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.
100409, 21:00, Lund Cathedral (Domkyrkan), Lund, Sweden
100411, 11:00, Mariakyrkan, Helsingborg, Sweden
100418, 18:00, St Johannes k:a, Malmö, Sweden
First performance of EAM-piece/Music installation du som gick före oss on Swedish Psalm 74. The performance is a part of the night service ”Creation” using improvised music on texts by Olof Hartman.
The piece is a commission from Lunds Domkyrkoförsamling/Lunds Stift.
100325, 20:00, Skånes Konstförening, Malmö, Sweden
Aestival Solstice for two recorders and tape is performed in a version without carillon at Klubb C-Y:18. Also impro by Klaverdal on laptop on several other pieces.
100208, 19.30, Paladium, Malmö, Sweden
Performance of the performance opera Songs of Insanity in collaboration with singer Lisa Hansson. The opera evolves around insanity among women both during the 1800s and today, using BelCanto operas as well as a diary from a young Schizofrenic woman.
091011, 17:00, Lunds domkyrka (Cathedral in Lund), Lund, Sweden
091017, 17:00, St Johannes k:a, Malmö, Sweden
091018, 16:00, Bräkne-Hoby k:a, Bräkne-Hoby , Sweden
Levande Vatten (Living Water), first performance of the oratory commissioned by the Church of Sweden on the theme of baptism. Lyrics especially written to the piece by acclaimed writer and poet Christine Falkenland.
Performed by the mixed choir Kirsebergs Kammarsångare, girls choirs Körmitz and Karamellerna from Lund Cultural school and Karamellerna from Lunds domkyrka, percussion duo with Johan Westerberg and Christian Ekstedt with Alexander Einarsson conducting.
The commission was also awarded a grant from the Cultural board of the Swedish Church in 2008.
090528, 20.00, Nya Tröls, Malmö
eyes lika flame of fire for soprano recorder and computer is performed again by Annie Lönngren at Klubb C-Y!
090517, 19.00, Classic Lounge at Inkonst, Malmö, Sweden
Johan Westerberg and Per Andreasson perform the piece a home for demons for percussion and computer at the Classic Lounge concert series in Malmö. The piece is written for the unusual very small percussion setup of drum sticks and a piece of wood.
Per Ivarsson (trumpet) and Johan Westerberg (percussion) will also perform the piece and then I saw at the same concert. The two pieces will also be recorded for a future CD release.