Veranstalter: Kunst- und Kreativhaus Rechenzentrum
Kosmoskonzerte #29 – Special Q3Ambientfest Edition
KOSMOSKONZERT #29 mit Garreth Broke (UK), Jakob Lindhagen & Vargkvint (SE) & CEEYS (DE)
Einlass: 19 Uhr, Beginn 20 Uhr
Eintritt: 5-15 EUR
Im Kosmos des Rechenzentrums
Garreth has been composing music since his early teens, initially purely for pleasure but increasingly as a way to escape the crisis that enveloped his family when his severely depressed mother attempted suicide. After studying music at the University of Oxford, he began collaborating with German contemporary artist Anna Salzmann on a series of works that combined music and art. 2019’s Healing is a 25 minute suite for solo piano that interacts with a video featuring a series of 11 abstract paintings by Salzmann, resulting in the richest and most moving of these collaborations to date.
Jakob Lindhagen & Vargkvint
Focusing on combining evocative melodies with inventive instrument usage, Swedish musicians Jakob Lindhagen and Sofia ”Vargkvint” Nystrand, has recently made names for themselves within the modern classical world, both as a duo and as separate acts. Regularly composing for films, to i.e Cannes-competing ”Push It”, Swedish Academy-awarded ”Skörheten” (Fragility) and Berlinale-nominee ”Tweener”, Jakob has also released solo album ”Paces” through contemporary classical label 1631 Recordings, as well as contributing to the label’s popular ”Piano Cloud Series“. Vargkvint originally self-released her debut-EP ”Brus” in 2016, but had it reissued by French label Soft Recordings the year after, and with her follow-up album „Hav“ scheduled for release in 2019 on Piano And Coffee Records.
The duo has toured internationally on several occasions, including a performance at Q3Ambientfest in 2018.
CEEYS– are the multitalented instrumentalists and musicians Sebastian and Daniel Selke.
Combining a shared passion for music and an impressive resume working alongside fellow
luminaries Ólafur Arnalds and Peter Broderick, they just released their
latest album HIDDENSEE in 2019.