Quasar is meant to be a 20 minute piece for sinfonietta (12 musicians) and electronics. The piece is inspired by having read quite a bit of science fiction and cosmology

I finished the piece about 3 weeks ago now, and had to put it away for a little while to reflect more on it. As I was putting the finishing

Last week I had a few hours with a good friend and colleague, Hilmar Thordarson. It’s often incredibly positive to have another composer one can use to bounce ideas off,

The presentation I did at the Electroacoustic Music Studies Network conference in Italy in June 2018 has now been published in article form. It can be accessed here. Be sure

Work continues on the new duo… The A1 section is now more fleshed out than it was, but I still am unsatisfied with how the material develops as it doesn’t

Life in the Anthropocene composition diary #1 In December when I got my acceptance letter for Mixtur, I already started slowly – but surely! – planning the composition. A title

It’s been a long time since the last update, although not because of laziness. The premier has been pushed back to the 23rd of March in Trondheim, Norway. The piece

I’m incredibly thankful and excited to go to Mixtur 2019 in Barcelona to study with Tristan Murail, Michael Obst and many other great composers this spring. I’ll be getting a

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

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.