Akiyama, Tetuzi

Asheim, Nils Henrik

Bailey, Derek

Balke, Jon

Berthling, Johan

Bjørgeengen, Kjell

Buck, Tony

Buene, Eivind

Charles, Xavier

Davies, Rhodri

Delbecq, Benoit

Denley, Jim

Doneda, Michel

Duch, Michael Francis

Dörner, Axel

Endresen, Sidsel

Ensemble, Asymmetrical Music

Flaten, Ingebrigt Håker

Gouband, Toma

Grenager, Lene

Grydeland, Ivar

Guy, Barry

Haltli, Frode

Haugerud, Tor

Hayward, Robin

Holm, Klaus Ellerhusen

Hug, Charlotte

Hval, Jenny

Kaasbøll, Anita

Karlsson, Kenneth

Kluften, Tonny

Kornstad, Håkon

Lehn, Thomas

Lo, Kristoffer

Lovens, Paul

Lønning, Eivind

Marhaug, Lasse

Minton, Phil

Moe , Ole-Henrik

Munkeby Nørstebø, Henrik

Myhr, Adrian

Myhr, Kim

Nakamura, Toshimaru

Neumann, Andrea

Nilssen-Love, Paal

Nystrøm, Rolf Erik

O'Rourke, Jim

Olsson, Henrik

Ostendorf, Nils

Oxley, Tony

Pichelin, Marc

Prochazka, Vojtech

Rabben, Bjørn

Ratkje, Maja

Reinertsen, Espen

Rombolá, Alessandra

Rowe, Keith

Rønnekleiv, Kari

Sandbakken, Tore

Sandell, Sten

Simonsen, Peder

Stackenäs, David

Tanaka, Yumiko

Taxt, Martin

Tétreault, Martin

Thomas, Pat

Tilbury, John

Tolosa, Miguel Angel

Torvund, Øyvind

Veliotis, Nikos

Volden, Håvard

Vågan, Petter

Wachsmann, Philipp

Wallumrød, Christian

Williamson, Joe

Zach, Ingar

Photo by Andreas Ulvo

Eivind Lønning

Born 1983, living in Oslo. 

Eivind Lønning is one of the most prominent and active young musicians on the Norwegian creative music scene, playing in bands like Streifenjunko, Christian Wallumrød Ensemble, Motif, Koboku Senju, and Trondheim Jazz Orchestra. 

Eivind grew up playing classical trumpet, his education contains a jazz bachelor from the Trondheim Conservatory and a master degree in improvised music from the Academy of Music in Oslo. He is experienced in both jazz and classical music, and has developed a very personal sound with unusual melodic qualities.

In the duo Streifenjunko with sax player Espen Reinertsen, Eivind Lønning has worked with modern improvisation and extended playing techniques for the trumpet. They have worked closely together for many years to present a truly unique repertoire, a mix between composed structures and improvisations, and have collaborated with Keith Rowe, Tetuzi Akiyama, Toshimaru Nakamura, Jim Denley, Christian Wallumrød, Sidsel Endresen and video artist Kjell Bjørgeengen.

During the last few years, Streifenjunko have played more than 100 concerts all over the world, including Japan, USA, South-Africa, Australia and most of Europe. Festival performances includes Fri Resonans and Kongsberg Jazzfestival in Norway, On the Edge of Wrong Festival in South Africa, Moers Festival in Germany, Sonic Acts in Amsterdam, Cable Festival in Nantes, and the NOWnow Festival in Sydney.

Streifenjunko released their debut cd «No Longer Burning» in 2009 on the record label Sofa. In 2010 the duo recieved the prestigious Young Lindeman Award. In 2012 they released their second album, «Sval Torv», on Sofa.

In 2011 Eivind also started playing solo performances, he has done tours in Scandinavia and performed at the opening concert of the Ultima Oslo Contemporary Music Festival in 2011.

In 2008 Eivind replaced Arve Henriksen in the Christian Wallumrød Ensemble, and in 2009 he featured on the ECM release “Fabula Suite Lugano” which received remarkable critical acclaims, and was nominated for “The Nordic Council Music Prize 2010”.

As part of Trondheim Jazz Orchestra he has performed with Joshua Redman, Dave Holland and Chick Corea, and performed comissions by Eirik Hegdal, Per Zanussi, Kim Myhr, Ståle Storløkken, Motorpsycho and Erlend Skomsvoll.

Eivind appears on the following SOFA-releases