1. Juliana Hodkinson

    Juliana Hodkinson

    Composer

  2. Simon Steen-Andersen

    Simon Steen-Andersen

    Composer

  3. Wood Works

    Wood Works

    Sub-Edition

Latest News

  1. Bára Gísladóttir shortlisted for the Royal Philharmonic Society Awards

    nominations / awards

    Bára Gísladóttir shortlisted for the Royal Philharmonic Society Awards

    The Royal Philharmonic Society Awards celebrates excellence and innovation in classical music. Bára Gísladóttir is nominated for the Chamber-Scale Composition award for her work Animals of your pasture.

  2. Steingrímur Rohloff: Doppelgängerkonzert - World premiere

    general

    Steingrímur Rohloff: Doppelgängerkonzert - World premiere

    On Thursday 2 February, Steingrímur Rohloff's Doppelgängerkonzert written for the Odense Symphony Orchestra and the two violists Rafaell Altino and Lawrence Powers will be premiered.

  3. Juliana Hodkinson: Ready for ecstasy - World premiere

    general

    Juliana Hodkinson: Ready for ecstasy - World premiere

    Juliana Hodkinson's work Ready for Ecstasy is premiered at ECLAT festival on 4 February. The work is based on Ursula Andkjær Olsen’s extended poem My Jewel Box. Juliana Hodkinson translates this into a hyper-polyphonic electroacoustic sound narrative.

Calendar

  1. 2

    February

    Steingrímur Rohloff: Dobbelgängerkonzert

    world premiere

    time19:30

    location Odense Koncerthus, Denmark

    performed by Odense Symphony Orchestra, Lawrence Power, bratsch; Rafaell Altino, bratsch

  2. 3

    February

    Bára Gísladóttir: GROWL POWER

    time20:00

    location Ussachevsky Memorial Festival of Electro Acoustic Music, Pomona College, Cl, United States of America

    performed by Rachel Beetz

  3. 4

    February

    Juliana Hodkinson: Ready for Ecstasy

    world premiere

    time15:00

    location Eclat, Theaterhaus Stuttgart , Germany

    performed by Solo performer: Truike van der Poel. With voices of Neue Vocalsolisten and Ursula Andkjær Olsen

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