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Solo piano tour LIVING in Japan, April 2014

Jan Gunnar Hoff is doing an extensive solo piano tour in Japan, April 2014, presenting his 2013- album LIVING. Hoff will perform 10 concerts in Japan, here are the LIVING – tour dates: April 7 Mon   Kyu-Guggenheim-Tei, Kobe April

  • FLY NORTH – “an enchanting musical journey” (All About Jazz)

    Jan Gunnar Hoff´s new album FLY NORTH was released January 2014 on Losen Records and is gaining great reviews all over. It´s also becoming a bestseller at major stores. Hoff´s ensemble consists of Nordic performers Marilyn Mazur, Arve Henriksen, Anders Jormin. Allaboutjazz: ”Together these

  • A Buddy for Hoff

    Hoff received the BUDDY-prize from the Norwegian Jazzfederation (Norsk Jazzforum) on January 23, at Bodø Jazz Open, where Hoff is festival head. The BUDDY-prize is the highest distinction to be given to a Norwegian jazz performer. Link to Jazzforum site. Link

  • Hoff in jury for Wallander-prize

    Jan Gunnar Hoff has been appointed a member of an International comitee in Sweden, for the Jan Wallander- prize. For 2014 the award is given to a Swedish jazz piano student, conditions for admission to be found here. The two other members

  • Hoff at UNOJAZZ in Milano

    Jan Gunnar Hoff will play a solo concert at UNOJAZZ in Milano on July 5, 2013. The concert will take place at the majestetic Castello Sforzesco. This is 4th edition of this exciting festival. This years artists include Christian Jormin

  • Hoff presented on National TV

    Jan Gunnar Hoff was portrayed on Norwegian NRK main news “Lørdagsrevyen” on April 13. The program reaches an estimated 1.mill viewers. Hoff´s new album LIVING was presented and his creative process as a composer at Skjerstad (close to the Saltstraumen

  • New solo piano album LIVING

    LIVING is Jan Gunnar Hoff’s first solo piano album. His personal blend of different styles and influences is presented in its purest form – simply music. Some of Hoff’s pieces are meditative and expressive, while others have a strong rhythmic