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

Håvard Volden

After studying at Berklee College of Music, Oslo based guitarist Håvard Volden has worked between free improvisation, sound art and pop music, and collaborated with (among others) Toshimaru Nakamura (JP), Daniel Meyer Grønvold (NOR), and Jenny Hval (NOR).
In his music, Volden explores the sound of the acoustic guitar, combining creativity with patience.
Håvard Volden is also one of the organizers of the Fri Resonans festival together with Kim Myhr and Martin Taxt, which is a festival for creative and cutting-edge music in Trondheim, Norway.

Håvard appears on the following SOFA-releases