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The first movement Smokey Moon from the suit Four Shadows, world premier 11 November, 2010, at St Peter´s Church, Eaton Square, London performed by Björn Kleiman violin and Sholto Kynoch piano. The complete Four Shadows: 6 November, 2011 at The Forge Venue, London and 17 November, 2011 at St John´s Greenhill, London by the same musicians Björn Kleiman violin och Sholto Kynoch piano.
Recorded by Trio KMW, at the cd named "future classics" (dBCD133) Trio KMW are Ann-Sofi Klingberg piano, Annette Mannheimer violin , Sara Wijk cello The third movement is also performed by Kleiman Piano Trio 27 November 2011 at The Forge Venue, London
First performance: 31 August 2008 at Grönt Ljud... (Green Sound), the Music Day in Hågelby, Stockholm, Sweden. DJ Ylva was also broadcast 5 November 2008 in Swedish Radio, Monitor.
First performance: 16 February 2008 in Borås, Vävarsalen, House of Culture, Sweden by Kerstin Frödin. Crocheted Butterfly was broadcast on DEGEM/ZKM Webradio during the period 25.03.2008 - 04.05.2008 www.degem.de
First performance: 3 April 2008 by Kerstin Frödin, recorder and Jörgen Pettersson, saxophone at Capitol, Stockholm, Sweden. Pas de Deux is released at the cd "Find Space to Develop" (mdw 2012) by Universität für Musik und Darstellende Kunst Wien as 2012 promotion recording (not for sale). Musicians are Karin Kimmeswenger, tenor recorder, Ruth Kerschner, alto saxophone
First performance: 29 June 2007 at Villa San Michele, Capri, Italy. Mika Takehara, marimba and Ludvig Nilsson, vibraphone.
First performance: 11 March 2007 at Musikvalvet, Stockholm by Georg Gulyás. On Tour is dedicated to him.
First performance: 2 December 2006 at Fylkingen, Stockholm, Sweden.
Rampljus was also performed at MADE festival in Umeå, Sweden, 10 May 2008 at VEMS Showcase and at Bourges Le Festival Synthèse 2008 - 38e Festival International des Musique et Créations Electroniques de Bourges, France, 1 June 2008, and at C'est la vie, Madrid, Spain, 28 February 2009.
First performance: 28 October 2006 in the chamber hall, Västerås Concert house, Sweden by Eva Sidén, piano. Pianosolostycke is a transcription of Pianokonsert no.1.
First performance: 19 October 2006 at Stacken, Nalen in Stockholm, Sweden by Mårten Falk and Mats Bergström.
First performance: June 2005 at the festival Elektråpark, Rålambshovsparken in Stockholm, Sweden. Sagobiljetten was also performed in July 2005 at Båstads Chamber Music Festival an outdoor concert at Hovs Hallar and at the Festival for Acousmatic Art: Futura 05 in Crest, France, and in the same year at Vågform in Gävle, Sweden and at Swedish Radio, Monitor in P2. 11 March 2006 it was played at Women in New Music Festival: Voices on the Edge- Listening room project in Californien, USA. The same Listening room project travel to Muziekgebouw in Amsterdam where Sagobiljetten was played 25th June - 4th July 2006. It was also played 30 September 2006 at CoMA Festival, Växjö, Sweden and 18 May 2007 in Umeå, Sweden and 24 May 2007 in Mexico City.
Subtitles: 1. O Vaggerska 2. När Mörkret Omsider Stiger 3. Till Konstfullt Uttänkt List 4. Låt Oron Fly
text: Charles Baudelaire. Swedish translation: Ingvar Björkeson.
First performance: O Vaggerska: 8 March 2003 at Västerås Concert house, the chamber hall, Sweden by Ingrid Sundström (Ingrid Falk) soprano and Patrik Karlsson guitar. The concert was recorded by Swedish Radio P2 for broadcasting 27 May 2003, in the radio program Musikpunktnu.
First performance, När Mörkret Omsider Stiger: 2 June 2003 at Brukskyrkan, Fagersta, Sweden, Ingrid Sundström, soprano and Patrik Karlsson guitar.
First performance, Till Konstfullt Uttänkt List and Låt Oron Fly: 10 July 2003 at Önningeby Museum, Åland, Ingrid Sundström soprano and Mårten Falk guitar. 9 December 2003, Baudelairesånger was performed in it´s entirety in Brukskyrkan, Fagersta, Sweden by Ulrika Nilsson soprano and Patrik Karlsson guitar, in collaboration with Poesi i Bergslagen.
Baudelairesånger: 11 September 2004 at Västerås Concert House by Ulrika Nilsson soprano and Patrik Karlsson guitar.
8 January 2005: Låt oron Fly at Nybrokajen 11 in Stockholm by Ulrika Nilsson soprano and Patrik Karlsson guitar. Till Konstfullt Uttänkt List was also broadcast 2007 by Swedish Radio, Eldorado.
Låt Oron Fly: 25 February 2007 at Fylkingen, in the evening of the eclectric guitar experience, Stockholm by Ingrid Falk soprano and Mårten Falk guitar. Baudelairesånger: 31 August 2008 at Grönt Ljud... (Green Sound), the Music Day in Hågelby, Stockholm, Sweden by Ingrid Falk soprano and Mårten Falk guitar and the next week at Gnesta konstrunda, Axala Skolan, Sweden.
First performance: 31 August 2002 at Nalen, Stockholm, Sweden. Ann Elkjär Hansen flute, Mårten Falk guitar, Catarina Skoog viola and Christian Berg cello. Blue cha-cha is a commissioned project between musicians/composers with support from the Art´s Council.
First performance: 12 May 2001 at Huvudnässkolans aula, Örebro Ungdomssymfoniker, conducted by Anders Nordquist. Terra incognita is a commission by Rikskonserter.
First performance: 11 March 2000 at The festival Höjda Röster, the Culture House, Stockholm, Sweden by Plica Vocalis, conducted by Annika Treborg. The text originates from newspaper headlines about the subject of equality.
Ca va? Ca va! is dedicated to Mårten Falk.
First performance: 28 May and 31 May 1999, Maison de Suéde, Paris, France. Lena Pessot flute and Mårten Falk guitar. 18 July 1999
Ca va? Ca va! was performed at Arvika, Sweden by Eva Nordström flute and Mårten Falk guitar. 25 April 2002 at Hagalunds church by Maria Kristensson flute and Mårten Falk guitar. 3 June 2002 at Fylkingen, Stockholm by Eva Nordström flute and Mårten Falk guitar.
In 8 March 2003 Ca va? Ca va! was performed at Västerås Concert House and recorded by the Swedish Radio, broadcasted 27 May 2003 in the program Musikpunktnu.
17 November 2004 at the Chamber Music Festival Hör upp! (Listen now!), Södra Latin, Stockholm by Kajsa Apel flute and John Martling guitar.
text: Carl Erik af Geijerstam First performance: 13 November 1999 at Uppsala Missionskyrka, Sweden by Allmänna Sången, conducter Cecilia Rydinger Alin. Rännil is a commission from Allmänna Sången. Rännil was performed several times in May-June 2002 in USA and during a nordic tour including Island, Denmark and Sweden with SMSU Concert Chorale, conducted by Dr. Guy B. Webb.
First performance: 26 March 1999 by Royal College of Musics Symfonic Orchestra at KMH, conducted by Joakim Unander.
First performance: In the autumn 2000 by Nordic Chamber Ensemble, Sundsvall, Sweden. The concert name was DanceHitMix, Swedish Radio P2 recorded. Do you mind? is a commission from Sundsvalls Chamber orchestra.
Composed together with Jonas Broberg. First performance: as a part of the installation Elektrofonen, created by Jens Hedman and Christian Hörgren. Elektrofonen was placed at Skeppsbron, Stockholm, during the Water festival 1999.
composed for Musica Vitae, Växjö, Sweden as a collaboration with KMH. First performance: 24 October 1998 by Musica Vitae at Norrtullskolans aula, conducted by Mikael Bartosch. It was also performed in Artisten, Gothenburg, Sweden.
text: Bruno K. Öijer
First performance: 28 May 1998 at the Culture House, Hörsalen, Stockholm, Sweden by musicians from KammarensembleN: Jeffrey Lee violin, Henrik Frendin viola, Åsa Åkerberg cello, Staffan Sjöholm contrabass, Niklas Brommare percussion and Maria Enzell alto voice.
The concert was recorded by Swedish Radio P2. Fyra Sånger was also performed at Nalen, Stockholm the same year. Fyra sånger was submitted to the Nordic Music Days in Copenhagen, Denmark 2004.
3 December 2006, Fyra Sånger was performed by Curious Chamber Player with Maria Mayer, alto voice and conducted by Rei Munakata.
First performance: 9 November 1998 at Nalens grand stage, Stockholm, by the quartet the Peärls Before Swïne Experience (Pärlor för Svin), the musicians at that time were: George Kentros violin, Mats Olofsson cello, Mårten Landström piano, Anders Jonhäll alto flute.
Terra Firma was also performed 8 March and 27 March 2008 at Västerås Concert House by Malin Trast flute, Jan Bülow, piano, Ingrid Lindström, violin and Agneta Ölund, cello.
First performance: 1999 May, 26 in the small hall at the Royal College of Music. Genesis was also played 9 June 2002 at The Rawlamb Show, Stockholm and 18 October 2003, Västerås Concert house.
8 December 2004 at The Culture House, Stockholm at EMS´ 40th anniversary.
First performance: 28 May 1997 at the Royal College of Music by the Royal College of Music Symphonic Orchestra, conducted by Olof Boman.
text: Walujati (Jakarta), in English.
First performance: 20 September 2003 at Emmauskirche, Lausitzer platz, Berlin, Germany by Capella Kreuzberg, conducted by Johannes Rühl.
First performance: 18 October 2003 at Västerås Concert House, by Maria Ingemarsson Berg, piano.
First performance: 2 November 1997 at the Royal College of Music, Stockholm, Sweden by L´Orchestre Moderne.
Musicians: Tadashi Maeda violin, Karin Hansson contrabass, Taavi Kuntu trumpet, Erik Lindblom trombone, Per Einarsson clarinet, Magnus Bagge basoon and Ludvig Nilsson percussion. Conducted by Andreas Hanson.
First performance: 4 June 1996 at Kungliga Myntet, Stockholm with musicians from the Royal College of Music.
Sortie et entrée was composed by request from the conductors Olof Boman and Andreas Hanson for their examination. They shared the conducting!
First performance: 23 February 1996 at the Musical Academy, Stockholm, Sweden by Stockholms Blåsarsymfoniker, conducted by Jonas Dominique. The score is handwritten.
First performance: 12 January 1996 at the Kungliga Myntet, Stockholm by Stockholms Saxofonkvartett. Musicians: Sven Westerberg sopranosaxophone, Jörgen Pettersson altosax, Leif Karlborg tenorsax and Per Hedlund barytonsax.
First performance: 30 May 1996 at the Royal College of Music, Stockholm, Little Hall, Stockholm by Linnékvintetten. Musicians: Bengt Fagerström trumpet, Tryggve Palmquist trumpet, Lennart Stevensson horn, Birgitta Uggla trombone and Roine Hultgren tuba.
Co-composer Iwo Myrin. First performance: the autumn 1995 at Fylkingen during the performance En helkväll med Halvkokt. Iwo Myrin, trombone and Ylva Skog, diffusion.
text: Buddhadeb Bose First performance: 9 November 1995 in Juanita K. Hammonds Hall, Southwest Missouri State University, USA by SMSU Concert Chorale, conducted by Dr. Guy B. Webb. Frogs was also performed during a tour in Europe with concerts in Prag, Bratislava, Wien and Budapest.
First performance: the autumn 1994 by Tora Torslund, trumpet and Jesper Knutsson, trombone at the Royal College of Music, Stockholm. Also performed in 29 March 1995 at Sidney W. Souers Recital Hall, Miami University by Todd Craven, trumpet and Laurie Penpraze, trombone.
XII Breathings for guitar: First performance: 20 April 1995 at the Royal College of Music by Mårten Falk, guitar. XII Breathings for guitar have also been performed 1997 as a duet with Mårten Falk and Vincent Airault at Centre Culturel Suédois, Paris, and 2007 at Nordic Music Days in Norrköping, Sweden by Mårten Falk and Samuel Wigervall, guitars.
First performance: 8 May 1994 at Norrtullskolans aula, Växjö, Sweden by Christoffer Sjögren, trombone.
First performance: 19 October 1992 at College of Music in Örebro by Jonas Pahlsten, trumpet and Ylva Skog, piano.
First performance: 29 September 1992 by the composer at College of Music in Örebro.
First performance: 26 March 1992 at College of Music in Örebro.
I count Vinterpoem as my first composition!
First performance: by the composer and Karin Rosenthal at Hallwyllska Museum as a school concert by KMI (Kommunala Musik Institutet). I think it was the year 1989.