The words of Søren Kierkegaard set to music by varying improvisational musicians and unscientific Kierkegaard specialist Claus Damgaard.
Sunday the 2nd of february 2020
Sunday the 16th of february 2020
Sunday the 1st of march 2020
Sunday the 15th of march 2020
Sunday the 29th of march 2020
Sunday the 5th of april 2020
Time: 15:00 (3 pm)
Location: HUSET KBH, Rådhusstræde 13, 1466 Copenhagen
THE VARYING MUSICIANS:
Peter Tinning, guitar (2nd of february + 1st of march) :
Performing jazz guitarist educated from The Royal Conservatory in The Hague, The Netherlands 2004. I perform and record with various ensembles and artists internationally, composing the music for most collaborations. My main artistic focus of the last years has been free improvisation versus strictly composed music. I often work with classically trained musicians and composers, authors and artists, and seek inspiration in the fields between the different arts and the possibilities and obstacles that this involves.
Kristian Tangvik, tuba (16th of february + 15th of march):
I am a tubaist and improvisor from Rhythmic Music Conservatory in Copenhagen. I play in several bands and constellations, GNOM, The Roll-Ons, Horse Orchestra and Jesper Zeuthen Plus, to mention a few. I’m also available as a solo performer, composer, studio-musician etc.
Soma Allpass, cello (5th of april):
I am a classically trained cellist and love to experiment and be part of many different musical environments, expressions and work processes.
My journey in the world of music and art has so far led me to classical music, indie rock, pop, music for modern dance and theater, folk music, singer song writing, classical Indian music, modern jazz, and free improvisation.