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Kirsten Reese / Savannah Agger

  • Audiorama 30 Slupskjulsvägen Stockholm, Stockholms län, 111 49 Sweden (map)

Audiorama presenterar två internationellt etablerade, elektroakustiska tonsättare som fokuserar på att komponera musik i surround.

Kirsten Reese presenteras här för första gången för en svensk publik med ett urval verk skrivna för bl a ZKM i Karlsruhe, samt ett uruppförande för den klassiska synthen Fairlight CMI som hon komponerat på EMS i Stockholm.

Savannah Agger har tidigare hörts på Audiorama med bl a beställningsverket Transit – Vacuum, och presenterar denna gång ett uruppförande samt ett verk komponerat för BEAST i Birmingham.



Kirsten Reese

Pahoehoe (2016) – World Premiere
Multichannel composition with sounds produced on a Fairlight CMS (11’)

Deckkraft (opacity) (2011) 
Electroacoustic composition with layered field recordings (23’)

Mondmessage Revisited (2008/2016) 
Multichannel composition with found tape footage from the 1970ies–1990ies and interspersed amplified flute and live objects (14’)

Savannah Agger

Undercurrents (2016)  – World Premiere
Electroacoustic fixed media (10’)

Brücken/Inseln II (2015) 
Electroacoustic fixed media (11’05’’)

Kirsten Reese

Kirsten Reese (*1968) is a composer and sound artist based in Berlin. She creates experimental music for electronics and instruments, sound and audiovisual installations, and performative works with electronic media. One focus of her work lies on sound installations in landscapes and urban outdoor environments, for example no voice audible but that of the sea on the far side, an installation for a sound damping cofferdam at Aarhus harbour SPOR festival 2013; KlangBallon, performance und composition for instruments, mobile loudspeakers, hot air balloon, geodata and landscape, Netzwerk Neue Musik, Eisenach 2010; Lotussound, sound installation for sixty loudspeakers in seven gardens of Lotusland, Santa Barbara, California, 2010. In 2014 the lightest words had the weight of oracles, a composition for Fairlight CMI synthesizer and e-guitar, was premiered at Attaca Festival of SWR in Stuttgart.

Kirsten Reese's works were presented at concerts, galleries and at national and international festivals, i.e. Kunstfest Weimar2015, Donaueschinger Musiktage 2006 and 2013, MIBEM Melbourne 2008, Borealis Festival Bergen 2009, Festival Rümlingen 2008 and 2010, SoundArt ZKM Karlsruhe 2012. She teaches sound art and intermedia composition at the University of the Arts Berlin.


Savannah Agger

Savannah Agger (*1971) is a composer and performer from Sweden, living in Berlin. Her work includes music for rock bands, jazz, orchestra, choir, chamber ensembles and primarily multichannel tape pieces, mixed music and interactive electronics.She has written concert pieces, as well as music for several theatre, new circus and contemporary dance performances. She has a Bachelor (2007) and a Master (2009) in Electroacoustic Composition from the Royal College of Music in Stockholm. She was an Erasmus exchange student at the University of Arts in Berlin, 2006/2007. Shethe one year studies; European Course for Musical Composition and Technologies (ECMCT) at Ircam, Paris, and at the Technical University, the University of Arts and the Hochschule für Musik Hanns Eisler Berlin, 2007/2008. She is currently undertaking a PhD in (EAM) Musical Composition with Prof. Jonty Harrison at the University of Birmingham, England. Supposed examination 2016/2017.

Her works has been performed in the Swedish Radio, ZKM (next generation festival), Audiorama, New York Electroacoustic Music festival, Seoul International Computer Music Festival, Crescendo festival, BEAST FEaST, The Modern Museum in Malmoe (SE), Ars Acustica, Festival Inversionen, Berlin (DE), Norbergfestival (SE), Sound of Stockholm festival, GAS festival, Modern Dance Theatre (SE), The Nobel Prize banquet.

Längd: 90 minuter
Biljetter: Ordinarie 120 kr, student 80 kr
Gruppbokningar: kontakta Audiorama för biljettpris


Earlier Event: March 31
Transistor Sound
Later Event: April 14
ljudOljud 2016: EAM-konsert