Photo: Anne Sandner
Ejnar Kanding is internationally known for composing music which unites electronic and acoustic sound. For the upcoming performance of his piece 'Berge des Urleids' for violin and electronics, an extra layer of technology is added: The performance by Raina Arnett is live streamed. The performance takes place in Rochester, New York at the Eastman School of Music on Saturday, February 16th at 7 pm (Eastern Standard Time) and you can join from your own screen anywhere with this link.
On Monday, February 18th the renowned German new music ensemble, Ensemble Adapter, will perform a concert at the Royal Danish Academy of Music presenting four Danish composers. Included in the program is Kanding's 'Stillstehen 1-5' which is dedicated to Ensemble Adapter. The first four movements have been performed before, but the performance of 'Stillstehen 5' is the world premiere.
Read more about the concert here.
Additional performances in the near future include a performance of the piece Transparent Mosaic (2018) op Ensemble Valeik in Geneve on March 9th, Mosaico 1 (2013) performed in Roskilde by Toke Møldrup and Yaron Kohlberg at the newly established Tidløs Festival and a May performance in New York City where ACME String Quartet performs Obscure Transparence.