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Silje's appearances

the year 2004

 

additional information is welcome

date place, country / broadcast venue details
January 11 on Norwegian TV (TV2) with other artists in 'Fadderaksjonen 2004', for the benefit of Plan
February (probably this year; maybe 2005) Amsterdam ? concert with Silje, where Erik Gunvaldsen (leader of the Institute for rhythmical musik at Høgskolen in Agder, Norway) was the musical leader also playing the guitar
February (at the end of) Oslo, Norway Chateau Neuf 32nd Gala for the Spellemannprisen (Norwegian Grammies); Silje won the Artist of the Year prize, handed out by the Norwegian Minister of Culture, Valgerd Svarstad Haugland
April 4 Voss, Norway Idrettshall Vossajazz; Silje's Band: Trio and Hallgrim Bratberg
April 21 Hamburg, Germany Fabrik Nightwatch Tour
April 23 Berlin, Germany Passionskirche Nightwatch Tour
April 24 Karlsruhe, Germany Tollhaus Nightwatch Tour
April 25 Frankfurt, Germany Mousontum Nightwatch Tour
April 26 Düsseldorf, Germany Theater an der Kö Nightwatch Tour
April 28 München, Germany Muffathalle Nightwatch Tour
May 2 Cheltenham, United Kingdom Cheltenham International Jazz Festival
May 3 Milano, Italy Auditorium de Milano  
May 28 Oppdal, Norway Quality Hotel Oppdal Swingin’ Oppdal
May 30 Rosendal, Norway Samfunnshus Rosendal Musikfestival
June 12 Mandal, Norway Jazzteltet Mandal Jazz Festival
June 20 Bømlo (Bremnes), Norway Moster Amfi Heine Totland as guest
June 20 On Swedish TV (SVTV2) program called ABC
June 25 Düsseldorf, Germany Deutsche Oper am Rhein Düsseldorf Jazz Rally
July 1 Kongsberg, Norway Kongsberghallen Kongsberg Jazzfestival; (supported by: Bafo Bafo (South-Africa)?)
Silje and Live Maria Roggen presented as ambassadors for the Blantyre-prosjektet (Malawi) for a three years period; co-operation of SOS-barnebyer, Kongsberg Jazzfestival and the city of Kongsberg
July 3 Salzau (Kiel), Germany   Jazz Baltica, open air program
July 10 Den Haag, Netherlands

on Dutch radio (Radio 2)

Netherlands Congress Centre, Roof Terrace North Sea Jazz Festival
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in a program about the Festival; an interview with Silje followed by a (recorded) part of the concert that evening was broadcasted
July 16 Stuttgart, Germany Kultur- und Kongresszentrum Liederhalle, Beethovensaal LBBWjazzopen
July 20 Stockholm, Sweden Skeppsholmen Stora Scenen Stockholm Jazz Festival
July 31 Edinburgh, United Kingdom Queen’s Hall Edinburgh International Jazz & Blues Festival
August 3 Trondheim, Norway Borggården Olavfestdagene
August 13 on Norwegian TV (TV2)   appearance with other artists in 'Rock in Rio', for the benefit of Plan
August 14 Haugesund, Norway Festiviteten Sildajazz
August 28 Tromsø, Norway Tromsø Jazzklubb  
August 29 Finnsnes, Norway Kulturhuset
September 1 on Dutch TV (Nederland 3)   in the program NPS Output: part of the concert at the North Sea JazzFestival on July 10. 2004 (If You Love Somebody, This Is Not America, When Judy Falls, Dance Me Love, Tell Me Where You're Going and Be Still My Heart)
September 2 Bodø, Norway Kulturhus  
September 3 Mo i Rana, Norway Ramona
September 4 Vågå, Norway Kulturhus Sansespel festival
September 5 Verdal (Stiklestad), Norway Kulturhuset, Konferansesalen
September 10 Stord, Norway Kulturhuset Jazz- and bluesfestival
September 12 Ringebu, Norway Stavkirke
September 16 Lillesand, Norway Rotunden (Møglestu) LillesandsDa'en
September 18 Moss, Norway Parkteatret
September 21 Lillestrøm, Norway Lillestrøm Kultursenter  
September 22 Drammen, Norway Drammens Teater Aass Jazzfestival
September 25 Lillehammer, Norway Maihaugensalen  
November 5 Ingolstadt, Germany Ambassador Hotel Ingolstädter Jazztage
November 6 Neuwied, Germany Haimathaus Concerthall Jazz Festival Neuwied
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November 8 Freiburg, Germany Konzerthaus
November 9 Leverkusen, Germany Forum Leverkusener Jazztage Woman's Night
November 20-21 London, United Kingdom PizzaExpress Soho Jazz Club London Jazz Festival
November 29 Oslo, Norway Konserthuset, Store Sal photos
December 8 Washington DC, United States HR-57 Center for the Preservation of Jazz & Blues at 1610 14th Street NW
December 9 Washington DC, United States John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts at 2700 F. Street NW, Terrace Theater Norwegian Visions concert; free entrance
December 16 Stavanger, Norway Konserthus Julekonsert (Nå e' det RETT FØR); with Janove Ottesen, Britt Synnøve Johansen and Heine Totland (both hosts for the evening); Band: Knut Aabø (piano), Andreas Bye (drums), John Lilja (bass) og Ole Jørn Myklebust (trumpet); guests: Stian Carstensen (accordeon and banjo) and  Nils Christian Fossdal (vocal);
Heine and Silje did a duet, accompanied by Knut Aabø and John Lilja
December 18 on German TV (3SAT)   recorded fragments from the concert in Leverkusen (November 9).
December 26     Personal: tsunami Thailand