Video om Hans-Ole Amossen

Greenlandic music from Nuuk to the Nordics to Spain to South America

The musician and sound wizard Hans-Ole Amossen is the man behind one of Greenland’s most popular concert names, Da Bartali Crew. They have toured the Nordics, Europe and South America and had a myriad of guest performing rappers and singers with them on stage. In 2019, they were nominated for the Nordic Council Music Prize.

NAPA has asked Hans-Ole to tell about his journey through music, which NAPA has helped to support with the Cultural Support Program. Hans-Ole is an example of how an application for the Cultural Support Program has opened up a network which, among other things, led to Da Bartali Crew becoming the Nordic contribution to the festival Días Nórdicos.

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