François J. Bonnet — Artist Talk & Listening Session
François J. Bonnet is a composer and the Head of the INA-GRM in Paris. For this event he offers a combined lecture and listening session that will include a short history of Musique Concrète alongside a wide-ranging discussion of his own compositions and his theoretical work on the nature of sound, creative listening and composing sound.
Studio 2, kl 14—19
Annea Lockwood — A Sound Map of the Danube (installation)
Studio 1, kl 17
Annea Lockwood in conversation with Crys Cole
Kyrkslingan 2, 111 49 Stockholm [map]
Anthony Braxton Octet
Tri-Centric Project Ensemble perform Anthony Braxton
Buy Tickets: Full price (250 SEK) Students, Fylkingen members (150 SEK)
Buy Festival Pass (500 SEK)
Anthony Braxton is recognized as one of the most important musicians, educators, and creative thinkers of the past 50 years, highly esteemed in the creative music community for the revolutionary quality of his work and for the mentorship and inspiration he has provided to generations of younger musicians.
Drawing upon a disparate mix of influences from John Coltrane to Karlheinz Stockhausen to Native American music, Braxton has created a unique musical system that celebrates the concept of global creativity and our shared humanity.
His work examines core principles of improvisation, structural navigation and ritual engagement-innovation, spirituality and intellectual investigation.
His many accolades include a 1981 Guggenhiem Fellowship, a 1994 MacArthur Fellowship, a 2013 Doris Duke Performing Artist Award and a 2014 NEA Jazz Master Award.
Anthony Braxton Octet
Anthony Braxton – saxophones and composition
Erica Dicker – violin
Jean Cook – violin
Tomeka Reid – cello
Ingrid Laubrock – tenor sax
Miriam Overlach – harp
Jacqueline Kerrod – harp
Dan Peck – tuba
Tri-Centric Project Ensemble
Kyoko Kitamura – voice (NY)
Sofia Jernberg – voice (Stockholm)
Lisa Ullén – piano (Stockholm)
Erica Dicker – violin (NY)
Tomeka Reid – cello (NY)
Finn Loxbo – guitar (Stockholm)
Elsa Bergman – contrabass (Stockholm)
Carl Testa – contrabass & electronics (New Haven)
Ville Bromander – contrabass (Stockholm)
Susana Santos Silva – trumpet (Stockholm)
Ingrid Laubrock – tenor saxophone (NY)
Isak Hedtjärn – clarinet (Stockholm)
Johan Arrias – saxophone & clarinet (Stockholm)
Dan Peck – tuba (NY)
Erik Carlsson – drums & percussion (Stockholm)
Mattias Stahl – vibraphone (Stockholm)
This event is produced in collaboration with The Tri-Centric Foundation — a not-for-profit organization that supports the ongoing work and legacy of Anthony Braxton, while also cultivating and inspiring the next generation of creative artists to pursue their own visions with the kind of idealism and integrity Braxton has demonstrated throughout his long and distinguished career.
Born in New Zealand in 1939 and living in the US since 1973, Annea Lockwood is known for her explorations of the rich world of natural acoustic sounds and environments, in works ranging from sound art and installations, through text-sound and performance art to concert music.
For this event, Annea Lockwood will be joined in conversation with Crys Cole — sound artist and director of the Send + Receive festival in Winnipeg, Canada. We will also have a chance to listen together to some of Lockwood’s electro-acoustic works.
Lockwood’s installation ‘A Sound Map of the Danube’ — a surround ‘sound map’ of the entire Danube River, incorporating a wide variety of water, animal and underwater insect sounds, rocks from the riverbed and the voices of those whose lives are intimately connected to the river will be installed and available to experience at MDT’s Studio 2 for the duration of the festival — no ticket/pass required. Performances of Lockwood’s concert works ‘Immersion’ and ‘Jitterbug’ will take place at Fylkingen on Saturday 9 February.
Venue & Accessibility
MDT is situated on Skeppsholmen in central Stockholm, adress Slupskjulsvägen 30-32. See map. Bus 65 as well as Djurgårdsfärjan stops at Skeppsholmen. The closest subway station is Kungsträdgården. There are parking lots on Skeppsholmen, close to the theatre.
The premises are wheelchair accessible.
Eric Ericsonhallen is situated on Skeppsholmen in central Stockholm. Bus 65 as well as Djurgårdsfärjan stops at Skeppsholmen. The closest subway station is Kungsträdgården.
The venue is wheelchair accessible and there is a handicapped toilet. There is also a handicapped parking place by the hall.
Guides go for free. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to prebook your ticket.