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
thoughs and reflections is premiered by Kiyo Wada (piano) and Klas Gagge (cello) during a festival for Swedish music hosted by the japanese Friends of Stenhammar in Tokyo, Japan.
the piece was commissioned by Friends of Stenhammar.
Read more here!
Liten Statymusik (Small Statue-music) is released on CD by woodwind trio Cullin Sound in the UK for international distribution. Read more at their webpage!
120129, 16.00, Sparebankens Festsal, Nordlysfestivalen in Tromsø, Norway
First performance of The Sound I heard for flute, guitar and electronics, composed to David Härenstam. Performance with Peter Fridholm. More on the concert here.
111105, Klangwerkstatt, Berlin, Germany
eyes like a flame of fire for recorder and tape/computer performed by Jan Dreyer in Ensemble Progress at Studio 1, Mariannenplatz 2, Berlin as part of the festival Klangwerkstatt.
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111031, 1930, Palladium, Malmö, Sweden
During this concert with ContemporarY Ensemble (CYE) the pieces Drone Music and Delay Music is performed for the first time in this context.
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)
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