160112, 19:00, Universität Mozarteum Salzburg
Licht des Nordens. Schwedische Romansen
First performance of the vocal (SSA) trio ”Herre gud vad det är vackert” (lyrics by CJL Almqvist), a commission from Departement für Gesang for this particular concert.
151129, 19:30, Grünewaldssalen, Konserthuset, Stockholm, Sweden
thoughts and reflections is performed by Klas Gagge (vlc) and Kiyo Wada (pi) in a concert devoted to Swedish music.
151127 19:00, Lokalitet, Helmfeltsgatan Malmö, Sweden
Restruction – a collection of remixes, deconstructions and more of well-known music pieces is performed in a live sound-and-video performance during C-Y festival.
The album evocations is nominated for ”Nutida Sound” best contemporary album of the year (2014) by magazine Nutida Musik.
(Nutida Sound is the equivalent of Grammy for Swedish contemporary music)
151028, 1100-1600, City library, Ängelholm, Sweden
Workshop around different ways of constructing melodies open for anyone. Ideas from the ongoing projects Jingelholm and Tiny composition
X, Stockholm and the web
In the project A4 by The Great Learning Orchestra some of my textbased and graphic scores are published in a book as well as on the web. Check out a4-room.com for more.
151025, 15:00, Stadsbiblioteket, Halmstad, Sweden
Den Lilla Vävoperan / The Little Weaving Opera is performed in Halmstad!
More info TBA!
150918, Cable factory, Helsinki, Finland
150919, Sound Art Day II Lava-klubi, Helsinki, Finland
Live performance by Klaverdal connected to the release of the CD MUU for ears 13, featuring pieces by Klaverdal as interpreted by sound artist Petri Kuljuntausta and several other finnsh and swedish artists during Art Fair Suomi and SAD (Sound Art Day) II in Helsinki .
150915, 20:00, Haga church, Gothenburg, Sweden
First performance of commission ”Vem är din medmänniska?” written to Vocal quartet Vox and saxophone quartet Rollin Phones.
Read more and hear preview here
150914-150928, Proud Archivist Gallery, London, UK
Exhibition of the collection ”Closet Music” by Janet Oates, containing several scores by Stefan Klaverdal.
Find it at the Proud Archivist Gallery!