Norwegian saxophonist and composer Trygve Seim is most beneficial recognized to English-speaking audiences for his recordings being a sideman and leader in the ECM label. In European countries and Asia his catalog is certainly far more comprehensive and he’s a almost ubiquitous presence in the jazz celebration circuit both in roles. Seim was created in Norway in 1971 and started playing saxophone in 1985 after hearing Jan Garbarek’s Eventyr record. He studied on the famed Trondheim Musikkonservatorium with Edward Vesala and Terje Bjørklund in the first ’90s. In 1991, he and Christian Wallumrød (a fellow pupil) produced the quartet Airamero with bassist Johannes Eick and drummer Per Oddvar Johansen. The saxophonist also became a member of Jon Balke’s huge music group Oslo 13 in 1992. Ultimately, he became among its co-leaders. Airamero released a lone self-titled record in 1994. Through all of those other ’90s, Seim performed on information by Motorpsycho, Jacob Youthful, Squid, and Odd Nordstoga, to mention several. He also co-founded the foundation with Johansen, Øyvind Brække, and Mats Eilertsen, a continuing concern. The saxophonist released his ECM head debut Different Streams in 2001, accompanied by THE FOUNDATION with Different Cikadas (with Brække and Johansen) and Wallumrød’s Sofienberg Variants and Balke’s Magnetic North Orchestra on Kyanos in 2002. Sangam, his following album being a head, was released in 2004. In 2006, the foundation released its self-titled record. Seim became a member of Sinnika Langeland’s “Starflowers” group that season — as do Arve Henriksen and Anders Jormin. Her 2007 record of the same name proclaimed the initial cooperation of a music group that has continuing to tour and record. Seim implemented with two even more collaborative, co-headline albums: Yeraz with accordionist Frodi Haltli premiered in 2008, and Purcor with Andreas Utnem this year 2010. On the following five years he documented with the foundation, and made an appearance on albums by Manu Katche and Arild Andersen, amongst others. 2016 demonstrated prolific for Seim: He added to Iro Haarla’s Ante Lucem, Eilertsen’s Rubicon, and Langeland’s The Magical Forest. Furthermore, his very own Rumi Songs made an appearance in Sept. It provided recordings of his musical configurations of functions by the 13th hundred years poet and mystic sung by mezzo-soprano Tora Augestad. The saxophonist, Haltli, and violin-cellist Svante Henryson supplied accompaniment.