101201, 1200, Ålsta Folkhögskola, Sundsvall, Sweden
Tag Archive for electronics
100930, 20:00, Klubb C-Y, Skånes Konstförening, Malmö, Sweden
eyes like a flame of fire for recorder and computer is performed by Annie Lönngren.
100806 and onwards at www.dn.se/remixer
SMPHN rmx, a newly composed remix of Mozart symphony no. 40 by Stefan Klaverdal can be enjoyed at http://www.dn.se/kultur-noje/musik/stefan-klaverdal-loopar-ratt-mozart-1.1149059. Read more about the remix project at DN.se
Also available at youtube.
Some reviews on the new CD Revelations:
Klaverdal writes music that is infectious with spontaneity… the music is light and playful… a music that is bursting with colourful dance effects.
Matti Edén, Sydsvenskan may 2010, Sydsvenskan
… listened to the Revelations-CD on C-Y contemporary with five chamber music pieces by Stefan Klaverdal (*1975): very powerful string quartet!
Walter Ekelin, June 2010
In my ears: Stefan Klaverdal och Tippet Quartet. Very exiting art music that moves in and out of different genres. With power!
Bengt Eriksson, July 2010
On the CD ”Revelations”, the music is in between laptop (electronica) and classical music, the electronics is not overwhelming, but serves as a very personal expression from the composer and the present.
Bengt Eriksson, august 2010, Ystad Allehanda and Trelleborgs Allehanda. Full review can also be read at erikssons kultursidor
100605, midnight, http://whoiskai.com/
England is performed as part of the newest chapter in ”Who is Kai? – the elucian trilogy”, an epic science fiction novel 10 years in the making. read more and listen in to the piece at http://whoiskai.com/ this weekend.
Also read about the work at http://words.elucian.com/!
100517, 18:00, Malmö Academy of Music, Sweden
First performance of the piece One of the seven angels for bass clarinet and computer, the latest of the Revelation pieces (pieces that relate to the book of revelation). It is premièred by Mattias Eklund in his exam on clarinet.
100503, 1930, Pingstkyrkan, Motala, Sweden
First performance of the commission from the University of Linköping: for the love of money. Première with the male choir Lihkören and conductor Hans Lundgren. The piece is built on lyrics by Joshua Norton, or Norton I of the United States of America.