PULS Concert #9: Sounds from the land of the thousand lakes, October 25, Stockholm

OCTOBER 25, 18:30
📍Finlandsinstitutet, Snickarbacken 4, Stockholm (map)
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Concert #9 in Audiorama and EAU’s PULS project is curated by Alejandro Montes de Oca, who will present works from the community of the Sibelius Academy, University of the Arts Helsinki, Finland.

Alejandro Montes de Oca

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For this special occasion EAU, Audiorama, Finnish Institute in Stockholm and SEAMS joined forces in order to bring very fresh and new acousmatic works from the community of the Centre for Music and Technology of the Sibelius Academy, University of the Arts Helsinki. A selection of pieces from young composers will be diffused over a multichannel sound system specially configure for this occasion. This concert aims to bring to the public fresh acousmatic music as well as captivate the audience with sounds from the land of the thousand lakes.

PROGRAMME:

  • Martin Recker, “Vent”
  • Sanne Saajos, “In memoriam”
  • Ruben Kotkamp, “by a thousand cuts”
  • Goda Marija Gužauskaitė, “Towards the Tone”
  • Andreas Kühn, “Aus Dem Eis / Out Of Ice”
  • Tytti Arola, “Touko”
  • Alejandro Montes de Oca, “Acoustic paths”
  • Estelle Schorpp, “Le Rêve du Maneki”

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This PULS concert is presented by Audiorama in collaboration with Electric Audio Unit (EAU), Finlandsinstitutet and SEAMS (Society for Electroacoustic Music in Sweden).

Finlandsinstitutet in Stockholm promotes knowledge of Finnish culture and society in Sweden, to support the culture of Sweden’s Finnish minority and to facilitate cultural exchange between the countries. http://www.finlandsinstitutet.se/sv/

PULS is The Nordic Culture Fund’s four-year music initiative 2017-2021 aiming to strengthen the Nordic live music scene. puls.nordiskkulturfond.org

Watch this page for updates about concerts in the “Puls” series in Stockholm, Bergen, Göteborg and Oslo.

More about Nordisk kulturfond’s “Puls” project

EAU’s “Puls Promoters” project is supported by:

Visby, Gotland: Trond Lossius @ FRST, 25 Januar, 2020

Puls concert #8: “Trond Lossius”, January 25th, 13:30-16:00

Welcome to event #8 in Electric Audio Unit and Audiorama’s PULS project, this time curated by Trond Lossius, who will present an installation and a concert consisting of 3D Ambisonics music and sound art.

The event is part of the FRST mini-festival, taking place at Visby, Gotland in Sweden (lenke til fb-event).

Program concert #8: Trond Lossius, “FRST”:

Saturday, January 25th, there will be an installation 13:30-14:30, and a concert 15:00-16:00. Program:

  • Installation, 13:30-14:30: Andrea Parkins: “Studio Drawing 24-4-19” (for 24 loudspeakers)
  • Concert 15:00-16:00:
    1. Ulf A. S. Holbrook: Tessallation rift
    2. Katt Hernandez: “Vart ska dem ta vägen nu?”
    3. Craig Wells: Mood Swing
    4. Trond Lossius: Edgelands

Watch this page for updates about concerts in the “Puls” series in Stockholm, Bergen, Göteborg and Oslo during winter/spring 2020.

More about Nordisk kulturfond’s “Puls” project

EAU’s “Puls Promoters 2018-2020” project is supported by:

21 August 19.00: “Puls”- concert @ Sentralen, Oslo, curator: Alejandro Montes de Oca (FI)

Puls concert #7, Sentralen, Oslo

Welcome to concert #7 in Electric Audio Unit and Audiorama’s PULS project, this time curated by Alejandro Montes de Oca, who will present works from the community of the Sibelius Academy, University of the Arts Helsinki, Finland.

Program concert #7: Alejandro Montes de Oca

Wednesday 21 August, 19:00 @ Sentralen, Oslo (Forstanderskapssalen), Alejandro presents a program consisting of live diffused electroacoustic works from the following composers:

  • Sanne Saajos
  • Jari Koho
  • Jyrki Rehell
  • Maija Hynninen
  • Mikko H. Haapoja
  • Andreas Kühn
  • Alisa Methuen
  • Joseph Baader
  • Frank Rizzo
  • Tytti Arola
  • Visa Kuoppala
  • Estelle Schorpp

Tickets are available from ticketco.no

Watch this page for updates about concerts in the “Puls” series in Stockholm, Bergen, Göteborg and Oslo during spring/summer 2019.

More about Nordisk kulturfond’s “Puls” project

EAU’s “Puls Promoters 2018-2019” project is supported by: