Johannes Garam Liebig
Johannes comes from Nesodden peninsula outside of Oslo, and studies violin at the Tromsø Conservatory of Music (Musikkonservatoriet).
He had his first violin lessons under the guidance of Igor Rybak – father of Eurovision Song Contest winner Alexander Rybak – at the age of four. He has studied music at the Norwegian University Collegeof music, and is now pursuing a master's degree in musical performance in Tromsø.
His achievements have been noticed by the public, and he received a cultural grant in Ringebu Municipality in 2008 and a scholarship from Ulich Foundation and COOP Nord's Cultural Prize in 2018. He has played with a number of well-known artists and bands such as Ole Paus, Arve Tellefsen, Charlie Siem, Tine Thing Helseth, Alexander Rybak and Cazadores to name a few.
Johannes has a diverse repertoire, and masters all musical genres — everything from classical to pop and flamenco music.
Johannes listens to Stevie Wonder, Earth Wind & Fire, Mezzo Forte and Anomalie, and prefers genres like funk/electronics, 80s music and classical music.