Ingrid Kjosavik works freelance as a singer. Over the past 15 years she has performed at many different events and in a variety of arenas, from church and lounge concerts to project based events. She has portrayed Eva Cassidy on several occasions, and was part of the “Tribute to Motown” show in Sandnes Kulturhus with Glenn Lyse and Anh Vu in the fall of 2009 and spring of 2010.
Ingrid has contributed to several dozen CD recordings both as a soloist and as a backup-singer.
She is a versatile artist, but particularly enjoys the soul/gospel and jazz genres.
Ingrid is very focused on conveying the message in the music, always has a twinkle in her eye, and a great connection with the audience.
When she was finally ready to record a solo album, she gathered a great team. The result is a fantastic soul album, Sweet Freedom (2011) where Ingrid has interpreted songs that originate from different styles of music.
It was decided early on in the recording process that the album should sound “played” and “alive”, and the team has made great efforts to protect the energy of each individual musician. No programming or sampling shortcuts have been made, so the listener is offered real, analogue instruments, strings, and brass, that are all part of giving this album an exciting and exceptional sound.
She did "The Amazing Grace Consert Tour" in South Africa in the Fall 2015 together with three other gospel artists from around the world. Here they had several concerts in Johannesburg and Cape Town.
In November 2015 she had the honor of being the soloist on The Stavanger Symphony Orchestra's annually MovieSoundtrack-concert.
In 2016 she is working on a new album, this time it will be the music closest to her heart: Gospel.