My piece ‘Terra Incognita’ written for Norrbottens Ungdomssymfoniker will be premiered during their concert on Nov. 12th at 12.00 in Studio Acusticum, Piteå.
The Oct. 1st concert in Helsinki is now available on youtube. My piece ‘Lento’ begins at about 47:50.
Christopher Trapani: Uusi teos neljäsosasävelaskelkitaralle (2016)
Feliz Anne Reyes Macahis: Hibla (2015)
Sebastian Dumitrescu: double pendulum (2015)
Juhani Nuorvala: Ruoikkohuhuilu (2014)
Björn Sikström: Lento (2015)
Itzam Zapata: Oscillated Kaleidoscope (2015)
Charles van Hemelryck: Notre part d´or et d´ombre (2015)
My piece ‘Lento’ for microtonal ensemble will be played by MikroEnsemble at a concert in Helsinkki on Oct. 1st, the concert will also be streamed online.
More info can be found here:
Mine and Lisa Stenbergs piece Tetraphonia will be played in Luleå on tuesday April 19th. The ensemble will consist of Katarina Widell, recorder, Robert Ek, clarinet, Kim Hellgren viola and Lisa Stenberg on electronics. Check out Kluster’s website for more info regarding time, venue and tickets!
This winter I will be doing a project together with Norrbottens Ungdomssymfoniker which is a youth orchestra that I used to play with in my teens. The project revolves around ideas and impressions on playing in the orchestra that the members have and will eventually result in a new piece that I will compose based on the ideas of the youths. This project will be funded by Norrbottens Läns Landsting and Föreningen Svenska Tonsättare.
I’ve composed a piece for MikroEnsemble as part of a workshop on microtonal music that I will attend in early October. The piece i called ‘Lento’ and is written for 24-tone chromatic instruments (flute, clarinet, guitar, piano, acoordion) and regular violin and cello. The workshop will be held in Kuopio, Finland at this years International PASImusic Festival.
If you happen to be around, ‘Lento’ will be played on Oct. 4th at 15.00 in the Chamber Music Hall at the Kuopio Music Centre.
My participation in this event is kindly funded by Konstnärsnämnden.
The Kompfest festival got some nice reviews (although quite brief) by both national and regional newpapers. Contemporary music magazine Nutida musik wrote a more substantial review and commentary on the festival, in which Tetraphonia got a short but sweet mention.
Tetraphonia also got played at a concert in Härnösand, hosted by contemporary music society Nymus, on May the 12th. That concert also got a nice review.