Annea Lockwood • Catherine Lamb & Johnny Chang • Sarah Hennies • Anthony Braxton Octet • Tri-Centric Project Ensemble • Cara Tolmie & Stine Janvin • Oren Ambarchi & Crys Cole • Kassel Jaeger • Leif Elggren • Susana Santos Silva • Sofia Jernberg • Elsa Bergman • Finn Loxbo • Lisa Ullén • Erik Carlsson • Isak Hedtjärn • Ville Bromander • Mattias Stahl • Johan Arrias • Kyoko Kitamura • Carl Testa • Tomeka Reid • Erica Dicker • Dan Peck • Ingrid Laubrock • Jean Cook • Miriam Overlach • Jacqueline Kerrod • Anna Lindal • Elsbeth Bergh • Johan Moir • My Hellgren • Henrik Olsson • Jonny Axelsson • Kristoffer Linder
TICKETED EVENTS ARE SLUTSÅLD / SOLD OUT.
Four days of ‘other’ music in Stockholm at MDT, Eric Ericssonhallen and Fylkingen with performances by Anthony Braxton’s ZIM Music Octet and a 16 person strong Tri-Centric Project Ensemble playing his music, concert works and an installation by Annea Lockwood, the full live ensemble version of Sarah Hennies experimental documentary/music work ‘Contralto’ and concerts by Catherine Lamb & Johnny Chang‘s Viola Torros project, Oren Ambarchi & Crys Cole, Kassel Jaeger and a specially commissioned collaboration between Cara Tolmie and Stine Janvin at Stadsbiblioteket. The festival will close this year with a ‘Gender of Sound’ listening set on the Sunday afternoon led by Cara Tolmie and featuring performances by Sarah Hennies and Leif Elggren.
Cat Lamb & Johnny Chang + Sarah Hennies
Braxton Octet + Tri-Centric Foundation Ensemble
ALL VENUES FULLY ACCESSIBLE.
Please email John[a]edition-festival.com to arrange complimentary tickets for carers/support people.
Presented in collaboration with Fylkingen, Audiorama and the Tri-Centric Foundation with support from Musikverket, Stockholm Stad, Stockholms Lan, Kulturrådet and Nordiskkulturfond.
We will also hold three ‘Satellite Editions’ in Göteborg, Malmö and Copenhagen. Dates and info here.
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Ellen Fullman & Okkyung Lee recorded at the First Edition Festival in 2016.
Notes on Other Music.
A perfect bound A5 print publication collecting essays, interviews, conversations and photographs related to the festival programme since its inception.
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