Etikettarkiv: concert

Meditative concert in Ängelholm

170406, 11:30 (approx), Lindhaga restaurang, Ängelholm, Sweden

Meditative concert during lunch at the restaurant Lindhaga at the hospital of Ängelholm with music from ”meditations” album and new material specially composed to the hospital.

The concert is part of the work as artist-in-residence at the hospital, being part of the rehab clinic.

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Performance at C-Y FESTIVAL

131123, 15:00 and 19:00, Inter Arts Center, Malmö, Sweden

Performance at C-Y FESTIVAL ”Electro|Beat|Performance” in Malmö. At 1500 with ENM, performance of Delay Music. At 1900 solo performance with RESTRUCTION, a collection of remixes and reconstructions of well-known music, from Mozart to Bryan Adams.

Silent concert in Ängelholm

131101, 11:00-17:00 Biblioteket, Ängelholm, Sweden

At the city library, amidst normal visitors reading books and studying, musicians are playing intense music, but nothing is heard! However, if you wear headphones available at the site or go to a temporary web adress the mystery is revealed. You may even become part of the silent concert even if you are not aware, with microphones and sensors put out in the library.

In collaboration with artists elucian (electric violinist Ian Peaston), Lisa Hansson (opera singer) and the noise band dramaten.

STREAM can be found here!

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[Gud?] – thoughtful music in Ängelholm

111112, 18:00, Ängelholms Kyrka, Ängelholm, 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