Norwegian composer, guitarist, and keyboard artist Eirik Lie writes a lot of his music for theatre productions and art exhibitions, so his compositions stimulate visions of physical spaces, dramatic action, processions, and internal musings. Lie comes with an comprehensive history composing and executing for jazz, rock and roll, and blues groupings, including Bodega Music group (Norway’s best pupil big music group), Noboens Rockeband (two albums documented in 1976 and 1977), ELVerket (a funk/fusion music group), Milborg Blues Music group, and Baeverfjords Bataljon (a six-piece blues-rock music group). While using the learners’ theater group Studentenes Interne Teater, Rest was composer and orchestra head for several operas and musicals. He was co-founder and composer for the DetLille Musikkteater, constructed the music for WAY TOO MANY Guns, TOO LITTLE Brains, was composer for the prize-winning Petrusjka Teater, as well as the Dutch Theater Clown Lexis, Teater Visuell. He provides written several ratings for video and brief films, and is experienced in music and light design for media installations, like the Trondelag Folkemuseum skiing museum as well as the 112 Par Sko, a 100-calendar year memorial towards the hundred individuals who dropped their lives in a landslide in Verdal. Lie’s 1st recording, 12 Bilder, gathers 12 musical pictures from many of his displays and installations.