lör 19 nov.|
Sound of Stockholm
Sound of Stockholm is a unique festival collaboration between some of the most prominent organizations of the Stockholm experimental music scene: Fylkingen, FRIM, Konstmusiksystar, Kulturföreningen SEKT, Samtida Musik, and Studio 53.
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19 nov. 2022 16:00 – 20 nov. 2022 01:00
Södermalm, Stadshamnen 26, 116 45 Stockholm, Sweden
Sound of Stockholm is a unique festival collaboration between some of the most prominent organizations of the Stockholm experimental music scene: Fylkingen, FRIM, Konstmusiksystar, Kulturföreningen SEKT, Samtida Musik, and Studio 53. Together they create an international platform, where the Stockholm audience can experience groundbreaking artists of diverse musical fields.
- 16:00 Doors
- 17:00 Astrid SonneAstrid Sonne is a Copenhagen-based composer, producer and viola player. Electronic experiments breathe side by side with baroque approaches, and improvised passages are incorporated into precisely cut compositions with intuitive grace.Her most recent album “outside of your lifetime” was released in September 2021 (Escho). The album consists of 10 tracks appearing like sonic spaces where the individual can disintegrate into a sphere of keys, strings, voice and buttons. Many of the instruments and inputs are processed with great attention to efface their personality, so their origins are never exactly clear. One may follow seamless transitions between oscillating waves and organ work. Other tracks introduce fierce waveforms through heated pulse. All pieces possess their own distinct character, yet remain connected like human relations weaving in and out between each other, placing themselves in something resembling past, present and future simultaneouslyhttps://open.spotify.com/artist/7qiyPneI60DzZmxVxC7689?si=IgRz_zypRoGJYRBaYHXxyw
- 18:30 Sunniva RødlandSunniva Rødland is a classically trained Norwegian harpist with a focus on contemporary music and a creative approach to her instrument. Continuously searching for a broad specter of musical expressions led her to multidisciplinary projects, developing new instruments, exploring the use of electronics and using video, theatre, improvisation and installation.In this concert for harp and electronics, the Norwegian harpist Sunniva Rødand will perform music that is rarely heard from the 1970s, 80s, 90s and up to today.
- 20:00 Mohammad Reza Mortazavi Mohammad was born in 1979 in Isfahan, two months after the revolution in Iran. He has been living in Germany for 20 years as a musician and composer.The diverse sound of tombak and daf has always fascinated Mortazavi. It connects him with an understanding of music and movement that is as multifaceted as it is constantly evolving. His musical ideas transcend traditional techniques and ways of playing both instruments. Mortazavi describes finding a balance between concentration and letting go as the core element of his musical work: a constantly changing movement in which the boundaries of body and mind dissolve into one another. Mortazavi directs his focus exclusively on music, detached from the instrument and national-cultural narratives, in pursuit of the idea of a universal music in which something human connects in a profound way.
- 21:30 Bas bleau
- 22:00 Science Tool
- 22:30 Destination Unknown
- 00:00 Kupalua