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Gudabröder

GudabröderI ZeusII PoseidonIII Hades Three part piece for chamber orchestra performed by students at the Royal Academy of Music in Copenhagen. Conducted by Jean Thorell. Premiered at Pulsar Festival the 13 march 2022.

Premiere – Gudabröder

Premiere of “Gudabröder”. Three part piece for Sinfonietta performed in the concert hall in RDAM.

Workshop at Skissernas Museum

The Sound of Peas – Workshop with Kristin Warfvinge Inspired by Kristina Mautosch’s artwork Scenery, we make our own musical piece from dried peas. We examine the aural qualities of the plant and create our own instruments. Various materials for building will be available, but you may also bring your own recording equipment if you are …

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Une Charogne

Piece for choir performed by Danish National Vocal Ensemble. Text by Charles Baudelaires. Soprano solo by Klaudia Kidon.  Talking solo by Steffen Bruun.  Performed 12/11-21 in Trinitatis Kirke. Danish National Vocal Ensemble Marcus Creed (conductor)(c) 2021 DR (Danmarks Radio). Reproduced with permission. 

Joe, Jack, Bill & Averell

Piece for 4 pianos. Performed by: Hao Deng, Riccardo Atanasio, Cecilia Apostolo and Jialin Yang; students at the Royal Academy of Music in Copenhagen. Recorded at Pulsar festival 9/9 2021.

Choir piece: Une charogne

A part of the concert “Workshopkoncert med DR vokalensemblet”. Performed by DR vokalensemble. Link to event

New web page!

Finally my web page has been updated with a new fresh design, useful functions and an air of living in the 21th century. A lot of fun things are happening in the near future so stay updated here. A thousand thanks to my brilliant sister Kajsa for making the entire thing.

Peter Stormare

For: 4 violins, 4 violas, 4 celli Performed by: Students at the Danish Royal Acadamy of music. This piece builds around the idea of music moving around in physical space. The musicians are set up in a specific pattern (see picture) with the celli in the middle and the violins and violas around them in …

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