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Back home & grant awarded

Yesterday I came back home from the world’s first international conference on mixed music pedagogy at McGill University in Montreal, Canada. I presented some of my doctoral research as part of the conference for which I got a lot of praise and support.

Recently, I have also been awarded a very generous grant from the Norwegian Composer’s Fund. With this grant I will now be able to work on my new commission piece Quasar for 12 musicians and live electronics. The piece will be premiered in November 2019 by the Trondheim Sinfonietta. The premier will also be accompanied by a workshop for musicians that want to learn more about playing with electronics. I will soon start posting about the composition process, as well as work on other compositions.


Update & publishing

Several of my older compositions have now been published by NB Noter and can be purchased at their website. I will be uploading more information for the actual compositions soon.

In mid-november I will be presenting at the first Mixed Music Pedagogy Conference in Montreal, Canada about the aesthetic and performative effects of synchronization.

I’m also currently finishing the electronics of Anomie, mostly fixing small issues. I will be posting more about it soon.