A harp is much more than a classical instrument; especially in the hands of Sidsel Walstad. She will make you groove, rock, dance, and sometimes even relax. Her previously released singles ‘A New Start’, ‘Feels‘, and ‘Honour‘, received great coverage from national broadcasters, newspapers and live audiences. Now she is due to release her debut album on October 12th. The music is specifically composed for Sidsel, her harp and her two drummers, by great Norwegian songwriters. This debut album will create moments with unique and great atmosphere regardless if you’re at a party, in a yoga studio or at home (all listed events happens frequently). The harps diversity will catch you by surprise. Give it a listen and see how innovative Sidsel’s music is.

Alongside her career as a solo harpist in the Norwegian Radio Orchestra, Sidsel has established her own experimental project, far removed from the classical sound.



Music: Ingrid Kindem
Mix/Production: Eirik-André Rydningen and Ingrid Kindem
Mastering: Morgan Nicolaysen (Propeller)
Photo: Lucky View


Music video, with Rasmus Brøgger

Sidsel Walstad electric harp
Marcus Lewin drums
Arild Torvik percussion

Produced by Hallvard Vaaland
Electric harp recorded in «Paradiset på Løkka» by Hallgrim Bratberg
Drums and percussion recorded in NRK by Øystein Halvorsen
Mixed by Børre Flyen og Hallvard Vaaland.
Mastering: Propeller by Morgan Nicolaysen.
Recording studio: NRK Radio House. 

Music video credits:
Produced by Lucky View
Director: Magnus Norsted
Producer: Christoffer Wæraas Pettersen
Location: Kanonhallen, and Ål in Hallingdal, Norway.

Rasmus Brøgger



Sidsel Walstad electric harp

Music by Hallvard Vaaland
Mixed and produced by Hallvard Vaaland
Mastering by Propeller: Morgan Nicolaysen
Harp recorded by Hallgrim Bratberg

Music video credits:
Video by Lucky View
Location: Oslo Filmstudio, Dagslys

Sigyn Sætereng, Amisha Kumra, Alma Apenteng

New Start

Music by Hallvard Vaaland. Video Lucky View. Marcus Lewin and Arild Torvik drums

Experience the unique sound of KORK harpist Sidsel and her amazing electric harp as she takes us far beyond the classical and traditional. Together with two incredible percussionists, Sidsel kicks off 2018 with a new start, new energy and a brand new single.

Do you know that a harp is so much more than you might imagine? A harp can groove; it can rock, it can push and pull and make you dance. At least that’s what happens when the harp is in the hands of Sidsel Walstad, one of the unique classical harpists in the world. Parallel to her career as solo harpist in Norwegian Radio Orchestra KORK, Sidsel has always run her own projects of a more experimental and playful kind, far removed from the classical sound of the harp.