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POP-UP at The Royal College of Music

  • Royal College of Music 105 Valhallavägen Stockholm, Stockholms län, 115 51 Sweden (map)

The Art of Musical Composition with Maria Lindström and Fredrik Mathias Josefson

Together with The Royal College of Music in Stockholm (Kungliga Musikhögskolan) we're very happy to organize a morning filled with music. On Wednesday the 12th of September we invite you to join us to enjoy to the work of composers Maria Lindström and Fredrik Mathias Josefson, over breakfast - as usual - of course. 



 Photo: Sorin Dan Cojocaru  

Photo: Sorin Dan Cojocaru

Maria Lindström is a composer/violinist from Sweden. Influenced by her background in swedish traditional music she investigate combinations of folk music and electronically processed sound. Her works has been presented in venues such as Førde Traditional and World Music Festival, London Film festival and Dalarnas Museum in Falun. She is a board member in Ättiksfabriken Art Space which is an artist-run space situated in Falun, Sweden.

COMPOSITION | der Landebahn 2.0
der Landebahn 2.0 is an audiovisual art project by Maria Lindström, sound, and Hilda Lindström, video art. It is based on showing material from a work progress at the airport Tempelhofer Feld – Berlin. Some of the material is based on conversion of image to sound, which forms a dialogue, reflecting on the concept of travelling, departure/arrival, future/past and attendance.




Fredrik Mathias Josefson holds a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal Institute of Art, a Master of Science from the Royal Institute of Technology, and is currently doing his final year of his Master’s Degree in Composition at the Royal College of Music in Stockholm.

COMPOSITION | The History of Levitation
The History of Levitation is a fixed multi-channel composition. It is part of an ongoing research project, where spatialization is regarded as a key component of composition with
the ambition to fully immerse the listeners in sound. Algorithms as a compositional strategy, with the focus on flocking simulation, is used not only to position sound objects in the spatial domain but also to make decisions in the frequency and time domains.


We have limited tickets and first come first serve, so make sure to sign up well in time to make to secure a spot for this treat!

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We'll email everyone that has secured a spot for the session by end of this week to confirm your spot. 

Der Landebahn photo: Abandoned House Gallery

Earlier Event: January 4
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