Groupa - Silent Folk

Nordic soundscapes and meditations. Improvisations and folk songs rooted in tradition.

»It's not a fusion so much as music that sounds to be coming from two traditions - Swedish folk and European jazz - simultaneously. This gives a feeling of complete spontaneity, with flautist Jonas Simonson and fiddler Mats Eden seeming to conjure literally weird and wonderful melodies out of thin air as Terje Isungset adds his inimitable percussive colours with bells, granite blocks, eerie vocalising and improbably virtuosic jew's harp. Isungset's brilliantly impressionistic feature summed up the performance in two words: sheer artistry - and it's not often you'll hear that said about drum solos.«

Rob Adams, The Herald, April 4, 2005


Sat 30 Apr - 14:16
Soon leaving for Canada. See you in Montreal! Festival La Grande Rencontre
Tue 05 Apr - 18:57
Looking forward to the release of the new album in September! Timeline Photos
Tue 15 Mar - 17:33
Studio Timeline Photos
Sun 13 Mar - 19:55
Groupa recordingsessions for new album this week in the amazing Hallibakken studios. Timeline Photos
Fri 05 Feb - 19:28 Groupa går in i det intima
Tue 26 Jan - 20:23
Välkomna på konsert i Lund Groupa på Plektrum i Lund
Tue 26 Jan - 20:22
Groupa på Plektrum i Lund
Tue 19 Jan - 20:00 Klubb Plektrum – Groupa « Mejeriet
Sat 03 Oct - 14:20
Groupa - nordiska musiklandskap
Sat 03 Oct - 14:19
GROUPA - Legends of Swedish folk