Tour in Germany

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The psalm trio, which nowadays looks more like a quartet featuring the fabulous singer Louise Lövmo just completed a tour in Ostholstein of northern Germany. The group two concerts in Eutin and also in Burg auf Fehmarn and Niendorf/Ostsee. We were very well received by the audiences and very well taken care of by our hosts in Kirchenkreis Ostholstein. We hope to be back again!

November tour with Wood Songs Trio

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The trio will be touring Sweden in mid-november. Here follows the dates and venues:

15/11 BrÖtz, Göteborg

16/11 Ölands Folkhögskola, Ölands Skogsby

18/11 Nybro Konsertförening, Kristallen Nybro

19/11 Kafé DeLuxe, Växjö

Hope to see you around!


“Tribute to Dave Brubeck”

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Together with alto player Jan Ottosson, basist Ola Petersson and drum wizard Adam Ross, Olof Lövmo has formed a group celebrating the Music of the late pianist and Composer Dave Brubeck. The first show at Jazzklubben Nyckel 20/2 was a veritable success and we will now perform secondly in St. Johanneskyrkan in Kalmar 18/3 kl.18.30.

Review from Nordische Musik

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“A kind of Beauty, alike that of a clear autumn morning when you walk out the door and feel prepared to Think clear and wise thoughts. Please give us more soon, Mr Lövmo!

A very good Review from the german Magazine Nordische Musik. Read it here!

Photo: Fredrik Stoltz

Photo: Fredrik Stoltz

Review from Swedish Magazine Dagen

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“Olof Lövmo Trio is like a mix between Jan Johansson and Eric Satie but it still has its own character. Wistful, exciting and full of improvisation!… Bandleader Lövmo has a dazzling technique and the hallmark of the trio is tastefullness and a catchy playfulness.” (Peter Stolpestad, Dagen)

Here is Another great Review from the Swedish Magazine Dagen. Click here to read the entire review

Photo:Michael Weilandt


Review from Hungary

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After the last piece has ended, Lövmos melancholy still remains ringing in the listeners ears. The group has various expressions within the jazz idiom but the Music has a certain Scandinavian character, an inner glow, and the nearness of the nature is Always present”   (Mihaly Czekus, Hifipiac)

A fine Review from Hungarian Hifi-Magazine Hifipiac. If you have difficulty understanding hungarian (at least I had..) you can try Google Translate, it’s not perfect(understatement) but it can give you a hint… Read more