Elisabeth Mørland Nesset Drummer and Percussionist
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Elisabeth Mørland Nesset is a Drummer and Percussionist from Oslo, Norway.
She has worked with artists like Hanne Kolstø, Carina Frantzen, Frøkedal&Familien, Queendom, Adam Douglas, Frida Ånnevik, Erik Lukashaugen, Elise Nærø and Amund Maarud. She has contributed in different theatre productions at Det norske teatret (Antigone), Nationalteatret, Oslo Nye Teater and Agder teater. She also works together with contemporary dancer Marianne Kjærsund in their duo project KjærNe Duo, and the extended version of this project; Groove, where she contributes as musical director and composer.
She is also a member of the band Du og jeg og vi 2-3-4 and member and co-funder og the bluesrock band Phone Joan. In both bands she contributes as musician, arranger og songwriter.
She teaches drums at School of music and performing arts in Oslo and Sande/Holmestrand. She has previously taught drums at NLA University College (Høgskolen i Staffeldtsgate) and University of Agder, where she also finished her master degree in 2009 with her theses "Ableton Live for D(r)ummies".
March 21, we were scheduled to premiere at Den kaukasiske krittringen (Bertolt Brecht) at Nationaltheatret. We were really close. But unfortunately it was canceled/postponed due to the Corona pandemic. Still hope that we will get the chance to show you one day.
Premiere nov 15.th! Tickets here Foto: Nationaltheatret
So excited for this extended version of my duo with Marianne Kjærsund (KjærNe Duo)! Residence at Kråkeslottet and premiere Aug 14th at Breidablikk samfunnshus at the extraordinary island of Senja.
Check it out here: https://www.facebook.com/groovedanseforestilling/
Artwork: Katja Henriksen Schia
Had the pleasure of joining Adam Douglas on his tour this summer! Great fun!
Wow! We nailed it! Composer Alf Lund Godbolt, Light Designer Norunn Standal, Sound Designer Vibeke Blydt-Hansen and myself got Heddaprisen 2018 for best audio-visual design on Antigone. Greek Tragedy to the people! 🙂
February 2017 KjærNe Duo got the chance to work at the beautiful museum of Grønsvik Fort in Stokkvågen/Lurøy. We loved it! Here’s a snippet of an improvisation we did. Enjoy!