Norwegian singer/pianist Susanna Wallumrød began performing in Norway in 2000 as Susanna & the Marvelous Orchestra with keyboardist Morten Qvenild. The duo’s exclusive mixture of atmospheric jazz, rock and roll, and electronica spawned Set of Lamps and Buoys (2004) and Melody Hill (2006). Susanna released her debut single album, the peaceful, all-original ambient pop collection Sonata Blend Dwarf Cosmos, within the Rune Grammofon label in 2007, accompanied by an all-new mixture of addresses and originals (Blossom of Bad) in 2008. The next 12 months, Susanna & the Marvelous Orchestra’s recording 3 arrived, offering function by Wildbirds & Peacedrums’ Mariam Wallentin and Susanna’s sibling, drummer Fredrik Wallumrød. She added to Giovanna Pessi’s 2011 ECM recording If Grief Could Wait around, while Susanna’s third single album, Wild Puppy — which presented contributions from users of Arcade Open fire and Bonnie “Prince” Billy’s music group — found its way to 2012. The next 12 months, she teamed with Outfit neoN for The Forester, a couple of chamber folk tunes released via her personal SusannaSonata imprint. Susanna collaborated with Jenny Hval on 2015’s acclaimed Meshes of Tone of voice, pursuing it with an EP of Tina Turner and Leonard Cohen tunes that summer time. For 2016’s ambitious 22-monitor solo recording Triangle, she documented in Oslo and L.A., dealing with users of Norwegian rings including Splashgirl, Supersilent, Moskus and Sudan Dudan in addition to American serves like Helen Cash as well as the Cairo Gang.