Lørdag 13. mai 2017
At 6 years old João wanted to be a garbageman, at 12 he wanted to be a football player and finally, at the age of 14, for no good reason, he decided to be a musician. Today, he still wants to be a musician even though he would appreciate to be a gardener in part-time. He is presenting his original music and music from composer and performer Filipe Fernandes. Here are the incredibly nice people working with him:
Richard Köster - Trumpet
Jo David - Guitar, prepared Guitar
Filipe Fernandes - electronics
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Reindert the saxophonist was born in a musical family. His mother likes G. Telemann, his brother sings musicals, his girlfriend loves Atomic Kitten and his dad must be the only one not to know Justin Bieber - lucky him. None of the previous will you be able to hear in the music for his ensemble, creatively named Ensemble17. Including all 3 idiots in the picture and one home-grown wondercat: Raymond Storaunet Lavik.
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Mike McCormick is an Oslo-based guitarist and composer originally from Yellowknife, Canada. Mike’s creative output draws from a variety of disciplines, including improvised music, American jazz, electroacoustic, and Western art music traditions. This concert will feature new music composed for a septet featuring some of Oslo’s brightest talents:
Magnus Murphy Joelson - trombone
Vegard Holum - trumpet
Camilla Hole - soprano saxophone
Joel Ring - cello
Håkon Norby Bjørgo - contrabass
Øystein Aarnes Vik - drum kit
Nordic Master: The Composing Musician (NoCom) is a concentration in the Master of Music Performance Degree Programme, offered as a joint study program by The Norwegian Academy of Music in Oslo (NMH), The Academy of Music and Drama at the University of Gothenburg (HSM) and Rhythmic Music Conservatory in Copenhagen (RMC) in the field of creative performance, with a focus on composition. This concert will feature the music of three of NMH's current NoCom students.
Den komponerande musikar (The Composing Musician - NoCoM) er eit studium som kombinerar jazz/impro med komposisjon. Studiet er eit samarbeid mellom Norges musikkhøgskole, Rytmisk Musikkonservatorium i København og Högskolan för Scen och Musik i Gøteborg.