Henrik Frisk, saxophonist, photo by Karl-Martin Almqvist.

henrikfrisk.com

This site is dedicated to sharing information about what I do as a musician, composer and researcher. I will happily receive any kind of feedback, especially through posting comments in any of the two blogs, either the one dedicated to music or the one more geared towards thinking (through music). The site is definitely an infinite work-in-progress but hopefully you will not experience weird behaviour and broken links. However, if you do, please feel free to send me a note about what happened and how it happened.

I will attempt to use this site, among other things, as a virtual stage posting new recordings every now and then. Please check back regularly and thank you for visiting!




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2015-02-26 [News]

Miles in a silent way

We are making a recording of some of the music we performed at the concert last year. The depth of the music of Miles Davis in the period from the late sixties to the early seventies in mindboggling. The radical attitude towards editing and recording makes it sometimes difficult to approach, but once you do, it is very rewarding...
2015-01-23 [News]

expEAR with Katt Hernandez

expEAR is a new project situated in the border between art and research. After a week long workshop with Katt Hernandez we do two concerts in Malmö and in Uppsala. See expear.com for more information.
2015-01-14 [News]

lim: recording of Disembodied

lim is recording their fourth CD. This is the first recording with guitarist Samuel Hällqvist.
2014-11-28 [Composition]

Drinking

Composed from a concept by Bill Brooks on a poem by W. B. Yeats
2014-11-28 [Composition]

Elle a dansé - Il se tourna

An audio-visual work for three screens and eight speakers
2014-11-28 [News]

First performance of Drinking

My piece Drinking will have its first performance. Two version will be played at Tacit or Loud at a networked performance performed simultaneously at Stanford University in California and IAC in Malmö at Lund University.
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