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Two concerts at Hanoi New Music Festival
|The real inauguration of DomDom, the hub for experimental art in Vietnam, Hanoi marks an important continuation for independent experimental and creative music in Vietnam. DomDom, an NGO with a potential impact on the cultural deveopment of Vietnam is also the host of a series of workshops and seminars of which I have been teaching the electronic music workshop.|
|Transatlantic Conversations is a project run by Maggi Olin (SE) and Christine Jensen (CA). An ensemble consisting of Maggi Olin - piano, Christine Jensen - altsax /sopransax, Fredrik Lindborg - baritonsax, klarinett, tenorsax, Henrik Frisk - tenorsax/basklarinet, Fredrik Noren- trumpet, Karin Hammar och Christin Carlsson - trombon, Sofie Norlin - sång , Torben Waldorff - gitarr, Mattias Welin - bas, Daniel Fredriksson - trummor will perform music the two band leaders have composed for this project.|
Ujikaji radio at London SeaArts festival
|At the SeaArts festival in London, October 1 through November 10 The SixTones collaborator Ujikaji radio is broadcasting their webradio channel. The October 7 broadcast features the SixTones version of Tu Dai Oan at 30'00''. Check it out!
Go To Hell
|Go To Hell is a site specific installation and performance with The Six Tones with choreography by Marie Fahlin. The performance features a installations by Gerhard Eckel and a video installation by Anders Elberling och Henrik Frisk, and video by Jörgen Dahlqvist. Music by Rolf Riehm, Henrik Frisk, Richard Karpen and The Six Tones. Lightdesign Sutoda.
Reaktor 1, Kungliga Tekniska Högskolan, Drottning Kristinas väg 51, Stockholm
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