"Hot off the press! My new recording of Henrik Strindberg's -"Femte strängen" (The 5th String). The true labyrinth of harmonics! Recorded under the tower of St Stephen's Church, West Ealing, London in July."
- Ruben Zilberstein
Tidsbågar (Time Arches) is a trio for violin, vibraphone and piano that is dedicated to the memory of Anders Loguin. It was composed 2010 for RoMA (Roland Pöntinen, Mats Zetterqvist och Anders Loguin). The commission was funded by The Swedish Art Grants Committee.
There's more on the program: music by Kaija Saariaho, Sciarrino and George Crumb.
Grünewaldsalen, Konserthuset Stockholm
Oct 26, 15:00
24 oktober 2014 kl. 13.00 i Lilla salen, Royal College of Music in Stockholm
Meet composers Ida Lundén and Henrik Strindberg in a conversation about each other's music.
The discussion is led by professor Karin Rehnqvist. Hanna Dahlkvist, violoncello and Karin Hellqvist, violin performs music of the two composers.
Ida Lundén composer
Henrik Strindberg composer
Hanna Dahlkvist violoncello
Karin Hellqvist violin
Moderator Karin Rehnqvist
This is a collaboration between the Royal Academy of Music and the Royal College of Music.
"One child, one teacher, one book and one pen can change the world" - Malala Yousafzsai.
One Child was premiered by the Cikada Ensemble led by Christian Eggen during Sound of Stockholm 2013. Next performance by The New Juilliard Ensemble, conductor Joel Sachs, at Museum of Modern Art in New York, July 2014.
While listening to Daniel Migdal and Jacob Kellermann during our last rehearsal I understood how this piece is the sum of so much of the music and the work that I have done with the violin and the guitar. Both as a young musician playing progressive rock and later as a composer.
Jacob and I have had lots of fun working on the guitar part. DuoKemi is amazing!
Tidsbågar (Time Arches) is a trio for violin, vibraphone and piano that is dedicated to the memory of Anders Loguin. It was composed 2010 for RoMA (Roland Pöntinen, Mats Zetterqvist och Anders Loguin). The commission was funded by The Swedish Art Grants Committee. I am very excited that the amazing Norrbotten NEO now will premiere Tidsbågar dirung the festival Kluster in Luleå, Sep 19.