Musician for your event

Do you need a proper orchersta to entertain your event. Stonemountain orchestra has a nice sound and professional musician, and they have been playing for several years around in Sweden and Åland.

Projectleader/Producent Oliwer Stenberg

master/mix Sebastian Öster, Jesper Österberg

Film / redigering / gradeing / gjengi  Eden Yusof-Ioannidis, Fanny Danielsson Hanna Welander

Sopran Amanda Ekeberg  / Alternativ Linda Rampeltin
Piano Christoffer Nordenström
Elektrisk gitar Ricki Eiderqvist
Elektrisk Erik Ryding
Trumkit Per Eriksson
Perkusjon Hampus Larsson
Perkusjon AntonHenriksson
Trompet Albin Gustavsson

Alto Janis Miller
Tenor Lovisa Parszyk
Trombone Joel Lindblom
Stagemanagement Wictor Helgesson

The music is inspired of soul/funk/beat sounds and the Orchestra are playing old goodies aswell as popular presens music. The band has been working together for a while and got noticed by media last year when they jumped in to studio each saturday the swedish Eurovision song contest was shown in tv, and SMO released their versions of the new contributions maintime. The musicians way of following the swedish “mello”.


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Actress Ingrid Werner

Management of actors and actresses has come into our agency under 2018. We are working mostly for the Scandinavian market, but we have also been networking on the international base and we have been noticed by professionals worldwide.
Monolog Ingrid Werner

Ingrid Werner is a Norwegian based actor, sometime wig-stylist, accent enthusiast, and clarinet player. She relocated, in the summer of 2016, to Oslo after almost 7 years in the US, where school and life took her from the University of Southern California’s prestigious drama program to the east coast where she graduated with a Master of Fine Arts from
The Institute for Advanced Theatre Training at the American Repertory Theatre/Moscow Art Theatre at
Harvard University.

After graduating Harvard in 2015, Ingrid played Titania in Walden Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream in Central Park, NY and Acton, Massachusetts. During her time in grad school, Ingrid performed the lead, Nastasya Filippova, in Dostoyevsky’s The Idiot directed by Marina Brusnikina (both in Cambridge and in Moscow). She originated the role of Widow in Kim Rosenstock’s BrideWidowHag, understudied Kate Mulligan’s role in Eve Ensler’s OPC on the
American Repertory Theatre main stage, and performed a brilliantly comical Emilia in Paula Vogel’s ’74 feminist,
3-women take on Othello: Desdemona – a Play About a Handkerchief, directed by Melia Bensussen.

From a very young age, Ingrid was imbued with a fiery desire to act and was accepted into the prestigious
Norwegian Conservatory for the Performing Arts for high school. During her time there, she fell in love with the Theatre of the Absurd, Brechtian cabaret, and like most Norwegians: Ibsen. Her final thesis in high school was devising and performing a mashup/remix of Ionesco’s Bald Soprano and Albee’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf.

Being fiercely curious and hungry for knowledge, and to experience the world beyond her hometown, led her to spend her junior year of high school in New Zealand. It was here she perfected her English and
discovered her natural ability with dialects. In addition to her Kiwi accent, she attained a fluent Californian at USC, while keeping up her natural British being a complete anglophile and devouring shows like Vicar of Dibley and AbFab.

Ingrid is fluent in English, Norwegian, Swedish, and most English dialects (including genuine American and British). She is working her way through Russian and French.

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