Eirik Gjendemsjø Presidential Performer Personified!

Eirik Gjendemsjø
Eirik Gjendemsjø

It has been my privilege over the past couple of years to introduce through this site some amazingly talented young male vocalists and sibling singing groups .  Some of these are just starting out and others are well on their way to a career in the entertainment industry. Today I’m privileged to bring you a young man who is not just an amazing young performer and singer, but an entertainer of King’s and Presidents.

Norway born, Eirik Gjendemsjø is what I call a true Presidential Performer. Eirik was invited to be a feature soloist in the public celebration of His Majesty King Harald’s 70th Birthday and also had the distinguished honor of singing for First Lady Michelle Obama in Oslo during the visit of the American President in 2009 for the Nobel Peace Prize.

In addition to these two notable events, Eirik has participated in the choir for Andrea Bochelli and took part in the choir for Morten Harket and Diana Ross in the Nobel Peace Prize concert in 2007 and 2008, and all of this before his 16th birthday.


Eirik, like many young talented boys, showed an interest in singing at a very young age.  When he was just eight years old he auditioned for the prestigious Silver Boys Choir and was awarded a placement as first soprano.  During his time with the choir, Eirik participated in choir tours, concerts, and made a number of television appearances. His experience gained in  this choir has proven to be a rewarding part of his life, making an everlasting impact on his continuing music career. Continue reading “Eirik Gjendemsjø Presidential Performer Personified!”