Ingrid Bjørnov is a Norwegian singer, songwriter, keyboard player, composer and text writer. Her debut album Første Akt from 1980 with the duo Dollie was awarded Spellemannprisen, and the duo represented Norway in the Eurovision Song Contest 1984. She spent seven years with the musical Which Witch, which premiered in 1987. Among her later musicals is Markus og Julie from 2007, with text by Klaus Hagerup, staged at Trøndelag Teater. Among her books are Ingrid Bjørnovs pianobok from 2005 and Lakse-enka – nødskrik fra en tørrflue from 2007.
About Ingrid Bjornov
Norwegian singer and songwriter who is known for her solo work as well for being a member of the group Dollie. She is also known for her work in musical theater including in the production of Which Witch.
She released her debut album Forste Akt in 1980. She gained further recognition in 1984 when she appeared as a contestant on the Eurovision Song Contest where she represented Norway.
She is known for having won a Spellemannprisen award or Norwegian Grammy Award for her work with the music group Dollie.
She shared a photo with her niece through Instagram in March of 2017.
She is known for having collaborated with fellow Norwegian musician Benny Andersson.
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- Norwegian singer-songwriters
- Norwegian composers
- Musicians from Oslo