Etikettarkiv: book of revelation

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.

Ser du Människa? – music event and mass for choir, actors and computer

20121020, 22:00, Lunds Domkyrka, Lund, Sweden

Ser du människa?”  is not only a concert. It is neither only a service or a play. It is perhaps a state of being, where you are invited to meditate.
Based on texts from the Book of Revelations, Olof Hartman, and Arne H Lindgren this event explores ways of relating to text, sounds, music and space  within the context of the church, containing a choir, actors, computer, and a mass.

Choir: Saxenborn Singers, Conductor: Joachim Saxenborn, Actors: Kerstin Andersson, Matthias Thorbjörnsson, Priest: Lena Sjöstrand, Computer: Stefan Klaverdal

The event is a part of  a larger project including a sound installation and readings of the texts.  This event occurs as part of the Lund International Choral Festival and readings of the texts in relation to the installation.

Open workspace at Inter Arts Center, Malmö

Open workspace at Inter Arts Center, Malmö
120317, 12.00-16.00, Inter Arts Center, Malmö, Sweden

Composer and sound artist Stefan Klaverdal is working in public with an interactive sound installation. The main project is called ”Text, Sound and Space,” and is exploring various ways of spaces and interactions, between audience and sound, text, and space, art and community, and many more.

The current version or work in progress is taking the form of a sound installation. It is based on texts by Olof Hartman and excerpts from the book of revelation. It will be possible to interact with the texts by moving in space or singing in a microphone.

The finished work will be shown in various forms during autumn 2012. The largest version will include actors Kerstin Andersson and Per Löfberg as well as the choir Saxenborn singers and will be premiered during Lund International Choral Festival in the Cathedral of Lund.

The workspace is open 120317 between 12-16 at Inter Arts Center
Open other times at request.

Find Inter Arts Center here.

First performance of The Sound I Heard

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.

eyes like a flame of fire in Berlin

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.

Read more here or here