November 1; Galleri 21, Rådmansgatan 5, Malmö
Sound art, improvisation, composition and the stuff in between.
Urban music action with four trumpets. Newly written music by Alessandro Perini and Jonatan Sersam With Ars Nova Ensemble // Trumpet Quartet
After her appearence last year with her performance of Stockhausen's "Solo", Agata Tuchołka will join Francesco Del Nero and Jonatan Sersam for a concert at Galleri 21. In the program also two pieces selected from the festival's Call For Music. At the end of the concert, stay with us for a live set by Erik Högström!
We at SOUND SPACES invited Carlo Siega directly from Belgium for an evening with new music for electric guitar. In the program, "Trash TV Trance", a piece by Fausto Romitelli which is a milestone in the contemporary repertoire of electric guitarists.
Join us for an evening with the living legend of Swedish percussion Jonny Axelsson. This concert, in collaboration with FST - Föreningen Svenska Tonsättare, features works by Swedish composers as well as pieces from SOUND SPACES's Call for Music.
Alessandro Perini plays high-impact music by Mathias Kristersson a.k.a.Noise Against Fascism as well as historical milestones of Swedish electroacustic music by Åke Hodell, former fighter pilot and later antimilitarist poet and artist. The music is diffused live on a 24-speakers acousmonium.
Caroline Profanter, born 1985 in Bolzano (I), works in the fields of electroacoustic and acousmatic music as a composer and performer, with a focus on imaginary soundscapes and sonic narratives.
We are thrilled to give Carte Blanche to one of the most important electroacoustic music personalities of the last decade. Awarded with the Karl-Sczuka-Preis (2005), the Phonurgia Nova Prize (2006 & 2016), the Villa Aurora grant (2010) and the Rosenberg Prize (2011) to name a few, Hanna Hartman presents a program of three pieces written in the last three years.
Urban music action with four trumpets. Pass by the entrance of Konsthall Malmö and something will happen. Newly written music by Alessandro Perini and Jonatan Sersam