Ket Iren Lødemel

Ket Iren Lødemel (born 1964) is a Norwegian musician.


(Objekt ID 29566)
Object type Person
Functions Musician
Nationality Norwegian
Gender Female

Ket Iren Lødemel and Per Christian Revholt shared The Hedda Award 2007 in the special artistic achievement category for the music for The Threepenny Opera, produced by The Norwegian Touring Theatre and Teatret Vårt (Our Theatre) in collaboration.

The Hedda Jury gave the following reason:

"Some productions not only demand exciting direction, competent actors, innovative stage designers, precise lighting designers and able technicians. An entirely different and very independent group of artists has, in certain cases, definitive significance for the result. This year's winners have several times earlier delighted their audience with unique musicality. This year they again proved that they are confident in style, risk-taking musicians. With an ear for all the nuances of the text, and loyalty towards the playwright and composer this year's winners made The Threepenny Opera an unequivocal musical experience in the best tradition of Brecht.

Per Christian Revholt and Ket Iren Lødemel get the award for musical arrangements and performance of Kurt Weill's music in the production made in collaboration between The Norwegian Touring Theatre and Teatret Vårt (Our Theatre)."

Ket Lødemel also was part of the ensemble of the comedy Ti liv* (Ten lives) by Kjetil Bang-Hansen, produced by The Torshov Theatre. The ensemble was collectively nominated for The Hedda Award 2011 in the category of special artistic achievement.


The Hedda Award

*Not yet translated into English. The title within parentheses is the Norwegian title's literal meaning.