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Born in Trondheim, Norway 1960.
Studied at the Music Conservatory in Trondheim.

Played with (selection): Masqualero (Arild Andersen, Jon Christensen, Jon Balke, Nils Petter Molvær)1982-1992.
Bo Stief, Rita Marcotulli, Jon Balke, Billy Cobham, Diederik Wissels, Anders Jormin, Lars Danielsson, Jarle Vespestad, Cecilie Nordby, Scandinavian Summit, Jan Gunnar Hoff, Diederik Wissels, Kjetil Bjerkestrand, Kenneth Sivertsen, Juni Dahr, Arild Andersen. Bjørn Alterhaug, Vigleik Storaas, Jon Eberson.

As a leader:

Tore Brunborg project (with Bugge Wesseltoft, Jon Christensen and Anders Jormin).
Tore Brunborg Gravity (with Bugge Wesseltoft, Anders Engen and Lars Danielsson) 2003.
Tore Brunborg Kvartett (with Håvard Wiik, Ingebrigt H. Flaten and Per O. Johansen) 2004-.
Tore Brunborg Trio (with Anders Jormin and Benita Haastrup) 2004-.
Tore Brunborg Kvartett (with Krister Jonsson, Ole Morten Vågan and Audun Kleive) 2006-.

Compositions (selection):

Comissions for:
Vossajazz 1989,
Tanum Church (music for big band, choir and soloists), Musikkflekken Workshop Big Band,
Fossegrimen Orchestra (concert for symphonic orchestra and saxophone), Visjoner, Hender (theatre music)
Venneslandsamlingen( jazz and poetry in the beat tradition)
Oslo Kammerorkester( chamber orchestra and solo saxophone) Visjoner, Markens Grøde (theatre music)
Summartonar, Tutlandante (music for large jazz ensemble)

Compositions for jazz groups a.o

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Albums

 

SkyDive

ukjazz.com
2013

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Scent Of Soil

Vossa Jazz Records
2011

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Blissful Ignorance

Hollywood & Highland Summer Jazz Concert Series
2011

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Album Blissful Ignorance by Tore Brunborg

Blissful Ignorance

Edition Records
2010

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Third Round

ECM Records
2010

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