Interakcja pomiędzy pracami graficznymi, 2 zespołami kameralnymi, 6 solistami, elektroniką przetwarzającą i dyrygentem. Zamówiony nowy utwór "Hidros 9" (2022) jest pogłębioną eksploracją i kontynuacją poprzedniego utworu Hidros o.T. (2019), zamówionego przez NyMusikk Trondheim i będzie dotyczył lustrzanych form i struktur, związanych z pracami wizualnymi Mathiasa Pöschla (AUT).
Zamówiony nowy utwór “Hidros 9” (2022) jest głębszą eksploracją i kontynuacją poprzedniego utworu Hidros o.T. (2019), zamówionego przez NyMusikk Trondheim i będzie dotyczył lustrzanych form i struktur, związanych z pracami wizualnymi Mathiasa Pöschla (AUT).
Kontrolując 3 różne grupy instrumentów (9-osobowy zespół kameralny, grupę solistów i elektronikę), dyrygent będzie mógł wykorzystać 3 różne rodzaje grafiki i modele dyrygowania, dostosowane do konkretnych treści grafiki.
Pierwsza grupa instrumentalna będzie składała się z podwójnie lustrzanego 9-osobowego zespołu z podwójnym ustawieniem: skrzypce, wiolonczela, 2 basy, gitara, perkusja, bęben basowy, organy i fortepian preparowany oraz akordeon. Grupa ta pracuje z różnymi powiązanymi grafikami (1-13) sterowanymi przez dyrygenta. Jeden 9-osobowy zespół z Norwegii (NyMusikk Trondheim) i jeden o podobnym składzie instrumentalnym z Polski (Avant Art Ensemble).
Grupa solowa będzie pracowała z zupełnie innymi źródłami dźwięku i grafiką, stanowiąc równowagę pomiędzy (lustro) dwoma 9-osobowymi zespołami. Wzmocniony saksofon basowy, trąbka, gitara(y) elektryczna(e) i tuba. Soliści będą pracować w różnych konfiguracjach, jak również z utworami solowymi, które wykorzystują dwa lustrzane zespoły jako silnik muzyczny. Soliści będą pracować z całkowicie odmiennymi grafikami (1 – 6), w których będą mogli swobodnie interpretować utwory zgodnie z zasadami kompozytora.
Soliści będą pracować w bezpośredniej interakcji między obrazem/ partyturą a dwoma lustrzanymi zespołami. Kontrolę nad nimi sprawuje i rządzi dyrygent.
Trzecią grupą instrumentalną jest elektronika: gramofony i magnetofony szpulowe. Będą oni pracować z zupełnie inną partyturą graficzną i wykorzystywać źródła dźwięku z poprzedniego utworu Gustafssona/Pöschla: “Hidros o.T. (2019) i przetwarzać te nagrania dźwiękowe na żywo w interakcji z dyrygentem i lustrzanym zespołem, a także z solistami.
Zasady i elementy gry zostaną ustalone przez kompozytora i wykonane na żywo przez dyrygenta w sytuacji INSTANT CONDUCTING, gdzie tempo, dynamika, gęstość i inne parametry muzyczne będą kontrolowane przez wcześniej ustalone zasady dyrygowania.
To, co nada utworowi szczególny kształt, charakter i profil, to spotkanie tradycyjnego instrumentarium i tradycji (zachodnie instrumenty smyczkowe: 4 kontrabasy, 2 wiolonczele, 2 skrzypce) z nową technologią (saksofon basowy ze wzmacniaczem z mikrofonem kontaktowym, gramofony, elektronika i magnetofon) – a wszystko to w natychmiastowej sytuacji dyrygenckiej i współgraniu z interakcjami Solistów.
Wszystkie grafiki będą widoczne na scenie – zarówno dla muzyków, jak i dla publiczności.
Swobodna gra skojarzeniowa między publicznością a artystami.
W Hidros 9 zastosowanych zostanie wiele warstw interakcji i nowych muzycznych perspektyw, form i tarć. Wszystko to w powiązaniu z partyturami graficznymi i pracami austriackiego artysty Mathiasa Pöschla oraz grami i kompozycjami przewodzącymi Matsa Gustafssona.
Solo improviser, often in collaboration with contemporary dance, visual art, poetry and theatre Composer of solo work for saxophone, live electronics and ensemble pieces. Sound Installations.
Commissions by Swedish Concert Institute, Swedish National Radio (P1 & P2), KulturBro 2000, Krakow jazz autumn 2013, Norrlands Operans Symfoniorkester, Now and Forever Space project 2014, Klangforum Wien. Compositions played by Sonic Youth, Nu-ensemblen, Peter Brötzmann Chicago Tentet, Copenhagen Art Ensemble, The Thing, AALY Trio, The End, Trondheim Improvisers Ensemble, Neneh Cherry, NyMusikk TRondheim, FRIM Storband, Trondheim Voices a.o. Curator of festivals; Sounds 89 & 99, Solo -92, Dygn (-95), Open Music – KulturBro 2000, 2002, Wels /unlimited music 2003, Perspectives 2004, Perspectives 2007, Perspectives 2009, Nickelsdorf Konfrontationen 2010…
Curator of Swedish concert Institute’s tour project-series “Frislag” since 2000. Re-started FRIM in 1998 (the association of free improvised music in Sweden). Citizen of Elgaland/ Vargaland (KREV) Started Blue Tower Records with Harald Hult in 1989. Started Crazy Wisdom with Christian Falk and Conny C. Lindström in 1999.
Started Olof Bright Editions with Thomas Millroth in 2000. Started SLOTTET with Conny C Lindström and Maria Eriksson in 2006.
Extensive touring, over 2000 concerts and over 250 recording projects, with music ensembles and solo projects in Scandinavia, Europe, Australia, Africa, South & North America and Asia. Major festivals and clubs/performance theatres/museums in Sweden, Norway, Finland, Denmark, Iceland, Estonia, Lithuania, Lettvia, Russia, Poland, Belarus, Germany, Ukraine, Belgium, Holland, France, England, Scotland, Ireland, Austria, Switzerland, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Greece, Monaco, Slovenia, Turkey, Hungary, Slovakia, Croatia, Macedonia, Serbia, India, China, Japan, Korea, Tasmania, Australia, New Zeeland, USA, Brazil, Canada and Ethiopia.
Colin Stetson was born and raised in Ann Arbor, spent a decade in San Francisco and Brooklyn honing his formidable talents as a horn player, eventually settling in Montreal in 2007.
Over the years he has worked extensively, live and in studio, with a wide range of bands and musicians including Tom Waits, Arcade Fire, Bon Iver, TV On The Radio, Feist, Laurie Anderson, Lou Reed, Bill Laswell, Evan Parker, The Chemical Brothers, Animal Collective, Hamid Drake, LCD Soundsystem, The National, Angelique Kidjo, Fink, and David Gilmore. Meanwhile he has developed an utterly unique voice as a soloist, principally on saxophones and clarinets, his intense technical prowess matched by his exhilarating and emotionally gripping skills as a songwriter.
Stetson’s astounding physical engagement with his instruments (chiefly bass and alto saxophones) produces emotionally rich and polyphonic compositions that transcend expectations of what solo horn playing can sound like.
Stemming from that approach and aesthetic, he has been contributing regularly to the world of film, TV, and game scoring over the past decade with such titles as Hereditary (2018), The First (2018), Red Dead Redemption 2 (2018), Color Out of Space (2019), Barkskins (2020), Mayday (2021), Among The Stars (2021), Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2022), and Uzumaki (2022).
Anders Nyqvist was born in 1977 in Sweden and started playing the trumpet at the age of 10. After graduating from high-school in his home town of Trollhättan, he was offered a scholarship to study music at the Hong Kong Academy of Performing Arts. There, he studied both trumpet and voice, but soon decided on the trumpet as the instrument of his choice.
After three years in Hong Kong, he was awarded a scholarship to continue his studies at the Royal Academy of Music in London.
He became a member of Klangforum Wien in 2004.
For Anders Nyqvist, the opportunity to work with composers, developing new sounds, contributing his experience and being part of the creative process, is an essential ingredient of music making. He has performed internationally both as a soloist and with chamber music ensembles at most of the major festivals and concert venues. As a soloist, he has performed with ensembles and orchestras such as the Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin, Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra, Radio-Symphonieorchester Wien, and Tonkünstler-Orchester Niederösterreich.
Since 2009, he has taught trumpet for the Performance Practice in Contemporary Music degree program, at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Graz; and from 2011 also at the University of Music in Vienna. He also regularly conducts master classes in Europe and Asia.
Numerous pieces have been written especially for him by composers such as Matthias Pintscher, Bernhard Gander, Bernhard Lang, Pierluigi Billone, Nina Šenk, and Roland Freisitzer.
Anders Nyqvist has also participated in a great number of CD, DVD and television productions.
Born as Dieter Kovačič in 1973
Turntablist, hacker, filmmaker, autodidact, composer, collageur, conscientious copyright objector. Since 1997 dieb13 has played hundreds of shows in more than 30 countries as soloist as well as a member of various ensembles. Long-term cooperations with (among others) Billy Roisz, Phil Minton and Mats Gustafsson.
About 65 releases on circa 35 labels.
Music for theater-, dance-, opera-, film- and video-productions, as well as installations and exhibitions.
Founder and operator of the internet platform klingt.org
Curator for festivals and concert series.
Born in 1957 in Skellefteå in the very north of Sweden. Holmlander received his diploma in classical tuba in 1983 at the Royal Academy of Music in Stockholm with Michael Lind as a teacher. Holmlander has always worked simultaneously with improvisation, jazz and rock music as well as classical and contemporary music.
As an improviser Holmlander has worked with – Eje Thelin, Marilyn Crispell, Paul Lovens, Folke Rabe, Phil Minton, Sten Sandell, Sven-Åke Johansson, Gunter Christmann, Kjell Westling, Keith Rowe, Georg Riedel, Position Alpha, The Swedish Radio Jazz Group, Barry Guy New Orchestra, Ken Vandermark – Territory Band & Resonance Ensemble, London Jazz Composers Orchestra, Peter Brötzmann Chicago Tentet, Swedish azz, Fredrik Ljungkvist and his Yun Kan 5 & 10, Fire! Orchestra…..among many many others.
Holmlander works a lot with theatre music, sometimes he plays solo and he regularly works with his own Carliot – It´s never too late Orchestra, Paal Nilssen-Love Large Unit, Fish & Steel, and recently with Gabrielle Mitelli – E.G.O. – EuropeanGalacticOrchestra, Parti & Minut, Inner Ear, Torden Kvartetten & Mats Gustafsson NU-Ensemble.
Per-Åke has participated in more than 100 records and 1800 theatrical performances. He has given concerts in 39 countries and he is since December 2008 a member of the government run – Musikalliansen.
Jérôme Noetinger (1966) is a composer, improviser and sound artist who works with electroacoustic devices such as the Revox B77 reel-to reel tape recorder and magnetic tape, analogue synthesisers, mixing desks, speakers, microphones, various electronic household/everyday objects and home-made electronica.
He performs both solo and in ensembles (Cellule d’Intervention Metamkine, Le Un, Hrundi Bakshi, Les Sirènes, Proton…), and collaborates often (Sophie Agnel, Lionel Marchetti, Aude Romary, Angelica Castello, Antoine Chessex, Anthony Pateras, Anne-Laure Pigache…).
From 1987 to 2018, he was the director of Metamkine, a non-profit organisation dedicated to the distribution of improvised and electroacoustic music.
Between 1987 and 2014 Jérôme was a member of the editorial committee of the quarterly journal of contemporary sound, poetry and performance, Revue & Corrigée.
For ten years from 1989, he was a member and programming co ordinator of exhibitions, gigs, and experimental cinema at le 102 rue d’Alembert, Grenoble.
Hedvig Mollestad Thomassen is a groundbreaking and influential Norwegian guitarist from Ålesund. Her work with Hedvig Mollestad Trio, including 7 albums in 10 years, has led to broad international attention and interest. In 2020 she released her first solo record Ekhidna, and recieved a Norwegian Grammy. Her 2nd solo release was also nominated for Norwegian Grammy, as was her 2021 release with her trio.
David Fricke from Rolling Stone says: I was immediately struck by the quality and ferocity of her guitar playing and improvisation, and the rhythmic bond of the group. Richard Williams has written liner notes for the live album from 2016 and says: There is always something wild and worthwhile happening in her solos, demonstrating a phenomenal deftness and gift for detail. The releases of the trio have been reviewed several times in media such as New York Times, Wall Street Journal, MOJO, Uncut, Classic Rock, The Wire, Downbeat, Jazzwise, Jazztimes, Guitar World and Decibel Magazine. Following the release of Ekhidna, she was included in Downbeat’s “25 for the future”, where the article shine a spotlight on ascending artists that potentially will shape the direction of jazz in the years to come.
In recent years, Mollestad has also made her mark as a composer outside the trio, with several commissioned works. In 2019 she delivered Tingingsverket to Vossajazz, her most recent release Ekhidna. In 2019 she was also awarded the prestigious Musicians Prize at Kongsberg Jazz Festival, where she will perform in 2022 with her new project Weejuns, featuring several international acts. She has also written music for Trondheim Jazz Orchestra, and her most recent work Maternity Beat, featuring 12 musicians, was performed for the first time at Molde Int. Jazz Festival 2020, recorded in 2021 and to be released in 2022.
She received the award for This Year’s Jazz Talent during Moldejazz in 2009, and on that occasion she founded Hedvig Mollestad Trio. Since 2010, the trio has played hundreds of concerts in Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Germany, Poland, Latvia, Estonia, Finland, Switzerland, Austria, France, Netherlands, Belgium, Portugal, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, US and Canada. Below is a full discography for Hedvig Mollestad Thomassen. She har played and worked close with names as Jon Balke, Mats Gustafsson, Susana Santos Silva, Jon Eberson, Jarle Bernhoft, Ståle Storløkken and Torstein Lofthus.
Composer born in 1991 in Cracow. Lives in Warsaw. Creates instrumental, electroacoustic and electronic music. She plays the violin, electronica and waste. Her works have been performed at various festivals, including the Warsaw Autumn Festival, Musice Electronica Nova, Sacrum Profanum, Unsound, Containerclang (Cologne), and the Bedingo International Festival of Exploratory Music.
She has collaborated on film productions (Tower. Bright Day dir. by J. Szelc, Prime Time dir. by J. Piątek, Sole dir. Sironi), theatrical performances (Hymn to Love dir. M. Górnicka (Best Music at the 10th Divine Comedy Festival), Listopad dir. T. Węgorzewski (honorable mention at the 3rd edition of the Live Classics festival)), television performances (The Weak, dir. A. Biedrzycki (award for music at Teatroteka Fest 2019), performances (Chorus from the “The Ark of Covenant” by K. Kozyra) and audiovisual installations (Life As We Know It – NOW, in collaboration with the ARK Amsterdam collective).
In 2021 she received an award for the music to Prime Time at the 46th Polish Film Festival in Gdynia and a Passport award from Polityka magazine.
She graduated from the Academy of Music in Warsaw in the composition class of Krzysztof Baculewski.
A self-taught percussionist. Since the beginning of her career, she has been connected with the “Borderland of Arts, Cultures and Nations” Center in Sejny; co-founder of the Sejny Jazz Cooperative, where she cooperates with such musicians as Mikołaj Trzaska, Wacław Zilmpel, Raphael Roginski, Hubert Zemler and the LADO ABC record label. Percussionist in the Klezmer Orchestra of the Sejny Theatre, Ejbike Mame, Taniej O, Pochwalonych, Band Dzeta.
Composer, guitarist, sound artist and improviser based in Cologne, Germany. In his works he focuses on searching for a balance between the precise organization of the musical material and freedom of expression, creating contrasts and juxtaposing things that seem very distant at first glance, as well as researching the influence of other media on the creative process and compositional work.
Leader of the projects ALL THE WONDER OF SIX LITTLE SPOONS and RASP Lovers, co-founder of Travel Adapter and P.E. Quartet, author of the solo project entitled “ODWILŻ / THE THAW”.
Magdalena Bojanowicz-Koziak graduated with distinction from the Fryderyk Chopin University of Music in Warsaw in the class of Andrzej Bauer and Bartosz Koziak and from the Universität der Künste in Berlin in the class of Jens Peter Maintz.
She is a winner of the Polityka’s Passport, won First Prize at the 45th International Jeunesses Musicales Competition in Belgrade (2015), and is the winner of Second Prize and two special prizes at the 8th Witold Lutosławski International Competition in Warsaw.
She also received 3rd prize at the 1st Krzysztof Penderecki International Cello Competition in Kraków, Poland.
Born 6th February 1989 in Bydgoszcz, Poland. Currently living in Sokołowsko.
Growing out of the artistic society gathered around the famous club MÓZG. Over last 17 years he performed hundreds of concerts, during which he performed with such personalities as Jerzy Mazzoll, Sławek Janicki, Roscoe Mitchell, Tomasz Sroczyński, Toshinori Kondo, Peter Brotzmann, Kris Wanders or Fred Frith. Currently he works in such formations as Malediwy with Marek Pospieszalski, Kondensator Przepływu with Bartłomiej Chmara, T’ien Lai with Jakub Ziołek and Łukasz Jędrzejczak, Wojtek Mazolewski Quintet and recently established duos with composer Teoniki Rożynek and belgian producer Obsequies. Besides playing instruments, he also composes music for theater working with Maciej Podstawny, Paweł Łysak, Artur Pałyga and Grzegorz Jaremko. He also made his appearance on the hiphop stage, producing an album HORE by a legendary raper VIENIO of one of the first polish hiphop groups MOLESTA.
In addition, as vice president of MÓZG FOUNDATION and Grupa Sokołowska Association, he works on organizing cultural and social events in Bydgoszcz, Warsaw and Sokołowsko. Since the beginning of 2020 he is also running his own radio show “WARSTWY” for Radio Kapitał.
Pianist specializing in contemporary music performance, born 31 July 1981 in Chojnice. In 2005 she graduated with honours from the Academy of Music in Poznań in the class of Professor Grzegorz Kurzyński. Afterwards, honored with a prestigious German Government scholarship (DAAD), she continued her studies in Cologne and Lübeck under the tutelage of Pierre-Laurent Aimard and James Tocco.
Having lived in Poland, Germany, Spain and now Belgium, Barbara Drążkowska has gained a strong position in the European music community. She has collaborated with Paweł Mykietyn, Szymon Brzóska, Bartosz Smorągiewicz, Rafał Zapała, Wim Henderickx, Jorrit Tamminga, José María Sánchez Verdú, Cesar Camarero, Manuel Anon. She has performed in the most important concert halls in Europe, the United States, Asia and Australia.
She has recorded 5 CDs: an album with Piotr Bosacki’s music Small scroll, exercises in counterpoint (2007), an album with music by young Spanish composers (Zahir Ensemble, Creacion Injuve, Madrid 2010), a CD with Szymon Brzóska’s chamber works The Wanderer (2011) and two CDs Genesis and Dunas (2014) with music from plays with the same titles.
Accordion/live electronics player, improviser.
The music and sounds sees the ease and conventionally. The most important is dialogue and encounter with another human. Any form emit a sound, it is facilitated to make contact with people, is inspired by the elements most often not directly related to music, as he says ,, old washing machine, a blade of grass, the sound of the engine of the bus, or even usually a chair in the middle of a scene can be inspiring.
Every concert is completely different. The only constant element is the instrument.’’ He has performed at such important festivals as A L’Arme Festival in Berlin, Sharpe Festival in Bratislava, LEM Festival in Barcelona or the Oct Loft Jazz Festival in Shenzhen and Ring Ring Festival in Belgrade.
Despite his young age already he worked with many distinguished musicians improvised music scene, among others, , Adam Pierończyk, Krzysztof Knittel, Joelle Leandre, TOC, Marcin Albert Steczkowski, Anna Gadt. Krzysztof Gradziuk, David Kollar, Ramon Prats, Yuhan Su. Fixed co- creates a BACKSPACE with Łukasz Czekała, which meets, grows and creates music, which he says has the expression ,,improvised contemporary music”.
Eira Bjørnstad Foss has a master’s degree in music performance from NTNU in Trondheim. She is currently living in Trondheim and is working in the field of contemporary composed music and improvisation.
She is a key figure in the contemporary composed music scene in Norway, both as a performer and a curator. She has performed commissioned pieces written especially for her as a soloist with Trondheim Sinfonietta, and has performed more than 30 world premieres by young creative composers from all over the world with her ensemble Tøyen Fil og Klafferi. Their debut recording, Botanisk Hage, was nominated for the Norwegian Grammy in 2021 for the best contemporary music album of the year.
Recent collaborations include projects with Mats Gustafsson, Trondheim Sinfonietta and Trondheim Jazzorkester, as well as upcoming performances with Ultima Music Festival, Music Unlimited Wells and the Kongsberg Jazz Festival. In the fall of 2022 she will start her work as a research fellow at The Department of Music at NTNU in Trondheim.
Matilda Rolfsson (b. 1987.) is a Swedish improviser and percussionist based in Trondheim, Norway. With a distingue sound and textural approach on her 20” bass drum, percussion and snare Matilda can be heard solo or in constellations with some of Europe and Scandinavia’s finest improvising musicians and choreographers/dancers.
Together with vocalist Maggie Nicols and pianist Lisa Ullén she forms the trio; Trio Generations.
Currently Matilda is active as an artistic researcher at NTNU with the project “In Motion, Movements with Direction” where she in company with dancers develops and deepens an artistic praxis of interdisciplinary interplay in free – improvisation.
Norwegian jazz guitarist from Volda, known for bands such as Broen, Skadedyr, Snøskred, Trondheim Jazz Orchestra, Your Headlights Are On.
He was born and raised in Trondheim, Norway. He is a former member of the Norwegian Youth Academy. He has participated in about 70 recordings released in various formats and has performed solo concerts in various venues in Norway and Sweden, as well as in Reykjavik, Athens, Madrid, Vienna, Glasgow, Huddersfield and London.
Studied classical cello at the Music conservatory in Trondheim, NTNU, and other music on the road. Played varius styles and often in a cross-over-role, with rock – pop – jazz as a main field but also in the area of classical, contemporery and folk Music.
Toured several times in Norway and Europe with, among others, the bands Dadafon and Trondheim Jazz Orchestra. Played on several albums – also prize winning, with these bands. Have done some solo , cello and singing at festivals, playing the cello with a kind of bass or guitar technique.
Worked as studio musician on approximately 60 records/films, and made music for bands, film theater and dance.
Nicolas Leirtrø is one of Norway’s most industrious and exciting musicians.
Since 2015 he has spent much of his time wielding his baritone guitar in the hard-hitting power trio I LIKE TO SLEEP, which over the years has become a household name on festivals and clubs across the nation. In 2018 the trio was named “Young jazz musicians of the year” after winning the prestigious and extensive launch programme “Jazzintro”. The same year they signed with the renowned record label Rune Grammofon, where they are soon to release their third album. Leirtrø has also been in a myriad of other bands and jazz projects playing the double bass, like Amalie Dahl’s Dafnie, Veslemøy Narvesen’s We Don’t Imagine Anymore, Mats Gustafsson’s Hidros o.T.//Hidros9 and the internationally acclaimed free impro trio TEIP TRIO. Not to mention cult-punkers Hey Gloria and being a rock solid bass player and noisy wild card in the indiekraut band earth moon transit.
Nicolas Leirtrø is a musician and composer with a lot on his plate and a burning desire to give something back to the audience. In addition to his many and varied musical contributions, he organizes and promotes festivals and concert series in Trondheim.
Producer, sound engineer and musician living in Trondheim, Norway. His work is related to sound and stems from a deep fascination with what sound is and what it can do to anyone who listens to it. He works with many types of music and believes that genres are more useful as something to push boundaries than as a set of rules that must be guarded against breaking.
Daniel Formo is a keyboard player, improviser and sound artist from Trondheim, Norway, working within a broad range of music from improvised and written contemporary music, to jazz and popular genres, as well as electroacoustic music and electronic art. His work takes a special interest in the relationship between language and music, instrument building, and between virtual and real soundscapes.
Formo has established himself as a stylistically innovative musician and composer, especially utilising the Hammond in exciting new ways as well as building new instruments blending electric and acoustic sources.
Ida is a premiered accordionist. Amongst her many prizes is the 1st prize from the ”International Competition for Accordion Soloists” in Belgium, 2012. She has given solo concerts all over the world from China to Canada, France, Russia and Germany, and collaborated with composers such as Sofia Gubaidulina with the new edition on her solo work “Et Expecto”. Her almost unlimited repertoire spans from contemporary- to folk music through tango, jazz and classical music. She is a founding member of the jazz orchestra “Skadedyr” and has worked as Kapellmeister on tour with Malmø Opera.
In February 2016 she graduated with Advanced Postgraduate Diploma at The Royal Danish Academy of Music with great reviews. The concert was broadcasted at the Danish national radio. Ida has received several awards such as Ticon Musikkstipend and Arts Council Norway’s Government Grants for Young Artists.
Hidle has a strong passion for introducing contemporary music to a larger audience. She is eager to present this music in a way so that everyone may relate to its sounds and ideas. Therefore she might read poems or act as a part of her musical performances. It is also very important to her to present high quality contemporary music with musical and technical professionalism.
Double bass player, improviser. Currently lives in Copenhagen where he graduated from Rhytmic Music Conservatory. Member of many projects from the border of improvised music, jazz and rock. He is a co-founder of, among others, RASP Lovers, Entropia Ensemble, PE Quartet, ALAWARI, and the band Druga Połowa Sierpnia.
Born in 1975, received his musical education in the double bass class at the State Music School Ist. in Bolesławiec. Musician, composer, since 2006 he develops his search for unusual sources of sound. Founder of the Small Instruments group in Wroclaw, where he realizes his own artistic needs. He is the author of music to over 20 films and theatrical performances, he published his own music on 15 LP, SP, CD and DVD in Poland, Japan and France and played about 300 concerts in Europe and Asia. He has amassed a unique collection of over 600 unusual musical instruments, used in concert, recording and publishing activities.
He builds his own instruments, playing constructions and creates sound installations. He is a researcher into the culture of musical instruments: in 2010 he published the world’s first study of the history of the toy piano; in 2013 he wrote a manual “Home experiments with musical instruments” published together with the album of Small Instruments “Samoróbka”, devoted to education in the field of building experimental musical instruments with one’s own hands. The second publication continuing the idea of “self-design” was dedicated to a 20-person workshop group, with which he prepared and realized a set of pieces on the album “Gruppo di Construzione”. This was the second major workshop project carried out in collaboration with the PozyTywka Foundation.
Between 2019 and 2021, in collaboration with the Club Under the Columns, he realized 3 original projects in the area of blind and deaf people.