Photo: Amundsen Hipermania
2/11 2020, 20:00
Blågårds Pl. 6A
With an unique approach to terms like work, composition and process, Damkapellet provides the listeners and the audience with completely unparalleled experiences.
The engagement of the members in the creative process and in the commissions given to composers is demanding for both composer and the co-composing/improvising/contributing musicians. The demands for the composer are among others that she must agree to things changing in the work, once it has left her hands. The musicians in the ensemble on their side are obligated to take a special kind of ownership of each work and each performance.
Alina Petrova has composed the piece Cado for the ensemble. “Cado (lat. cado – falling, ending). For any number of performers. For any instruments and voices”. Thus the composer describes her piece. At this concert the music collective Damkapellet are joined by Kvinnoorkestern, based in Malmø. Swedish composer Lo Kristenson has collaborated with both ensembles on a big work, or as the project is called: The Big Experiment. The work is being premiered at this event.
*Due to restrictions caused by Corona, all concerts have limited seats. We strongly recommend you to book you tickets in advance. If you are planning on attending more than one or two concerts then consider buying KLANGs "rabatkort" which will give you up to 50% off on all tickets. Tickets are also up to 50% off for students.
For 2020 only KLANG takes place in the autumn. Updates on KLANG's policies for keeping audiences and artists safe during the Corona situation on Klang.dk. In case of cancelations tickets will, of course, be refunded.
Alina Petrova: Cado - WORLD PREMIERE
Lo Kristensson: sounds and surroundings - WORLD PREMIERE
Damkapellet at KLANG:
1. november at The Music Museum
14.00-14.30 Dialogue on gender and creatiion (IN DANISH)
2. november at Koncertkirken
19.00-19.45 Another Composers Cofee. Damkapellet in dialogue with Lo Kristensson
20.00-22.00 Concert: Damkapellet
With the kind support of Nordic Culture Fund, Dansk Musikerforbund, the Danish Composers Society and KODA Kultur, William Demabt Foundation, Knud Højgaards Foundation, the Municipality of Copenhagen and the Danish Arts Foundation