The hovering, mournful and beautiful intensity of Danish composer Bent Sørensen’s music is compelling.
“Henning is not a member of Fluxus. He is Fluxus” wrote Bjørn Nørgaard in 1987, about Henning Christiansen, who died in 2008. Nørgaard and Christiansen worked together closely for many years, their most famous work being “Hesteofringen” (The Horse Sacrifice) from 1970.
Throughout the last 30 years, Jan Sneum has energised the Danish music scene with his enthusiastic radio shows at the Danish Radio.
Throughout the 1970s and ’80s, Glyptoteket’s Winter Garden played host to some of the earliest electronic music concerts in Denmark, organised by, amongst others, the omnipresent composer Fuzzy.
”Dress over and skip to the movie theatre. Don’t piss on the subway tracks stopping the train. PLAN AGAINST LONELINESS. Don’t piss on stage singing your national anthem. Undress if you like. Lick cream. Drink cognac. Be amplified. Perform unidentified scores. Invite your neighbours.”
Josefine Cronholm’s musical universe covers a wide spectrum of colours from jazz to improvisation’s most far-reaching nooks and crannies. She has twice won a Danish Grammy and is hailed as this year’s Swedish jazz artist.
Thousands of recorded samples are the basis for the crooked, harmonic, abrupt and lo-fi sounding melodic structures that give drummer Kristian Mondrup’s project Kala-OK its character. At Wundergrund, Kala-OK will morph itself into a duo, with John De Lira on synths.
With his background in the groundbreaking Sheffield techno scene of the 1990s, DJ and multidisciplinary artist Mark Fell has through a number of decades been a key player in the development of the British electronic music scene.
Surprises tend to come one after the other in Rasmus Zwicki’s universe, and there will most certainly be suprises when he opens the floodgates for a world that speaks to all the senses.
The New Spring, Christina Von Bülow Michala Østergaard, Jan Kaspersen & Peter Uhrbrand Bastian Kallesøe made his debut as a solo artist early in 2011 under the moniker The New Spring.
Hotplates, ice cubes and hand-held mixers won’t only be used in kitchens tonight, but also on stage at this concert, where the phenomenal percussionist Ying-Hsueh Chen brings food and music together in what guaranties to be a lively union.