Concerts / projects

Upcoming projects
  • New piece for Ensemble Lemniscate.
  • New piece for Lights Out (piano trio).
  • New solo piece for Jennifer Torrence (percussion), funded by Komponistenes vederlagsfond.
  • New piece for Karin Hellqvist (violin) and Heloisa Amaral (piano), funded by Fond for lyd og bilde.
  • New solo piece for Heloisa Amaral (piano).
  • Collaboration with director/choreographer Ingrid Liavaag, Vilde&Inga and others on the scenic project MELP.
2018
  • 2018: Premiere and performances of new piece for ensemble, performed by Ensemble Lemniscate. Details TBC
  • 2018: Premiere and performances of new piece for piano trio, performed by Lights Out. Details TBC.
2017
  • 2017–12–09: Performance of kopenhagener stille for solo clarinet, performed by Heather Roche in London, Great Britain. Details TBC.
  • 2017–11–14: Performance of wie tau von dem frühgras for 7 instruments by Ensemble contemporain de Montréal at Salle de concert du Conservatoire, Montréal, QC, Canada.
  • 2017–11–07: Premiere of Misantropi IV for soprano, theorbe, baroque violin and baroque cello, and performances of wie tau von dem frühgras for 7 instruments and sfumato for violin and cello, performed by Ensemble neoN at Schafteløkken in Oslo, Norway.
  • 2017–11–06: Performance of wie tau von dem frühgras for 7 instruments by Ensemble contemporain de Montréal at The Roundhouse in Vancouver, Canada, during ISCM World New Music Days 2017.
  • 2017–10–14: Performance of marsyas and apollo by Jonas Olsson at NorrlandsOperan, Umeå, Sweden.
  • 2017-09-17: Premiere of an marsyas and apollo by Jonas Olsson at Utzon Center, Aalborg, Denmark.
Some earlier concerts
2017
    • 2017–08–27: Performance of lago maggiore for solo bass clarinet by Madison Greenstone at Vapaan Taiteen Tila in Helsinki, Finland.
    • 2017–08–25: Performances of fretted with golden fire for solo guitar by Ole Martin Huser-Olsen and lago maggiore for solo bass clarinet by Madison Greenstone at the Vigeland Mausoleum in Oslo, Norway. To buy tickets: https://cucinaonesta.hoopla.no/sales/lagomaggiore
    • 2017–08–24: Premiere of Ingrid Liavaag’s MELP, including music from ghostly light on the tortured face for violin and double bass performed by Vilde&Inga, at Bærum Kunsthall, Bærum, Norway.
    • 2017–08–01 2017: Premiere of nightmares. bonaria for ensemble, performed by Talea Ensemble in New York City, NY. Details TBC.
    • 2017–07-31: Performance of lago maggiore for solo bass clarinet by Madison Greenstone at Scholes Street Studio in New York City, NY.
    • 2017–07–27: Performance of lago maggiore for solo bass clarinet by Madison Greenstone at Silo City in Buffalo, NY.
    • 2017–06–30: Premiere of bird for string quartet, performed by Quatuor Diotima at Centquatre in Paris, France, during ManiFeste.
    • 2017–06–21: Premiere for ghostly light on the tortured face for violin and double bass, performed by Vilde&Inga at Biermannsgården in Oslo, Norway.
    • 2017-04-06: Premiere of lago maggiore for solo bass clarinet, performed by Madison Greenstone at UCSD in San Diego, CA.
    • 2017-02-18: Performance of fretted with golden fire for solo guitar by Zsombor Sidoo at Forum Stadtpark during Impuls Festival in Graz, Austria.
    2016
    • 2016–06–02: Performance of sfumato for violin and cello by Emilie Lidsheim (violin) and Ingvild Sandnes (cello) at Augusta’s in Oslo, Norway.
    • 2016-05-06: Performance of sfumato for violin and cello by Aksiom at Biermannsgården in Oslo, Norway.
    • 2016–04–10: Performance of The center cannot hold for solo accordion by Frode Haltli in Akershus Slottskirke, Oslo, Norway.
    • 2016–03–13: Performance of wuthering heights [résilience 1], oder laufende verhandlungen über die ewigkeit by asamisimasa at KODE 4 in Bergen during Borealis. More info.
    • 2016–03–05: Premiere  of wuthering heights [résilience 1], oder laufende verhandlungen über die ewigkeit by asamisimasa at Caféteatret in Oslo.  Bergen. More info.
2015
  • 2015–11–22: Premiere of respiro for choir and cello, performed by Ensemble 96,  Nina Karlsen (cond.) and Inga Byrkjeland (cello) in Fagerborg kirke, Oslo, Norway.
  • 2015–11–12: Performances of kopenhagener stille for clarinet (by Heather Roche), fretted with golden fire for guitar (by Ole Martin Huser-Olsen) and Misantropi I for violin, guitar and double bass (by Vilde S. Alnæs, Ole Martin Huser-Olsen and Inga M. Aas) at Biermannsgården in Oslo, Norway.
  • 2015–11–07: Performance of fretted with golden fire for guitar by Ole Martin Huser-Olsen at Høstriss Festival at Kulturhuset Gleng in Sarpsborg,, Norway.
  • 2015–09–26: Performance of Misantropi IIIb and some arrangements of J. S. Bach’s Die Kunst der Fuge by Aksiom at Caféteatret, Oslo, Norway.
  • 2015–08–02: Performance of fretted with golden fire for guitar by Ole Martin Huser-Olsen in Lista, Norway. Exact place TBC.
  • 2015–06–05: Premiere of inner for soprano, violin and indian harmonium, performed by Vollen United (Elisabeth Holmertz/Karin Hellqvist/Kenneth Karlsson) at Fabrikken in Oslo, Norway. More info.
  • 2015–05–30: Premiere of hausmusik, performed by Cikada Ensemble in Koncertkirken, Copenhagen, Denmark. More info here and here.
  • 2015–04–18: Performance of veglia, version for flute, saxophone and accordion, performed by Trio Nedrémo in Hiroshima, Japan.
  • 2015–04–14: Performance of veglia, version for flute, saxophone and accordion, performed by Trio Nedrémo in Tokyo, Japan.
  • 2015–03–28: Performance of kopenhagener stille for clarinet, by Madison Greenstone at Eastman School of Music in Rochester, NY.
  • 2015–03–08: Performance of veglia for soprano saxophone, accordion and cello, performed by Stefanos Sokianos, Yngvild Ruud and Marie Louise Lind during the PULSAR festival in Copenhagen, Denmark. More info.
  • 2015–03–05: Premiere of the revised verison of Misantropi IIIb, performed by Scenatet and Rei Munakata during the PULSARfestival in Copenhagen, Denmark. More info here and here.
  • 2015–02–23: Performance of kopenhagener stille for clarinet, by Madison Greenstone at KUG during Impuls Festival in Graz, Austria. More info.
  • 2015–02–23: Premiere of dnb for bass flute, bass koto and shoebox, performed by Katrin Szamatulski, Miyama McQueen-Tokita and Christian Smith at KUG during Impuls Festival in Graz, Austria. More info.
  • 2015–02–21: Premiere of veglia for soprano saxophone, accordion and cello, performed by Tadayoshi Kusakabe, Ghenadie Rotari and Hanna Kölbel at Forum Stadtpark during Impuls Festival in Graz, Austria. More info.
2014
  • 2014–12–17: Premiere of kopenhagener stille for solo clarinet, performed by Heather Roche at the Canadian Music Centre in Vancouver, Canada. More info.
  • 2014–09–30: Premiere of the fretted with golden fire for solo guitar by Ole Martin Huser-Olsen at Unerhörte Musik in Berlin, Germany. More info.
  • 2014–09–15: Pre-premiere of the first movement from fretted with golden fire for solo guitar by Ole Martin Huser-Olsen, at Ny Musikk during the Ultima festival in Oslo, Norway. More info.
  • 2014–08–30: Performance of tierhaft. engelsgleich for ensemble, by Mimitabu at IAC during the UNM festival in Malmö, Sweden. More info.
  • 2014–07–21: Performance of wenn es winter ist, by Andreas Borregaard, Mikkel Sørensen and others at Bornholm, Denmark, during Bornholms Musikfestival. More info.
  • 2014–07–12: Performance of wenn es winter ist, by Andreas Borregaard, Mikkel Sørensen and others at Gjethuset, Frederiksværk, Denmark, during Frederiksværk Musikfestival. More info.
  • 2014–06–26: Second performance of sfumato, by Oda Gihle Hilde (violin) and Ulrikke Henninen (cello) at Galleriet in Sortland, Norway. More info.
  • 2014–06–25: Premiere of sfumato, performed by Oda Gihle Hilde (violin) and Ulrikke Henninen (cello) at The Arts Festival of North Norway (“Festspillene i Nord-Norge) at Galleri NordNorge, Harstad, Norway. More info.
  • 2014–05–23: Performance of Misantropi IIIa at Ambassaden in Aarhus, Denmark, by Aksiom Quartet.
  • 2014–05–22: Performance of Misantropi IIIa at Trondheim Kunsthall in Trondheim, Norway, by Aksiom Quartet.
  • 2014–05–21: Performance of wenn es winter ist, by Andreas Borregaard, Mikkel Sørensen and others at Ny Musikk in Stavanger, Norway. More info.
  • 2014–04–26: Performance of Licht (from Lichtbilder for solo violin) performed by Sara Övinge at Ulefoss Hovedgård during Norsjø Chamber Music Festival, Telemark, Norway. More info.
  • 2014–04–14: wie tau von dem frühgras for 7 instruments, performed by Mimitabu at Koncertkirken in Copenhagen, Denmark. More info.
  • 2014–04–13: wie tau von dem frühgras for 7 instruments, performed by Mimitabu at the Royal Academy of Music, Aarhus, Denmark. More info.
  • 2014–04–05: Premiere of Misantropi IIIb for Aksiom in Grønland kirke, Oslo, Norway. More info.
  • 2014–03–20: Premiere of Blätterwerk for choir, clarinet, accordion and cello, performed by Bergen Domkor in the Bergen Cathedral during the Borealis festival 2014 in Bergen, Norway. More info here and here.
  • 2014–03–09: Danish premiere of wie tau von dem frühgras for ensemble, performed by the DKDM Sinfonietta during the PULSAR festival in Copenhagen, Denmark. More info.
  • 2014–03–06: World premiere of tierhaft. engelsgleich for ensemble, performed by Athelas Sinfonietta during the PULSAR festival in Copenhagen, Denmark. More info.
  • 2014–02–26: Second performance of Misantropi IIIa, by Aksiom Quartet at Biermannsgården in Oslo, Norway. More info.
  • 2014–02–21: World premiere of Misantropi IIIa, performed by Aksiom Quartet at Tou Scene in Stavanger, Norway. More info.
  • 2014–02–09: Zukunft for string quartet, performed by the Chartreuse Quartet at the Green Mill Cocktail Lounge in Chicago, IL, USA.
  • 2014–01–25: Second performance/German premiere of passe – revient for solo accordion and ensemble, performed by Grzegorz Miszczyszyn and ensemble recherche at Morat-Institut, Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany. More info.
  • 2014–01–18: Zukunft for string quartet, performed by the Chartreuse Quartet in Warner Concert Hall at the Oberlin Conservatory, Oberlin, OH, USA.
2013
  • 2013–11–15: wie tau von dem frühgras for 7 instruments, performed by Mimitabu in Gothenburg, Sweden.
  • 2013–11–13: wie tau von dem frühgras for 7 instruments, performed by Mimitabu at Kunstindustremuseet in Oslo, Norway. More info.
  • 2013–11–11: The center cannot hold for solo accordion, performed by Grzegorz Miszczyszyn in Kulturkirken Jakob, Oslo, Norway. More info.
  • 2013–11–11: wie tau von dem frühgras for 7 instruments, performed by Mimitabu in Gävle, Sweden. More info.
  • 2013–10–20: World premiere of wie tau von dem frühgras for 7 instruments, performed by Mimitabu during the Magnet festival in Vara, Sweden. More info.
  • 2013–09–08: Third performance of wenn es winter ist, performed by Andreas Borregaard, Mikkel Sørensen and others in Nordens hus, Torshavn, Faroe Islands.
  • 2013–09–07: Second performance of wenn es winter ist, performed by Andreas Borregaard, Mikkel Sørensen and others in Vágur, Faroe Islands.
  • 2013–09–06: World premiere of wenn es winter ist, performed by Andreas Borregaard, Mikkel Sørensen and others in Miðvágs kirkja, Faroe Islands.
  • 2013–09–06: World premiere of passe – revient for solo accordion and ensemble, performed by Grzegorz Miszczyszyn and ensemble recherche during the Ultima Oslo Contemporary Music Festival 2013 at the Norwegian Academy of Music. More info.
  • 2013–04–17: Canadian premiere of Zukunft for string quartet, performed by the Bozzini Quartet during Salon qb at the Chapelle historique du Bon-Pasteur in Montréal, Canada. More info here and here.
2012
  • 2012–11–23: World premiere of und die findigen tiere merken es schon for ensemble, to be performed by Nouvel Ensemble Moderne at the Université de Montréal (Salle Claude-Champagne) in Montréal, Canada. More info.
  • 2012–11–18: Second performance of Zukunft for string quartet, performed by the Bozzini Quartet at the Bergen Public Library in Bergen, Norway.
  • 2012–09–12: World premiere of Zukunft for string quartet, performed by the Bozzini Quartet at Parkteatret during the Ultima festival in Oslo, Norway. More info.
  • 2012–08–31: Icelandic premiere of points clos / éclats brisés, to be performed by the Siggi string quartet at the UNM festival in Reykjavík, Iceland. More info.
  • 2012–06–20: Exam concert at the Norwegian Academy of Music, Oslo, Norway. Performed pieces include The center cannot hold (solo accordion), points clos / éclats brisés (str. quartet), (trans)paraître (perc. and ens.), Hälfte des Lebens (music box for Friedrich) (soprano and ens.) and Endnotes (str. quartet).
  • 2012–06–12: (trans)paraître for percussion and ensemble performed by Anders Kregnes Hansen and Aksiom at the former’s exam concert at the Norwegian Academy of Music, Oslo, Norway. More info.
  • 2012–05–28: World premiere of Endnotes for string quartet, performed by the Stenhammar Quartet in Uppsala, Sweden.
  • 2012–05–08: The center cannot hold for accordion performed by Grzegorz Miszczyszyn at the Musikkbaren concert series at the Norwegian Academy of Music, Oslo, Norway.
  • 2012–04–25: Polish premiere of The center cannot hold for accordion, performed by Grzegorz Miszczyszyn at Aula Florianka, Kraków, Poland.
  • 2012–03–28: World premiere of (trans)paraître for percussion and ensemble, performed and commissioned by Anders Kregnes Hansen with Aksiom at the Norwegian Academy of Music, Oslo, Norway. More info.
  • 2012–03–23: World premiere of The center cannot hold for accordion, performed and commissioned by Grzegorz Miszczyszyn at the Norwegian Academy of Music, Oslo, Norway.
  • 2012–03–01: points clos / éclats brisés, world premiere of the revised version, performed in The University Aula, Oslo. Norway, during the Vinterlyd festival. More info.
2011
  • 2011–12–04: World premiere of into the rose-garden. breitpinselnegation für orchester, performed by the NMH Symphony Orchestra. The University Aula, Oslo, Norway. More info.
  • 2011–10–06:  Réfractions for solo double bass to be performed by Nikolai Matthews at Ny Musikk’s lunch concert. Ny Musikk, Oslo, Norway. More info.
  • 2011–09–24: Performance of Subdued music for solo cello, performed by Ensemble Modelo 62. IKM, Oslo, Norway. More info.
  • 2011–09–17: Misantropi I for violin, guitar and double bass performed by Aksiom at Exit, the final concert of the Ultima festival. KHiO, Oslo, Norway. More info.
  • 2011–09–13: Irrganger for ensemble performed by Aksiom at the Ultima festival. NMH, Oslo, Norway. More info.
  • 2011–08–28: World premiere of Réfractions for solo double bass, performed and commissioned by Nikolai Matthews. Oslo Musikklærerforening, Oslo, Norway. More info.
  • 2011–08–23: Danish premiere of Irrganger for ensemble, performed by Scenatet conducted by Rei Munakata at the UNM festival. Huset i Magstræde, Copenhagen, Denmark.
  • 2011–08–15: Performance of Irrganger for ensemble by Oslo Sinfonietta conducted by Halldis Rønning at the Oslo Chamber Music Festival. Gamle Logen, Oslo, Norway.
  • 2011–06–21: World premiere of Subdued music for solo cello, performed and commissioned by Sverre Kyvik Bauge. NMH, Oslo, Norway.
  • 2011–05–18: World premiere of points clos / éclats brisés for string quartet, conducted by Ondrej Adamek. Centre Culturel Tchèque, Paris, France.
  • 2011–04–02: World premiere of anti-Eroica, performed by Aksiom at their Radbrekk concert. Caféteateret, Oslo, Norway.
2010
  • 2010–11–12: World premiere of Souffrance for soprano and sinfonietta, performed by Ditte Marie Bræin and the NMH Sinfonietta conducted by Lars-Thomas Holm.
  • 2010–10–02: World premiere of Irrganger, performed by Aksiom at their debut concert. Grønland kirke, Oslo, Norway.
  • 2010–09–23: Finnish premiere of Misantropi I, performed by Karin Hellqvist (violin), Ole Martin Huser-Olsen (guitar) and Inga Margrete Aas (double bass). Sibelius Academy, Helsinki, Finland.
  • 2010–09–10: World premiere of Lichtbilder for solo violin at the Ultima festival, performed and commissioned by Sara Övinge. Museum of Contemporary Art, Oslo, Norway.