20:00 – 22:00
SOUNDS is an international new music collective comprised of composers and instrumentalists/musicians based in Copenhagen. They focus on the process and relationship between composer and musician and the performance of new works in Copenhagen and abroad.
Esben Nordborg Møller: Trio (2016)
Xavier Bonfill Vila: Interlude #1
Mads Emil Dreyer: Vidder 1 (2016)
Jens Peter Møller: Interlude #2: Etude
Fredrik Sheie: Koan (2015)
Martin Stauning: Coppélia (2015)
Esben Nordborg Møller: Interlude #3
Mads Emil Dreyer: Vidder 3 (2016)
Xavier Bonfill Vila: Interlude #4
Bára Gísladóttir: HAF:köf(n)un (2015)
Ali Badreldin: saxofon
Fei Nie: klaver
Jens Peter Møller: kontrabas/komponist
Kate Curran: stemme
Lauren Wuerth: fløjte
Mathias Klarlund: guitar
Bára Gísladóttir: komponist
Esben Nordborg Møller: komponist
Fredrik Sheie: komponist
Mads Emil Dreyer: komponist
Martin Stauning: komponist
Xavier Bonfill Vila: komponist
ADMISSION: 50 DKK
Esben Nordborg Møller (b. 1985) is a Danish, Copenhagen-based composer, who writes both electronic and acoustic music. His recent artistic interests has been the Noise-aspect of sound and ideas of musical stasis notably in relation to drone-music.
Lauren Wuerth (b. 1992) is an American flutist based in Copenhagen. She is constantly looking to push boundaries within the music world and works interdisciplinary within the arts. Lauren has founded other successful new music ensembles in New York and works regularly with different arts organizations
Andrew Power (b.1993) is a British, Copenhagen based cellist and collaborator. He regularly works with composers on new works and in collaborations with dancers, visual artists and musicians in Copenhagen and in London.
Mathias Klarlund, 26 years old, started playing the guitar at the age of 11. The initial idea was to become a rockstar – but then came reason, and he ended up studying the classical guitar instead. In his time of studying he’s been approaching the established society of professional guitarist, seeking inspiration and knowledge, leading him to a year of full time study with Prof. Marcin Dylla and frequent lessons with Dutch guitarist Izhar Elias and Greek guitarist Alexis Muzurakis. The rockstar idea is still living though, and he’s active in bands such as Prince Pearl and SÆNK, with whom he will tour great parts of europe this coming spring.
Mads Emil Dreyer (b. 1986), composer from Copenhagen, makes music for acoustic and/or electronic instruments, quite often with the notion of open space as a reference point