Born: July 29, 1986 Primary Instrument: Trombone
Henrik Munkeby Nørstebø (born in Trondheim 29.07.86) is a Norwegian trombonist mainly involved with different types of improvised music, both strictly organized and strictly un-organized.
He currently plays with As deafness increases, Strid/de Heney/Nørstebø, Teknokrat and Nørstebø/Myhr/Järmyr, in addition to duos with a.o. Daniel Lercher (cd release tba), Rasmus Borg (cd release tba) and Nina de Heney
Nørstebø performs as a solo improviser, and have played solo concerts in Oslo, Trondheim, Gothenburg, Stockholm, Copenhagen, Bad Oldesloe, Vienna and Barcelona. The cd “SOLO” was released on the Portuguese label Creative sources summer 2011.
He is a member of the Oslo based new music ensemble “Aksiom“, the freejazzpop-band “Skadedyr“ and the 32 piece “Önczkekvist improvising orchestra“, with members from the Czech republic, Austria and Norway.
In addition, occationally playing with (a.o): Frøydis Dahlø, Finn Loxbo, Petter Wästberg, Kim Aksnes, Naoko Sakata, Tomas Jäderlund, Torstein Lavik Larsen, Moritz Zopf, Bernd Klug, Tryggve Lund, Maria Norseth Garli, Danielle Dahl, Johannes Wakolbinger, Viktor Perdieus, Christian Meaas Svendsen, Joakim Heibø, Andreas Wildhagen, Kjetil Jerve, Dan Peter Sundland, Rosi Rehformen, Lene Grenager, Michael Duch, Anna Högberg, Isabel Sörling.
Nørstebø finished a bachelor degree in music performance (improvisation/jazz)at the Academy of music and drama in Gothenburg spring 2011.