Hallur Ingólfsson ICELAND
Hallur Ingólfsson is an Icelandic composer and multi-instrumentalist based in Reykjavík. Hallur has written music for over 30 films and TV series and over 60 productions for stage, musicals, theatre and contemporary dance. Hallur is a singer and guitarist in the rock power trio Skepna and a drummer in the funky brass septet Látún. He has toured and released many albums with various bands as well as a solo artist.
Hallur is an active record producer and does a lot of music recordings and sound design for films in his private studio. Hallur has also co-written scripts for films and theatre and has performed as an actor in both mediums. Hallur has been nominated multiple times for his music to both the Icelandic film awards - EDDA awards - and theatre awards - GRIMA awards.
In 2020 Hallur scored both Icelandic blockbusters of the year. The comedies “Síðasta Veiðiferðin” (The Last Fishing Trip) and “Amma Hófí” (Grandma Hófí). Adding raw energy, drive and drama to both films with somewhat nostalgic music inspired by popular music of the 50's, 60's and 70's.