Upcoming performances 2022

Our concert calendar overflows with amazing world premieres and performances in the upcoming months.

The new music scene is more than ready for a new year filled with live concerts, and luckily there are numerous performances to look forward to in the Edition·S calendar.

We are happy to share with you our catalogue of selected performances taking place January - June 2022 >>

Highlights include...

In January, Christian Winther Christensen and Steingrímur Rohloff are both represented at the upcoming Ultraschall festival in Berlin next week and two works by Bára Gísladóttir are included in the programme of Dark Music Days in  Reykjavík, while Simon Steen-Andersen's Double Up is performed twice by Würzburg Philharmonic Orchestra.  

Bára Gísladóttir. Photo: Juliette Rowland
Bára Gísladóttir. Photo: Juliette Rowland

In February Bára Gísladóttir receives Gladsaxe Music Prize and on that occasion premieres her new work Hringla together with Copenhagen Phil. Also in February, Martin Stauning's Irrenschein for accordion and recorder will be premiered in Odense. 

March brings two different orchestral world premieres by Steingrímur Rohloff as well as the premiere of Line Tjørnhøj's Angest by Randers Chamber Orchestra. The annual PULSAR festival in Copenhagen sets the scene for the Danish premiere of Simon Steen-Andersens major work TRIO performed by the Danish National Symphony Orchestra, the Danish Radio Big Band and the Danish National Concert Choir. The same concert features the world premieres of Marcela Lucatelli's RGBW and Adrianna Kubica-Cypek's Reflection Nebulae and the performance of Evagoras Solias Apokidis' Morphes

Still from Simon Steen-Andersen: <i>TRIO</i>
Still from Simon Steen-Andersen: TRIO

In April a new work by James Black is premiered by SCENATET at SPOR Festival. In May, Aarhus Symphony Orchestra will premiere Allan Gravgaard Madsen's Concerto Grosso with JACK Quartet as soloists, and when we reach June, it is time for the Danish premiere of Simon Steen-Andersen's Walk the Walk and a new work by Mette Nielsen, premiered by the Danish National Vocal Ensemble.

Find all dates, venues, links and more here >>