Etikettarkiv: electronics

Can I die in your arms in Helsingborg

171021, 15:00, Gustav Adolf church, Helsingborg, Sweden

Får jag dö i din famn? (Can I die in your arms?). Concert and discussion around material from film and music project ”Mittemellan” (In-bewteen).

Experience prerecorded interviews and your own thoughts transformed into music in real time with singer Negar Zarassi, composer Stefan Klaverdal and video artist Thomas Romlöv.

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Den Lilla Vävoperan in Göteborg

20121103, 14:00, 16:00, Geigerfestivalen, Cinnober teater, Göteborg (Gothenburg), Sweden

Performance of Den Lilla Vävoperan (The Small Weaving Opera), an opera or performance act on weaving. Dreams, myths, facts and fantasies are woven together with music, sounds, videos and objects. Looms are made into instruments and instruments are made into looms.

More info here!

Den Lilla Vävoperan (The Small Weaving Opera) | Lisa Hansson/Stefan Klaverdal from Stefan Klaverdal on Vimeo.

[Gud?] – thoughtful music in Malmö

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

First performance of Misrau Ca with Essens:1

120318, 1215, Helsingborg Concert Hall, Helsingborg, Sweden

Misrau Ca is premièred by the duo Essens:1 (Ian Peaston and Per Johansson). The piece is composed for electric violin and amplified clarinet with computers and was commissioned by Essens:1 and the Swedish Arts Grants Council during 2011.