141011, Textilmuseet, Borås, Sweden
Metallotråd, a collaborative exploring project with artist Leif Homstrand and cellist Stefan Moberg is performed in a mix between a troll, yarn, metal, cello, computer, video noise, drones and sensors during the festival Textile Sounds.
141010, 1230, Textilmuseet, Borås, Sweden
Den Lilla Vävoperan is performed as part of the festival Textile Sounds in Borås.
141001 19:00, Hanaholmen Culture Center, Helsingfors/Helsinki, Finland
Opening night for the interactive sound installation Ser du människa? (Human do you see?) at Galleri Tove, Hanaholmen. Exhbition in collaboration with Christel Hansson and Lena Sjöstrand (Lunds Domkyrka).
Exhibition open 1 october 2014 until 6 january 2015.
During the opening: Release of a version for CD, a text/sound composition with the same name. Cover art by and in collaboration with Christel Hansson.
Host for www.elektronmusikhack.com. Compose and listen to musik. A composing hack. DIWO.
The new CD evocations is out! Listen in your streaming service of choice. Read more at www.dynamik.se
140831, Salongen, Helsingborg
Metallotråd, a collaborative exploring project with artist Leif Homstrand and cellist Stefan Moberg is performed in a mix between a troll, yarn, metal, cello, computer, video noise, drones and sensors at Salongen.
140829, 1800, Malmö Music Academy, Malmö, Sweden
Performance of (parts of) Rytmikon for unspecified ensemble – as part of the introduction for new students to the Music Academy 2014. The piece is choreographed by eurythmics professor Ann-Krestin Vernersson.
140708-140712, different locations in Bergslagen, Sweden
Bergslagen symphony orchestra has nominated Stefan Klaverdal as Composer of the Year! A number of chamber music pieces by Klaverdal will be performed during the festival week, finishing with the premiere of a newly written concerto for laptop and orchestra.
9/7 Ulrika K:a Ludvika: England
10/7 Norrbäke K:a: The Sacred Family, Concensus Music, Liten Statymusik
12/7 Cassels konserthus: To trace the forests wild (orchestral piece), premiere
140712, Tokyo, Japan
Resonate – a reconstruction of fragments from Beethoven Sonate op. 27 performed by Kiyo Wada (piano) during a festival for Swedish music hosted by the japanese Friends of Stenhammar in Tokyo, Japan.