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Anders Jormin Wins Grammis

News: Feb 25, 2016


The prize for best folk/traditional album was won by Anders Jormin, Lena Willemark and Karin Nakagawa, for "Trees of Light". Jormin is an internationally acclaimed double bass player and professor of improvisation at the Academy for Music and Drama.

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