"lyrical and virtuosic driven modernism" [Andreas Engström, Nutida Musik]

 

"music that you cannot frame into but it explodes from a new and original source." [Martin Nyström, Dagens Nyheter]"

 

"has its very own voice. What a future promise!" [Björn Gustafsson, Gefle Dagblad]"

 

"deeply rooted into different genres, but he experiments also with 

sound images, playing techniques, improvisation” 

[Erik Wallrup, Svenska Dagbladet]"

 

"very expressive” [Tobias Lund, Sydsvenskan]

ongoing works

Symphony no.2 (commissioned by Kungliga Filharmonikerna/Cathrine Winnes)

3 Hilma-Interludes (commissioned by Norrbotten Neo/Petter Sundkvist)

Piano Concerto (commissioned by David Huang, Christian Karlsen & Norrlandsoperan)

New work for winds (commissioned by Östgötamusiken)

latest news

what’s on

 

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW AT PIANOPODD-HANGOUTS 

A podcast interviewed by Helena Ha-Young Sul, pianist and artistic director of Göteborg Pianofestival with the composer about upcoming events,  philosophy and background stories.

COMPOSER WEEKEND AT KONSERTHUSET, STOCKHOLM NEXT SPRING 2021
This festival showcases within a scope of the past decades in which includes debut work The threat of war, Symphony No. 2 ”Un soir magique/Catharsis” with Cathrine Winnes and  Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra (world premiere on commissioned work) and Three Hilma interludes for chamber ensemble, Songs of dazzling love with Anna Larsson, Jubilate, Worried Souls with Karin Dornbusch, Gävle Symphony Orchestra and Emil Eliasson as conductor Polar Vortex (Symphony no. 1) and Air-Spiral-Light. Salomos sång with Norrbotten Neo, Hannah Holgersson, Jacob Kellermann, Magnus Holmander and Petter Sundkvist.

 

MANY PERFORMANCES CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19 PANDEMIC 

THROUGHOUT THIS SPRING
Unfortunately many concerts have been cancelled and re-scheduled for another dates, up to 9 performances which included Scherzo assurdo with Magnus Holmander, David Huang and Pippi lyfter hästen (4 performances) with the Swedish Radio SO. Health goes first, stay home and safe!

HILMA OPERA IN STOCKHOLM AND NEW YORK
The chamber opera Hilma – an opera about hidden art has been premiered and highly acclaimed by the press in Stockholm at Modern Museum for sold-out audience and then went on a mini-tour to Guggenheim Museum of Modern Art in New York there it was performed as a part of major exhibition with Hilma af Klint.


 2021

 

THREE HILMA-INTERLUDES (world premiere)
SALOMOS SÅNG
SCHERZO ASSURDO
AIR–SPIRAL–LIGHT

April 18 2021 

Hannah Holgersson, soprano
Magnus Holmander, clarinet
Jacob Kellermann, guitar
Norrbotten Neo
Petter Sundkvist


WAVE MOVEMENTS
WORRIED SOULS
THE THREAT OF WAR
SYMPHONY NO.1 ”POLAR VORTEX”

April 16 2021 

Karin Dornbusch, clarinets
Gävle Symphony Orchestra
Emil Eliasson, conductor


 
JUBILATE
SÅNGER OM BLÄNDVIT KÄRLEK
SYMPHONIE NO.2 ”D’UN SOIR MAGIQUE/CATHARSIS” (world premiere)
April 15 & 17 2021 
Anna Larsson, alto
Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra
Cathrine Winnes, conductor
 
JUBILATE
March 26 2021
Malmö Opera Orchestra
Patrik Ringborg

2020

SNÖDROTTNINGEN

November 19 2020 to January 20 2021 (11 shows + 16 school shows)

Kungliga Operan, Stockholm

Gerda Vivianne Holmberg

Kay Wiktor Sundqvist

Snödrottningen Susanna Stern

more info to come…

Childrens choir from Adolf Fredrik

Kungliga Hovkapellet

Cathrine Winnes


 

HILMA: an opera about hidden art 
August  28th 2020
Ekerö Kammarmusikfestival

Live-stream on YouTube
Mette af Klint (Hilma)
Fredrik af Klint

(Rudolf Steiner/Erik)
Alma Adolfsson

(Hermina; recorded)
Victoria Stjerna; violin
Andreas Lavotha; cello
Stefan Lindgren; piano and musical director


 

SCHERZO ASSURDO
March 3 2020 WORLD PREMIÈRE!
Vara Konserthus
Magnus Holmander
David Huang


 

WAVE MOVEMENTS

January 31st 2020 CANADIAN PREMIÈRE!
Winnipeg Cultural Center
Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra
Daniel Raiskin


JUBILATE
January 16th
Malmö Live, Malmö
Norrköping Symphony Orchestra
Domingo Hindoyan

 

2019

JUBILATE
October 10th
De Geerhallen, Norrköping
Norrköping Symphony Orchestra
Leif Segerstam

 

HILMA: an opera about hidden art
for two singers, violin, cello, piano and electronics
November 15th
Nordiska Akvarellmuséet, Skärhamn, Tjörn
Mette af Klint (Hilma)
Fredrik af Klint (Rudolf Steiner/Erik)
Alma Adolfsson (Hermina; recorded)
Victoria Stjerna; violin
Andreas Lavotha; cello
Stefan Lindgren; piano and musical director


 

MEDITATION I FÄRGER (Meditation in colors) WORLD PREMIERE
March 2nd
Domkyrkan, Lund
Robert Bennesh, organ solo
LuKaS (Lunds Kammarsolister)
Benjamin Staern, musical preparation
Johanna Svensson, light design

 

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