 11. February - 20:00

Norðurljós

Norðurljós is a recital hall on Harpa’s second floor, situated between Eldborg and Silfurberg. It offers various possibilities for concerts, conferences, receptions and other events.