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HOT CLUB DE NORVEGE / JON LARSEN
Biography

Hot Club De Norvege
Biography

1979 - Hot Club de Norvège formed by three childhood friends - Per Frydenlund (g / vocal), Jon Larsen (g), and Svein Aarbostad (b / poetry): Django music, traditional jazz, surrealistic poetry and happenings in small clubs and in the streets.
1980 - Violinist Ivar Brodahl (1928-2003) completes the quartet. Record their first LP String Swing, and establish the Djangofestival in Norway. Jon, Per and Svein study music with the Romanian pianist / arranger Christian Colan for one year. Meet Raphael Faÿs.
1981 - Concerts at the Molde Jazz Festival.
1982 - Hot Club Records established, presenting the new LP Old, New, Borrowed & Blue, with instant success. First concerts abroad at Pori Jazz, Finland, and Tanta til Beate with Lillebjørn Nilsen win the Norwegian Grammy; Spellemannprisen.
1983 - Participate on the jazz punk project Løver & Tigre and the CD Grrr… The Norwegian NRK TV produces short musical intermission films with HCdN, which are shown repeatedly on the single TV channel in Norway at the time. Concert with Al Casey (g).
1984 - Participate on the 50th anniversary concert for Hot Club de France at Theatre Musical de Paris, together with Stéphane Grappelli, Didier Lockwood, etc. The new LP Gloomy is a breakthrough in France and they meet Matelo Ferret, Boulou Ferré, etc.
1985 - Finn Hauge (hca / vn) replaces Ivar Brodahl, who retires. Start playing with Angelo Debarre (g) at La Roue Fleurie, in Paris.
1986 - Swing de Paris becomes the first Norwegian jazz album on CD.
1987 - TV appearances and touring in Norway. Concert with Howard Alden (g).
1988 - The Vintage Guitar Series is launched by Jon Larsen, starting off with the reissue of the recordings of Robert Normann (g), Matelo Ferret (g), and Baro Ferret (g) on CD.
1989 - Breakthrough for the Djangofestival in Norway with the debut CD presentation of Angelo Debarre (g). Touring with saxophonist Jon Gordon.
1990 - Playing with Stochelo Rosenberg (g) at the presentation of his debut CD Seresta (produced by Jon Larsen).
1991 - Touring in the Baltic countries in the poetry crusade arranged by the poet Axel Jensen. Touring with Angelo Debarre.
1992 - La Roue Fleurie - the first recording with Finn Hauge, featuring Angelo Debarre. First long tour around in Japan, CD recording with Tokyo Hot Club Band.
1993 - First recording with Jimmy Rosenberg (13), The Rosenberg Suite on the CD Swinging With Jimmy. The Composers Union (NOPA) awarded the music "the work of the year". Concerts with Robin Nolan (g), Reinier Voet (g), and Romane (g).
1994 - Record A Portrait Of Django in Paris, featuring many French musicians. Final concert with Stéphane Grappelli (released on CD) in Oslo, and touring in Finland. Concerts with Philip Catherine (g) at Oslo Jazzfestival.
1995 - Concerts and recording with the acclaimed Vertavo String Quartet, a complete new repertoire composed and arranged for the two quartets plus Ulf Wakenius (g). Nominated for the local Grammy.
1996 - Participate on the Norwegian folk singer Øystein Sunde’s CD Du må’kke komma her! Concerts with Tcha Limberger (g / voc), Babik Reinhardt (g) and Juanito (g).
1997 - Extensive touring in Sweden. Concert at the Django Festival in Samois, and recording session in Paris with Babik Reinhardt (g), Romane (g), Jimmy Rosenberg (g) and John Jorgenson (g): Hot Shots. Jon Larsen meets Oscar Alemàn’s family, Argentina.
1998 - Recording and touring with Moreno and Angelo Debarre: the CD Moreno. Concerts with the Argentineans Riccardo Pellican (g) and Walter Malosetti (g), touring with Jimmy Rosenberg.
1999 - Extensive touring in Sweden, Norway and the Netherlands with Jimmy Rosenberg, jazz cruice in the Caribbean, concert with Jesper Thielo (sax).
2000 - Concerts with René Maihles (g), Robin Nolan and Opus 4 in Oslo and Barcelona. First recording with Ola Kvernberg (vn), also featuring Jimmy Rosenberg, big success with the CD. Concerts with Andreas Petterson (g), Rodolphe Raffalli (g), etc.
2001 - Recording the CD Angelo Is Back In Town featuring Angelo Debarre and Ola Kvernberg together.
2002 - White Night Stories, the world’s first symphonic gypsy jazz concert is presented on tour and recorded featuring Ola Kvernberg and Tromsø Symphony Orchestra. Various concerts with Angelo Debarre (g), Romane (g) and Nigel Kennedy (vn).
2003 - Concerts with Stian Carstensen (acc), and new recordings with Jimmy Rosenberg: Django’s Tiger. Touring with the Camelia String Quartet and Andreas Öberg (g).
2004 - Hot Cats In Concert becomes Norway’s first jazz DVD, featuring the Camelia Quartet. Tours with Jimmy Rosenberg and Ola Kvernberg. Recording the CD A Stranger In Town featuring Bjørn Vidar Solli on guitar and vocal.
2005 - World première on the Django Symphonie with Stochelo Rosenberg. Recordings with Biel Ballester (g) and Camelia String Quartet.
2006 - Musique Noir featuring Florin Nicolescu commissioned for the Django Festival in Norway. Booking requests for Europe, Russia and USA. Recording plans for a bigband production + a new quartet album. Tours with Marian Petrescu, Angelo Debarre and Stian Carstensen.
2007 - Booking requests from several chamber orchestras, and symphony orchestras in Norway, Sweden, Finland and France. Bookings for USA, Japan, etc .

JON LARSEN
Biography

1959 - Born 7 January at Jar, near Oslo, Norway. At an early age attracted to drawing/painting and rockhunting in the mountains.
1972 - Starts to play the guitar, but spends most time drawing and painting.
1976 - First solo exhibition of paintings, inspired by Salvador Dalí, followed by annual exhibitions for the next 20 years. First visit to Barcelona. First concerts with the trio Clo-Z, music inspired by Zappa, flamenco and jazz.
1977 - One year of private studies of drawing with the Polish maestro Ryzard Warsinski.
1978 - First visit to Paris. Moves to Barcelona to paint full time, spend one year with Catalan painters, but at the same time starts to study the music of Django Reinhardt.
1979 - Forms Hot Club de Norvège together with two childhood friends Per Frydenlund (g/vocal) and Svein Aarbostad (b/poetry): Django music, traditional jazz, surrealistic poetry and happenings in small clubs and in the streets.
1980 - Hot Club de Norvège records their first LP String Swing, and establishes the Djangofestival in Norway. Jon, Per and Svein study music with the Romanian pianist / arranger Christian Colan for one year, and meet gypsy guitarist Raphael Faÿs.
1981 - First concerts at the Molde Jazz Festival. Meet the pioneer jazz guitarist Robert Normann, and start the work on reissuing his collected recordings, completed 1988.
1982 - Hot Club Records established, presenting the new LP Old, New, Borrowed & Blue, with instant success. First concerts abroad at Pori Jazz, Finland, and Tanta til Beate with Lillebjørn Nilsen/HCdN win the Norwegian Grammy; Spellemannprisen.
1983 - Participate on the jazz punk project Løver & Tigre and the CD Grrr… The Norwegian NRK TV produces short musical intermission films with HCdN, which are shown repeatedly on the single TV channel in Norway at the time. Concert with Al Casey (g).
1984 - Participate on the 50th anniversary concert for Hot Club de France at Theatre Musical de Paris, together with Stéphane Grappelli, Didier Lockwood, etc. The new LP Gloomy is a breakthrough in France, and he meets Matelo Ferret, Boulou Ferré, etc.
1985 - Start playing with Angelo Debarre (g) at La Roue Fleurie, in Paris.
1986 - Swing de Paris becomes the first Norwegian jazz album on CD.
1987 - TV appearances and touring in Norway. Concert with Howard Alden (g). Producing jazz CD’s for Chet Baker, Warne Marsh, the poet Jan Erik Vold, and others.
1988 - The Vintage Guitar Series is launched, starting off with the reissue of the recordings of Robert Normann (g), Matelo Ferret (g), and Baro Ferret (g) on CD, and producing Angelo Debarre’s legendary debut CD Gypsy Guitars.
1989 - Breakthrough for the Djangofestival in Norway with the debut CD presentation of Angelo Debarre (g). Touring with saxophonist Jon Gordon.
1990 - Playing with Stochelo Rosenberg (g) and producing his first CD Seresta.
1991 - Touring in the Baltic countries in the poetry crusade arranged by the poet Axel Jensen. Touring with Angelo Debarre. First solo CD: Superstrings.
1992 - La Roue Fleurie – the first recording with Finn Hauge, featuring Angelo Debarre. First long tour in Japan, CD recording with Tokyo Hot Club Band.
1993 - First recording with Jimmy Rosenberg (13), The Rosenberg Suite on the CD Swinging With Jimmy. The Composers Union (NOPA) awarded the music "the work of the year". Concerts with Robin Nolan (g), Reinier Voet (g), and Romane (g).
1994 - Record A Portrait Of Django in Paris, featuring many French musicians. Final concert with Stéphane Grappelli (released on CD) in Oslo, and touring in Finland. Concerts with Philip Catherine (g) at Oslo Jazzfestival. Marry Barbara Jahn, and meet guitar player Marcelo Matte in Barcelona. New solo CD: Guitaresque.
1995 - Concerts and recording with the acclaimed Vertavo String Quartet, a complete new repertoire composed and arranged for the two quartets plus Ulf Wakenius (g). Nominated for the local Grammy. Breakthrough for Jon Larsen as a composer.
1996 - Concerts with Tcha Limberger (g/voc), Babik Reinhardt (g) and Juanito (g). Daughter Stina born. Participate on Norwegian folk singer Øystein Sunde’s new CD.
1997 - Extensive touring in Sweden. Concerts at the Django Festival in France, and in Buenos Aires, and meets Oscar Alemàn’s family in Argentina. Recording sessions in Paris with Babik Reinhardt (g), Romane (g), Jimmy Rosenberg (g) and John Jorgenson (g): Hot Shots.
1998 - Recording and touring with Moreno and Angelo Debarre: the CD Moreno. Concerts with the Argentineans Riccardo Pellican (g) and Walter Malosetti (g), touring with Jimmy Rosenberg.
1999 - Extensive touring in Sweden, Norway and the Netherlands with Jimmy Rosenberg, jazz cruice in the Caribbean, concert with Jesper Thielo (sax). Daughter Ingrid born.
2000 - Concerts with René Maihles (g), Robin Nolan and Opus 4 in Oslo and Barcelona. First recording with Ola Kvernberg (vn), also featuring Jimmy Rosenberg, big success with the CD. Concerts with Andreas Petterson (g), Rodolphe Raffalli (g), etc.
2001 - Recording the CD Angelo Is Back In Town featuring Angelo Debarre and Ola Kvernberg together.
2002 - Compose White Night Stories, the world’s first symphonic gypsy jazz concert, which is presented on tour and recorded featuring Ola Kvernberg (vn) and Tromsø Symphony Orchestra. Concerts with Angelo Debarre (g), Romane (g) and Nigel Kennedy (vn).
2003 - Concerts with Stian Carstensen (acc), and new recordings with Jimmy Rosenberg: Django’s Tiger. Compose a new concert for the Camelia String Quartet, which is presented on tour. First recordings with Andreas Öberg (g). Begin to study plants.
2004 - Compose Hot Cats In Concert, which becomes Norway’s first jazz DVD, featuring the Camelia Quartet. Tours with Jimmy Rosenberg and Ola Kvernberg. Recording the CD A Stranger In Town featuring Bjørn Vidar Solli on guitar and vocal. New solo CD / concerts: The Next Step, trio with Egil Kapstad (pno) and Hilde Hefte (voc).
2005 - World première on the Django Symphony featuring Stochelo Rosenberg (g) and Florin Nicolescu (vn). Recordings of new compositions with Biel Ballester (g), Camelia String Quartet. Samois-sur-Seine festival with Noé Reinhardt, Andreas Öberg, a.o.
2006 - Commission from the Django festival in Norway: a new concert for Hot Club + string quartet; Musique Noir. Booking requests for Europe, Russia, USA and Japan. Storm Film produces documentary film about Jimmy Rosenberg and Jon Larsen.
2007 - Commision: music for children’s TV; Luna, plus new music inspired by Frank Zappa.

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More info available here:
Photos for the press, more info, etc: www.hotclub.no .
Contact: jon.larsen@chello.no .
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