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.
”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.
First performance of the open piece Common Music during Nordic Music Days 2012. The piece is composed for any ensemble of at least 6 people, and performance is made by a large variety of people, from singers to accordionplayers. It is commissioned and composed especially to Nordic Music Days 2012.
First performance of Rytmikon for unspecified ensemble – commissioned by Lund University to the 50-year celebration of the eurythmics class at the Malmö Academy of Music. The piece is choreographed by eurythmics professor Ann-Krestin Vernersson.
Release of ”Classical Masterpieces Remixed” – a CD with 25 classical masterpieces remixed by Swedish artists and composers. The CD starts with my piece SMFN rmx – a remix of Mozarts Symphony 40 (”Great”).
Performance of the commission from the University of Linköping: for the love of money. Première with the male choir Lihkören and conductor Hans Lundgren. The piece is built on lyrics by Joshua Norton, or Norton I of the United States of America.