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Review of ”Revelations” in Classical CD Reviews

Classical CD Reviews

Well known writer, journalist and editor Gavin Dixon writes about the CD Revelations:
In common with Tippett, Klaverdal is a composer who constantly wrestles with tradition, yet mixes the new and the old with such fluency that the whole process seems almost intuitive (…) An interesting album with plenty of musical ideas you won’t find anywhere else.
Gavin Dixon

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Review of the CD Revelations on Popbrus

Popbrus, 101005

”But for me… who is not so well versed in contemporary classical music, it feels new and exiting. For if done right it can take the music to unimaginable heights.”
Jakobs musikhörna

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Review of Revelations in DN

Dagens Nyheter, 100929

Swedens largest newspaper, DN (Dagens Nyheter) has reviewed the CD Revelations! The score was 4/5 and the reviewee particularly liked the piece ”and then I saw” which she felt ”in a fun way explores nagging and musical repetition” (Johanna Paulsson, DN)

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New review of the CD Revelations!

Nya Upplagan 049, paper edition page 24. Soon to be published on www.nyaupplagan.se

”… the string quartet makes me think:  this is where great music is made.”
Jan-Erik Zandersson, Nya Upplagan ”Månadens Klassiker” (”Classic of the month”)

regarding The Sacred Family and Revelations

Reviews of the CD ”Revelations”

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