Simon Revholt

Simon Revholt is a Norwegian musician, musical arranger and composer. He was educated at Dartington College of Arts, Barratt Due Institute of Music and Norwegian Academy of Music, and has worked as musical director, pianist and composer in a number of productions all over the country.

His work includes A Midsummer Night's DreamJourney to The Christmas Star and Anna Karenina at The National Theatre, All's Well That Ends Well and Anna Karenina at Rogaland Theatre, Les Misérables at The Arctic Theatre (formerly Hålogaland Theatre), A Doll's House at The National Stage and When the Robbers Came to Cardamom Town at The Norwegian Touring Theatre. As a member of the artistic management for the Musikklab (literally: Music Lab) project at The Torshov Theatre, he took part in the Ole Ivars musical En får væra som en er* (One should be how one is), An Enemy of the People, The Brat and Dido + Aeneas."

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


(Objekt ID 34246)
Object type Person
Nationality Norwegian
Gender Male

Simon Revholt and Boya Bøckman were nominated for The Hedda Award 2017 in the best audiovisual design category for their contributions to Orlando at Rogaland Theatre, 2016, composition and video design respectively.

For their work on The Sound of Music, produced by The Arctic Theatre in collaboration with Arctic Philharmonic in 2017, Simon Revholt and Jim-Oddvar Hansen were nominated for The Hedda Award 2018 in the best audiovisual design category for musical direction and sound design respectively.


The Hedda Award,,

The Hedda Award,, 18.06.2018,

Artworks (1)
Title Publiseringsdato Role
Operetten om Mack* (The Operetta about Mack) Script – Composer