Today, February 25, Stockholm Voices debut album is released with a concert at Jazzclub Fasching. The album has already gotten some great reviews – check them out and follow the group here on their website and on Facebook!
Gunilla’s group Stockholm Voices will release their anticipated debut album “Come Rain or Come Shine” with a release concert at Jazzclub Fasching in Stockholm February 25th. They will also perform concerts at the local jazz clubs in Hässleholm 27/1, Vänersborg 28/1 and Jönköping 29/1. Additional release concerts will also e held in Uppsala 28/2 and Falun 2/3.
Gunilla is a guest teacher at Betel Music institute this November where she will help the students there with a Joni Mitchell-project.
Stockholm Voices has just finished the last recordings of their debut album and the group will be performing a most wanted show at Tyresö Jazz & Blues Club close to Stockholm, Monday November 17, 19.30 at Restaurang Spis & Vin. Tickets are full price 120kr, 100kr for members and free entry for guest under 30yrs!
More info at the facebook-event: https://www.facebook.com/events/516284131836682/
Gunilla will start the night at Jazzclub Fasching with a set of her own music with her band and later she will lead the jam session. Most welcome!
Gunilla Törnfeldt – voc&komp
Daniel Tilling – piano
Efraim Törnfeldt – barytongitarr
Niklas Fernqvist – bas
Gustav Nahlin – trummor
Gunilla will be on the road with her group Stockholm Voices in March in the north of Sweden. The tour dates are as follows:
The calendar is now updated with the time, dates and venues. Welcome to see one of their shows!
Welcome to Glenn Miller Café and share two evenings of joy, singing and swinging music with Gunilla and Stockholm Voices! Show start: 20.00, three sets, 40kr/set.
Address: Brunnsg. 21 A, 111 38 Stockholm
More info and how to book a table: www.glennmiller.com
With great joy Gunilla can finally announce her new project – the jazz vocal quartet Stockholm Voices! A continued collaboration with the pianist and arranger Mikael Skoglund, with inspiration from New York Voices, Manhattan Transfer, Lambert Hendricks & Ross and Singers Unlimited. Their demo was recorded April 14th 2013 and a first sample is now out on Soundcloud and Youtube below!
Gunilla Törnfeldt – soprano, arrangements and artistic director
Maria Winther – alto
Alexander Lövmark – tenor
Jakob Sollevi – baritone
Amanda Sedgwick/Klas Lindqvist – alto saxophone
Mikael Skoglund – piano & arrangements
Svante Söderqvist – double bass
Calle Rasmusson – drums
The fall is inevitably here and it is also time to release one of Gunilla’s upcoming projects. She has started a collaboration with the phenomenal pianist and arranger Mikael Skoglund. Here is a first sample – one of a couple of tunes they recorded in all simplicity last week. Check it out on youtube and don’t forget to like on Facebook!
Welcome back to Gunilla’s homepage this new year 2012. She is currently working on two new exciting projects that you will get to know about some time during this spring. She has also started a blog about her professional life as a musician and teacher. See the blog (only in Swedish) at - gunillatorn.wordpress.com
This Sunday the 30th, Gunilla and her band goes to Vara Concert Hall to perform their tribute to Joni Mitchell. The audience will hear both big hits like Big Yellow Taxi and Both Sides Now, as well as perhaps lesser known but not less fantastic songs by Joni. Stockholm Strings is included in the ten member band and play arrangements written by Gunilla. Please visit these links for more information about the concert and Vara Concert Hall.
Last Saturday, January 22nd, Gunilla was also a guest soloist at the gigantic farewell concert Bosse Grand Final! performed with and in honour of Bo Johansson, who retires as the conductor for Adolf Fredrik’s Girlschoir. As a former member of the choir in 1992-1995, Gunilla was invited together with eight other now professional vocalists in different genres, to each perform a song of their own choice. The night was an acceptionally memorable one with not only the soloist but of course the gigantic choir of 300 girls/women, all former members of the choir, and the now working Adolf Fredrik’s Girlschoir. The Swedish Radio SRP2 recorded and the whole concert will be aired on the 12th of February in P2 Live Klassiskt at 15.00 (CET).