Saturday 21 April, 2012:
Live acts: Kathy Hinde & Daniel Skoglund, Hanna Hartman, Patricia Alessandrini
Club acts: Broken Note, Nihad Tule, Solitude (Solace Records, U.K.), Jin (Collection), Meerkat Recordings
Concerts: 19:00 to 21:00
Three international acts take the stage with their live electronics. The common denominator – they are all using new instruments that also add a visual dimension to the artistic whole.
Club: 22:00 to 03:00
From Solitudes British Future garage via Meerkat Recordings dubechoes to Nihad Tules version of heavy Swedish techno – The club night offers a variety of styles. While the more danceable acts are playing on the big stage with a massive sound, you can also chill in the lounge.
Alba G. Corral
Free admission during Kulturnatten. The Museum exhibitions are open until 00.00.
Free admission also to the Club. NOTE! For the Club the age limit is 20 years.
No pre-booked tickets, and limited seating. Entry to the Club starts at 21.00.
Arranged in collaboration with the Stockholm Music and Theatre Museum
On 30-31 March 2012 Folkoperan will open its doors to what will become an annual performance festival.
Opera Showroom is being held in partnership with Blåsarsymfonikerna, University College of Opera, Stockholm, EMS Elektronmusikstudion and Centrum för Opera och Teknik. For more information go to:
One room designed by the Danish artist Hans Sydow will be staged as a tribute to Sten Hanson and his legendary piece ”How are you?”, one room selected and designed by Sanne Krogh Groth and Mats Lindström will be an EMS documentation space dedicated to the history of EMS.
The room will expose the visual aesthetics of the early EMS studios and presents some of the research, technology and music executed and produced there.
Lukasz Szalankiewicz (alias ZENIAL) - historian, sound designer and electronic music artist, member of the Polish Society for Electroacustic Music (PSeME). He currently lives and works in Poznan.
He performed at many Polish festivals including Audio Art Festival and Unsound Festival in Krakow, Wro Festival in Wroclaw and Moving Closer Festival in Warsaw, as well as in major Polish art centers including Kordegarda Gallery and The Contemporary Art Centre Zamek Ujazdowski in Warsaw, Contemporary Art Gallery Arsenal in Bialystok, Contemporary Art Gallery in Wroclaw and Contemporary Art Center in Torun.