ⓘ Julie Dahle Aagård

                                     

ⓘ Julie Dahle Aagård

Aagård is a graduate singing teacher from the Jazz program at Trondheim Musikkonsevatorium 1997-2002

She has also been active in the art scene, first in her own cabaret, Julie, heilt ålein 1998, later in Lady Arbuthnott at Sunndalsora, Mack & Mabel at "Hedmark Teater" and Havet legg aldri stilt Norveg. She played the Primary Role in the production Piaf 2005 at Det Norske Teatret and in 2010 she was the slave Anna, in the historic play "Håkon og Kark" Korsvikaspillet at Lade in Trondheim.

Her debut solo album Det Klaraste Lyset, produced by Åge Aleksandersen, and premiered at the World Ski Championships 1997 in Trondheim. She also released Goodnight Stranger. She collaborates in the bands "Gutvik 5" Ketil Gutvik, Cannonballs, and Reggae Kings. She was a leading figure in the quintet Subtonic from 2003, where her texts appeared on the album In This House 2004.

In 2002 she performed the songs "Follow Your Heart", "Its Whats Inside That Counts", "The World is Looking Up to You" and "Put It Together" in the Norwegian version of Disneys Cinderella II: Dreams Come True.

For a few years, Aagård has toured with the Trondheim Voices, and in 2009 she released the solo album Stumpin Feet, nominated for Spellemannprisen 2009 in the category Female artist. The debut performance with her own band Julie Dahle Aagård Orchestra was at Jazzfest, the Trondheim Jazz Festival in 2009.

                                     

1. Discography

Solo albums

  • 2009: Stompin Feet Sweet Morning Records
  • 1997: Det Klaraste Lyset Norske Gram
  • 2001: Goodnight Stranger Jo Vestly Produksjon

Collaborations

Within the quintet Subtonic
  • 2004: In This House Aim Records
  • 2006: Oslo Jazzfestival 20 År Oslo Jazzfestival, with various artists "Next Time"