170415, 23:30, Limhamn church, Malmö, Sweden
First performance of the new work ”white as snow” commissioned from the Limhamn church in Malmö. The piece is written for fixed media electronics, video and optional instruments and is performed in the Easter Vigil, in the night between Holy Saturday and Easter Day.
It is a unique project leading towards a new way of using new media in church services, as the music is commissioned to enhance the traditional instruments in the church.
20130525, 1800, Vadstena klosterkyrka, Sweden
Rosa Rorans Bonitatem, a new piece for choir and optional computer is premiered. The piece is based on or referring to St. Birgitta especially written to the church (with 7 seconds of reverberation!) and commissioned by the choir Mälarton from Stockholm.
Other pieces by Klaverdal: Hör, rösten från himlen (choir version and version for solo and piano), Klart porlande vatten, När nattens mörker föll. Also live performance by Klaverdal.
20130511, Morup, Falkenberg, Sweden
Jag ville vara en annan, a new piece on lyrics by Per Lagerkvist for Essens:1 and choir is performed in a program with arrangements by Klaverdal of several other classical and popular tunes. Read more here.
Pieces by Klaverdal: Jag ville vara en annan, All is full of love (Björk – arr), O Virtus Sapientiae (Hildegard von Bingen), Misrau Ca (only Essens:1)
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.
20121010-20121020 Sound Installation in Lunds Domkyrka, the Crypt
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 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.
Live readings of the texts will be done
10/10 18:00 Lunds Domkyrka, crypt
20/10 14:00 Lunds Konsthall
20/10 20:00 Lunds Domkyrka, crypt
Event for choir, actors, computer and mass
20/10 22:00 Lunds Domkyrka
120601, 18:00, Den gode herdens kyrka, Helsingborg, Sweden
Vägen framför andra is performed with Ängelholms Vokalensemble and Robert Hallberg (cond.).
120525, 21:00, St Johannes Kyrka, Malmö, Sweden
[Gud?] Eftertänksam musik – en visuell meditation / Thoughtful music – a visual meditation
This is not a concert. It is not a sermon or a play. Perhaps it is a kind of being, or a possibility to receive music and visual scenography in a moment of stillness, reflection and inspiration.The event consists of new music for voice, bass clarinet, organ and computer in combination of visual scenography with video, lights, shadow play and much more.
Concept: Thomas Romlöv and Stefan Klaverdal
Music by Stefan Klaverdal, performed by Mia Hjorth (voice), Natalie Eriksson (bass klarinet), Robert Hallberg (organ) and Stefan Klaverdal (computer)
Visual Scenography and more by Claes Eriksson and Thomas Romlöv
The oratory Levande Vatten for mixed and childrens choir, percussion, organ and computer is published by the Norwegian music publishing house Cantando.
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.