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Stratos – Tsunami charity concert

In the wake of the tsunami catastrophe in Southeast Asia in December 2004, the Norwegian Red Cross and other organizations put together a live telethon charity concert to raise funds to support recovery efforts in the affected areas.

Parkteateret

This concert was announced on a-ha.com in early November, and only a few photos are available from the gig.

Payne’s Gray Art

In September 2004, Magne opened an exhibition called ‘Payne’s Gray’, which coincided with the publication of a book by the same name, and an album and tour to support the ‘Past Perfect Future Tense’ album.

Henie-Onstad Kunstsenter

Magne introduced his set at the Henie-Onstad Kunstsenter: ‘Welcome to the most important night of my life.’ The concert coincided with the opening of Magne’s exhibition ‘Payne’s Gray’ and the publication of a book and his first solo album, ‘Past Perfect Future Tense’.

Kunstnernes Hus

Magne was chosen to open the Carnegie Art Awards event with a live performance, during which he premiered three new songs from his forthcoming solo album.

Money tree

Various Norwegian artists participated in a project to decorate a Christmas tree for each day in December leading up to Christmas Eve, in a public space outside Oslo Sentralbanestasjon – Oslo’s main railway station. Magne had the honor of decorating the first tree, on December 1, and used his commission fee to create the decorations.

Dragonfly Hitawards

‘Dragonfly’ performed at HitAwards

Magne was asked to perform his new single ‘Dragonfly’ at the annual HitAwards ceremony in Oslo, after Savoy – who were originally scheduled to perform – could not get out of New York…

HitAwards 2001

Magne was asked to perform his new single ‘Dragonfly’ at the annual HitAwards ceremony in Oslo, after Savoy – who were originally scheduled to perform – could not get out of New York in the aftermath of the September 11 tragedy.

Pincette

Magne was asked by the Posten, Norwegian postal service, to create an artist-stamp for release in February 2011. He was the youngest artist ever to be represented by an official Norwegian stamp.

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