Morten Ristorp Jensen, known professionally as "Rissi", is a Danish-born American producer, composer and musician, as well as co-founder and previous member of Future Animals. He is a co-producer from Backbone Studio, co-founder of Future Animals with Stefan Forrest and best known for international hits like "7 Years" by Lukas Graham, he works with artists such as Patrick Dorgan, TopGunn among others. Besides being one of Lukas Graham's executive producers, he temporarily played keyboard in the band in 2011/2012 due to the previous pianist leaving until they found their present pianist, Kasper Daugaard, but in June 2016, Kasper left Morten became their keyboardist again. He won his first Award, Carl Prisen, in 2013 as Talent of the Year with Lukas Graham alongside his co-songwriters Stefan Forrest, Sebastian Fogh and Lukas Forchhammer. Morten Ristorp was the third most-played Danish musician in 2015. Morten Ristorp Jensen was born in 1986 at Rigshospitalet, Denmark, he grew up in Tårnby with two older siblings.
He attended Løjtegårdsskolen and graduated in 2002 and went to Sankt Annæ Gymnasium on its special Basic Music Program. When he was not attending school, he played saxophone in The Tivoli Boys Guard from 1997 to 2002. After graduating from Sankt Annæ Gymnasium in 2006, he was accepted at Rhythmic Music Conservatory in Copenhagen in 2007. In 2010 he graduated with a BA in music from Rhythmic Music Conservatory on saxophone. Morten Ristorp is co-producer of BackBone Studio and FutureAnimals and musician. Studio albums Singles Nominated by Danish Music Awards as Danish Songwriter of the Year – Koda-Prisen in 2015 for Lukas Graham
Guy Frederick Ecker is a Brazilian American actor better known for his work in telenovelas. Ecker became a household name in Latin America for his portrayal of Sebastián Vallejo in the Colombian telenovela Café, con aroma de mujer. A second Colombian production, Guajira proved successful. In 1998, he moved to Mexico and won his first leading role in a Mexican telenovela, playing opposite Kate del Castillo in the telenovela La Mentira, which became a huge success. Leading roles in Salomé and Heridas de Amor followed. American viewers may be familiar with him through his work on the television show Las Vegas as Detective Luis Perez. Guy Ecker was born in São Paulo, he is the third out of five children of American parents Marion and Bob Ecker, his father was a businessman from Wisconsin, who worked for several multinational companies and, during his childhood, Ecker lived in Colombia and Mexico. As a child, Ecker participated in various plays and talent shows, he moved to the United States to attend college at the University of Texas in Austin.
He earned a degree in International Business. A few years after graduating, he realized. One of his earliest acting jobs included juggling eggs on a McDonald's commercial. On June 24, 2013, it was confirmed that Guy Ecker would star as the protagonist in the Mexican telenovela Por siempre mi amor. In 2015 he starred with Julián Gil in Miller Lite's Rivales ad campaign, he was married to actress Nia Peeples from 1984 to 1986. He has been married to Mexican-American actress Estela Sainz since 2000 and the couple have three children, he has Jon-Michael Ecker, from a previous relationship. He speaks fluent Portuguese and Spanish. 1986: Blood Money aka Dinero Sangre DVD United States 2009: Vidas Cruzadas.... Daniel Guy Ecker on IMDb Vidas Cruzadas - Guy Ecker new Webnovela Guy Ecker's Biography, Official website Miller Lite: Rivales at YouTube
Philharmonics is the first studio album by the Danish singer-songwriter Agnes Obel. It was released on 17 September 2010 by PIAS; the album received positive reviews from both international music critics. Philharmonics peaked at number one in Denmark and Belgium, charted inside the top ten in France and the Netherlands; the album has sold 450,000 copies in Europe. Obel cited Erik Satie as an influence on many of the compositions: "I am a huge fan of his work on silences. I like his uses of repetitive sequences hypnotic; that gives strong pieces and powerful at the same time."According to the singer, "The texts come from the melody, its atmosphere, the piano They speak about the uncertainty of the future and undoubtedly of the feeling of loneliness, but without the anger which, for me, is not a musical engine". Philarmonics's lyrics are simple and allegoric. Philippe Cornet says, "The texts in question sound like metaphors of love, impetuosities of nature or sudden rustles of the city."Philharmonics contains three titles that are purely instrumental: "Falling, Catching", "Louretta" and "Wallflower".
"Just So" was used in a Deutsche Telekom commercial in Germany. Three songs from the album were on the soundtrack of the 2009 film Submarino. "Riverside" was used in the episode "Not Responsible" of Grey's Anatomy and in episode 12 of the second season of Offspring. It was again played in the episode "What Are You Doing Here, Ho-Bag?" from The CW hit series Ringer. The ABC television show Revenge have used two songs from this album in their show. "Avenue" was played in the episode "Trust" and "Riverside" was played in the episode entitled Duplicity. The German Director Markus Thoess used a couple of songs for the documentary "Tod einer Scientologin" -, broadcast in 2012 on NDR and Feb 2013 in ARD, first German Channel. Philharmonics earned positive reviews with, for example, James Skinner from the BBC saying that "the compositions... are slow, sepulchral but not without a sense of singular beauty". In the French cultural magazine Les Inrockuptibles, Johanna Seban speaks about a "disarming purity" and states, "There is, in these melancholic ballads, the clearness and reassuring nobility of bedside discs."In Musicomh, Ben Edgell wrote, "Obel sings with a hushed and tender grace that waxes wistful and serene over yearning cello and piano vignettes.
She's a fey siren, with a dusky, near-whispered vocal that speaks to Ane Brun or Eva Cassidy." The album entered the charts at number four in Denmark on 15 October 2010. On its thirteenth week on the chart, on 7 January 2011, the album rose to number one and spent seven consecutive weeks at number one, it has since been certified six-times platinum by the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry for sales of 120,000 units. Philharmonics peaked at number one in France, it has since been certified platinum by the Syndicat National de l'Édition Phonographique for sales of 100,000 units. It peaked at number one on the Belgian Albums Chart in Wallonia. Philharmonics has since been certified gold by the Belgian Entertainment Association for sales of 10,000 units. In October 2011, it was awarded a diamond certification from the Independent Music Companies Association, which indicated sales in excess of 200,000 copies throughout Europe. All tracks are written by Agnes Obel, except where noted
Bharuch in India, is a district in the southern part of the Gujarat peninsula on the west coast of state of Gujarat with a size and population comparable to that of Greater Boston. The Narmada River outlets into the Gulf of Khambat through its lands and that shipping artery gave inland access to the kingdoms and empires located in the central and northern parts of the sub-continent of India; the city of Bharuch and its surrounds—today's district—has been settled far back into antiquity and was a major shipping building centre and sea port in the important pre-compass coastal trading routes to points West as far back as the days of the Pharaohs, which utilised the regular and predictable Monsoon winds or galleys. Many goods from the Far East were trans-shipped there for the annual monsoon winds making it a terminus for several key land-sea trade routes and Bharuch was known to the Greeks, the various Persian Empires and in the Roman Republic and Empire and other Western centres of civilisation right on through the end of the European Middle Ages.
With the advent of the Age of Discovery, the presence of deep draft sea going shipping it began a long slow decline in importance as it was a bit too far north to be convenient to shipping not confined to keeping within sight of shore. Administratively, it contains the talukas of Bharuch, Hansot, Jhagadia, Netrang and Vagra, it contains the city of Bharuch. According to the 2011 census Bharuch district has a population of 1,551,019 equal to the nation of Gabon or the US state of Hawaii; this gives it a ranking of 321st in India. The district has a population density of 238 inhabitants per square kilometre, its population growth rate over the decade 2001-2011 was 13.14%. Bharuch has a sex ratio of 924 females for every 1000 males, a literacy rate of 83.03%. At the time of the 2011 Census of India, 90.02% of the population in the district spoke Gujarati, 6.97% Hindi, 1.13% Marathi, 0.57% Urdu and 0.41% Bhili as their first language. Abdulahad Malik Cricketer in IPL for Rajasthan Royals. Adam Patel, Baron Patel of Blackburn UK House of Lords.
Ahmed Patel Indian Parliamentarian for the Indian National Congress. Professor Alimuddin Zumla Ennobled multi-award-winning Medic at a prestigious London University. Balwantray Thakore Poet. Born in Bharuch. Notable works-Bhankaar Bhankaar Mhara Sonnet Farooq TV presenter and philanthropist. Ancestral village Hansot. Kanaiyalal Maneklal Munshi Indian independence movement activist, politician and educationist. Born in the city of Bharuch. Munaf Patel Indian pacer of Team India, He a part of world cup winning team India in 2011 under captaincy of M. S Dhoni, he played IPL for Rajasthan Royals in 1st season, Later on he played for Mumbai Indians. Prabodh Dinkarrao Desai, Acting governor of Himachal Pradesh and Chief justice of various High Courts of India Kshitij R. Vyas, Chief Justice of the Bombay High Court Rashid Patel The former Indian left-arm seamer Rashid Patel was from bharuch. Tribhuvandas Luhar Poet. Born in Miyamatar. Kalpasar Tidal Energy Project 3rd Narmada Bridge Vora Samni
Surendra Kumar Surana is the Managing Director and CEO of Compucom Software Limited, Jaipur, listed in National Stock Exchange of India and Bombay Stock Exchange, the Editor-In-Chief of satellite television network, Jan TV. Surendra Kumar Surana was born in Rajasthan. Surana attended the Netarhat Residential School in Bihar and earned his Bachelor of Technology undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering from BITS Pilani. Following graduation from BITS Pilani, Surana has worked in software development and consulting with Bell Atlantic. Compucom profile CITM Board of Governors profile Compucom Board of Directors profile Bloomberg profile Mr. Surana on CNBC TV channel Mr. Surana on CNBC TV channel speaking on QIP Mr. Surana interview on CNBC TV channel Mr. Surana on Doordarshan TV channel in Dharti Dhora Ri morning program