Tag Archive for celebration

Composer of the year in Bergslagen

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.

Performances:
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

 

Ser du människa? in Malmö

20121123-20121124, 20:00, Inter Arts Center, Malmö, Sweden

Meditation guided by Per Löfberg. Very limited number of seats. Preregistration via e-mail at stefan AT c-y.se.
This is part of C-Ys interdisciplinary festival, see more here.

4 speakers, 4 distance sensors (IR), computer, specially designed hardware.
The sound is based on recordings of actors Per Löfberg and Kerstin Andersson reading from the Book of Revelations and more. The installation is interactive, meaning that you as audience can change it by your placement in the room.

The installation Ser du människa? in a part of a larger project including a choir piece and mass during Lund International Choral Festival and readings of the texts in relation to the installation.

for the love of money performed at NSSS 2011

110506-110507, Nordisk sångfest, Linköping and Norrköping

for the love of money is performed by Linköpings studentsångarförening Lihkören during Nordic Student Singers’ Summit 2011 in Linköping and Norrköping.

Rexmix of Haydn symphonies 28-42 out

YouTube. Now.

Remix of Haydn symphonies no. 28-42, created to the Haydn celebration in Malmö 2009. This was originally performed live with the other 104 symphonies by Haydn, remixed both for electronics and for chamber orchestra. This video was created very recently. See it here:  PSTNG HDN rmx (or Pasting Haydn 3)

Performance of Celestial Mechanics

091221, 18.00, Kompagnigränd, Malmö, Sweden

Performance of the Carillon piece Celestial Mechanics by carillon player Martin Hasselgren in celebration of winter solstice in Malmö.

First performance of ”He fell to the ground” at Haydn celebration

091118, 1930, Palladium, Malmö, Sweden

First performance of He fell to the ground for chamber orchestra, celebrating Haydn. The piece draws inspiration from Haydns 103rd symphony, and is composed on commission to Malmö Kammarorkester (Malmö Chamber orchestra), conducted by Alexander Einarsson.

In the same concert several electronic pieces will be performed, as well as versions of all 104 symphonies by Haydn.

The concert will also be recorded for later broadcast of Swedish Radio P2

First performance of piece for recorders, carillon and electronics

090621, 20.00, Kompagnigränd, Malmö, Sweden

First performance of Aestival Solstice for two recorders, Carillon and electronics as a part of the concert ”Recorder Bells”. Performance by Annie Lönngren and Ida Höög (recorders) and Martin Hasselgren (carillon).

Choir piece performance in Stockholm

081018, 15:00, S:t Jacobs church, Stockholm, Sweden
Performance of the piece RIT by choirs at the choral celebration concert of conductor Gary Graden.  The internationally renowned choral director has been in the church of S:t Jacob for 25 years, and is celebrated by his choirs.