Reactions

Trygve Seim’s CD “Different Rivers” awarded The best jazz record of the year, Jahrespreise 2001, from The German Record Critics’ Award, Preis der deutschen Schallplattenkritik

Article about Trygve Seim in The New York Times, March 2001 – “Different Rivers” is melancholy, lonely, hypnotizing music — harder to escape from than to listen to” (Mike Zwerin, The New York Times)

Article about Trygve Seim in the New York based magazine Village Voice, July 2006 – “Trygve Seim is an original—his saxophone playing and writing for larger ensembles leaves no doubt about that”

Review in The Guardian of Trygve Seim’s CD “Different Rivers”“Destined to become one of ECM’s classics” (John Fordham, The Guardian)

Review in The Guardian of Trygve Seim’s CD “Sangam” “His work since the millennium has been remarkable for its exploratory freshness” (John Fordham, The Guardian)

Review in The Guardian of Trygve Seim’s CD “The Source” – “This may be the most creative band at the sharp end of the north European scene” (John Fordham, The Guardian)

Review in The Guardian of Trygve Seim’s CD “Rumi Songs” – “Playful, guileless, accessible jazz” (John Fordham, The Guardian)

Review in The Herald Scotland of Trygve Seim’s CD “Rumi Songs” – “Trygve Seim has a remarkable talent for creating music that gets under the listener’s skin” (Rob Adams The Herald Scotland)

Review in The Santa Barbara Independent of Trygve Seim’s concert at Portland Jazz Festival“one of the west coast’s highest musical events this year” (Josef Woodard, The Santa Barbara Independent)

Leonard Cohen after listening to Trygve Seim’s CD “Rumi Songs”: “Hats off to Trygve”