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Norbergfestival 2011

George Kentros and Mattias Petersson. ©Marcus Wrangö

George Kentros and Mattias Petersson. ©Marcus Wrangö

There are no more four seasons

– presented by Audiorama

There are no more four seasons is the name of a duo comprised of electronic musician Mattias Petersson and violinist George Kentros. They take older pieces of music and recompose them in order to once again become relevant to our times, and as their concert at Norberg in 2009 attested, they are also quite the live band. 

Their self-titled debut CD was named one of the ten best classical recordings of the past decade by Dagens Nyheter, and Time Out New York called them a must see concert last summer, writing that ”the result fits together more perfectly than any Ikea bookshelf.” 

This year they will play re:bib:er, a new work inspired by the 17th century composer J. I. F. Biber’s Passacaglia for solo violin. They chose this passacaglia for two main reasons: its parallels to minimalism; and the eternal feeling of a 17th century repeating form. OK, three reasons: it’s also a great piece of music.

Visuals by Joel Dittrich.

The Micro Modular Ensemble

– presented by Audiorama

Freshly squeezed music exclusively composed for an ensemble with the most handy little red vintage programmable modular synthesizer from the 90’s ever to be found!

The Micro Modular Ensemble is: 
Magnus Bunnskog
David Granström
Maria Horn
Daniel M Karlsson


Earlier Event: July 13
L4: Four sound art pieces
Later Event: September 1
Helen Mirra & Ernst Karel