Valkeapää performing in Márkomeannu, Norway on 28 July 2008.
30 December 1968 |
|Genres||Yoik, Traditional, Folk music|
|Occupation(s)||Teacher, musician, writer and artist.|
He won the Sámi Grand Prix (1994, 1995), received the Spellemann award in 2003 (open class) with his debut album, and the Liet Ynternasjonaal award, the international music prize for minority music. He has toured across Norway, including the Nattjazz festival in Bergen, and the Northern Norway music festival Riddu Riđđu in Manndalen, Norway. His work has been considered part of the "third wave" of modern Sami music culture, which he has done much work on, among others Georg Buljo.
- Niko Valkeapää, Duippidit, 2003
- Sierra, Duippidit, 2004
- Birrat birra, Duippidit, 2008
- Gusto, Duippidit, 2012
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- Beginner's Guide to Scandinavia, 3CD-set, Nascente 2011
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- Official website
- A study of Riddu Riddu Festivála and its role as a cultural tool for ethnic revialization Riddu Riddu, Joik or rock-n-roll?
- Music Information Centre Norway; Niko Valkeapää: Niko Valkeapää, Listen to Norway continues with Niko Valkeapää: Niko Valkeapää
- Norway, The Official Site in Japan; Music from Norway, Niko Valkeapaa
- Niko Valkeapää Folkelarm 2008
Sidsel Endresen & Bugge Wesseltoft
|Recipient of the Open class Spellemannprisen
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