Fly Interzone & Konspirationen presenterar: INTERZONE

Datum: 
25 Feb 2017 - 19:00

Fly Interzone & Konspirationen presenterar:
INTERZONE

En hyllning till William S Burroughs och the Naked Lunch.
En drömsk psykedelisk multimedia-happening på Fylkingen med filmvisning, ljud- och bildkonst, utställning, poesi, visuals, livemusik och DJ:s. Förvänta er cut ups, transmutationer, mutationer och psykedeliskt delirium.

Medverkande:
Matti Bye & This Forgotten Land
Clark Nova
Anders Enge
Girilal Baars
Lux Lumen
Seroconversion
Mattias Bäcklin
piak
DJ Fly Interzone
DJ Rozenhall
PELLE
The Air Crew
Trystero:
Ulrika Andersson
Henning Lindahl
Anna Hellström
Maria Eriksson
William Carlstedt

Clark Nova firar releasen av sitt tredje album "The Twelve Labours of Clark Nova... In Space".

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25 februari kl. 19:00 – 1:00
Entré: 100 kr

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Facebook-event:
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Medlemsproduktion: Per Åhlund

Keith Fullerton Whitman

Datum: 
2 Mar 2017 - 20:00


(Photo credit: Lindsay Metivier)
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Tickets:
https://www.tickster.com/sv/events/6wnzb9cf8m9g1l0/2017-03-02/keith-full...

100 sek / 80 for Fylkingen Members.

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Keith Fullerton Whitman

Keith Fullerton Whitman is a composer & musician currently based in
Melbourne, Australia. Beginning in the early 90's while working towards
a Bachelor's Degree in "Music Synthesis" Degree at Boston's Berklee
College of Music, Keith began exploring electronic music's many facets,
eventually yielding dozens of recordings for influential labels such as
Kranky, Editions Mego, PAN, Planet µ, Carpark, Room40, Amethyst Sunset,
Amish, NNA Tapes, No Fun Productions, Agents of Chaos, Arbor, Digitalis
Limited, Ekhein, Heavy Tapes, Rare Youth, Root Strata, and many more.

These days his creative energies are largely put into the continued
development of a singular take on "Live Electronic Music" incorporating
an ever-changing hybrid software & hardware-based system that allows for
the desired complexities of sound & vision. While this work has recently
manifested itself as a pair of albums for Editions Mego entitled
"Generators" & "Occlusions," it's largely intended for the stage. More
recently, Keith has been performing a piece titled "Redactions,"
incorporating thematically & geographically relevant Musique Concrète
elements into the modular setup. He is set to launch a new series of
scalable, equestrian-themed digital music frameworks under the "Grid
Work" banner in early 2017.

Over the past 20 years, Keith has given over 500 performances of his
music - everything from solemn held-tones to pointillist
reckless-abandon - at venues ranging from "Punk" basements to some of
the most celebrated European & North-American festival stages such as
Akousma, CTM, Dissonanze, Electronica En Abril, Impakt, Kontraste,
Lanaudière, LUFF, Mutek, Novas Frequencias, Présences Électroniques,
Skanu Mesz, Sonic Acts, Suoni Per Il Popolo, Terraforma, Ultrahang,
Unsound, Werkleitz, ZKM, etc. In addition, he has given dozens of artist
talks & history lectures at prestigious institutions including the Banff
Centre, Dartmouth, Harvard, Johns Hopkins, & MIT & has taken part in
Colloquia, acted as Guest Faculty, co-curated music festivals &
organized concerts & film events in the Boston area & beyond.

He has collaborated both on stage & record with Oren Ambarchi,
Caboladies, Rhys Chatham, Tony Conrad, Greg Davis, Frans de Waard,
Deerhunter, JD Emmanuel, Lawrence English, Mark Fell, Robin Fox, David
Grubbs, Glenn Jones, Michael Karoli & Malcolm Mooney (Can), Eli Keszler,
Felix Kubin, Okkyung Lee, Alan Licht, Matmos, Norbert Möslang, Geoff
Mullen, Benjamin Nelson, Charlemagne Palestine, Terry Riley, Joel Ryan,
Jessica Rylan, Uwe Schmidt, TV Pow, Ben Vida, Nate Wooley, C. Spencer
Yeh, and countless others. He is also known for performances and
realizations of works by composers such as Ilhan Mimaroglu, Phill
Niblock, Dick Raaijmakers and Conrad Schnitzler. He has composed for
dance, and his music has been set to motion by choreographers & dance
ensembles including Chantal Yzermans, Le Supplici, the Andersson Dance
Company, and the NYU New Music and Dance Ensemble. He has supplied music
and sound-design for several video game & "music for picture" projects,
advertisements, and assorted environments, including film & audio
installations.

A 2011 joint commission from Sonic Acts, Kontraste Krems, and Le Groupe
de Recherches Musicales (GRM) led to a week-long session in the fabled
INA-GRM studios in Paris, during which Keith realized a life-long dream,
completing an 80-channel, long-form Musique Concrète work entitled
"Rythmes Naturels" utilizing many of the idiosyncratic early-electronic
instruments held in the studio's archive. In 2015 he completed a second
piece for the GRM's yearly "Présences Electroniques" festival.

From 2003 to 2015, he helmed a highly specialized experimental-music
distribution company named "Mimaroglu Music," charged with helping
labels & artists all over the world with the preparation & dispersion of
their tangible music artifacts. Prior to this he was the Sales-Manager
of noted New England distributor Forced Exposure, for whom he personally
penned hundreds of "capsule" descriptions of catalogue new-arrivals.
Since relocating to Melbourne, he has started a new venture,
"Broken-Music," to pick up where Mimaroglu left off.

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Member production: John Chantler

three Swedish Impro Music profiles - lars-göran ulander // fredrik ljungkvist // arne forsén

Datum: 
9 Mar 2017 - 19:00

DUO – SOLO – TRIO

lars-göran ulander - sax
fredrik ljungkvist - sax & klarinett
arne forsén - piano

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kl 19.00 prolog
kl 19.30 konsert

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Entré: 100kr (80kr för stud/medl Fylkingen)
OBS! inga kontanter i entré & bar, endast kortbetalning!

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lars-göran ulander
Född ungefär samtidigt som bebop var det en annan typ av jazz - freeform - som regerade när lars-göran ulander blev flygfärdig saxofonist i början av 60-talet. Fri improvisation var grundbulten då och är det fortfarande 2017.
Jazz som musikalisk idé och metod. Ett expanderande musikaliskt universum, inte ett stilistiskt fängelse. 20 år som chef för SRP2s Jazzradio har inte ändrat på det. Nyfikenheten och flygförmågan finns kvar.

fredrik ljungkvist
”Saxofonisten, bandledaren och kompositören Fredrik Ljungkvist är en intensivt lysande
centralgestalt inom den svenska improvisationsmusiken och han tilldelas Kungl. Musikaliska
akademien jazzpris 2011 för ett djupt fängslande musikerskap präglat av stor värme och
medryckande vitalitet”
Fredrik Ljungkvist började sin karriär 1993 med Fredrik Norén Band och har sedan dess spelat med bland annat Per "Texas" Johansson, LSB (Ljungkvist, Stridh, Berthling), Lina Nyberg, Bobo Stensson, Ken Vandermarks Territory Band, Mats Gustafsson, Paavo 3, Anders Jormin, Georg Riedel, Alexander von Schlippenbach, Kris Davis och Per Henrik Wallin. Han turnerar regelbundet med norsk/svenska bandet Atomic och leder också banden Yun Kan 3, Yun Kan 5 och Yun Kan 10.
Ljungkvist är ämnesföreträdare i saxofon på jazzinstutitionen vid Kungliga Musikhögskolan i Stockholm.

arne forsén
Arne Forsén är mest känd som en särpräglad jazz- och improvisationsmusiker, men har även många andra sidor och rör sig gärna i gränslanden mellan genrer och uttrycksformer. Forsén har en klassisk skolning, gör djupdykningar i svensk folkmusik och musik från Västafrika, arbetar över konstarterna med bildkonst och teater, men framförallt med dans.
Han har spelat i gruppen BRUS TRIO – som samarbetat med bland annat freejazzhjältarna John Tchicai och Roscoe Mitchell, med europeiska improvisatörer som Paul Lovens, Harri Sjöström Phil Minton och Roger Turner, och med många fler.
Undervisar i piano och improvisation på Kungliga Musikhögskolan i Stockholm.

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English:

three Swedish Impro Music profiles
DUO – SOLO – TRIO

lars-göran ulander - sax
fredrik ljungkvist - sax & clarinet
arne forsén – piano

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kl 19.00 prologue
kl 19.30 concert

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Entrance: 100kr (80kr for students/members in Fylkingen)
NB! No Cash in entrance and bar, card payment only!
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lars-göran ulander
Born at the same time as Bebop but another kind of Jazz — Free Form — ruled when saxophonist lars-göran ulander was just a fledgling in the early 60´s and free improvisation was at his center then and still is 2017.
Ulander plays Jazz as a musical idea and method — An expanding musical universe — and not as a stylistic prison. Twenty years as Head of Swedish Jazz Radio P2 hasn´t changed that. Now full-fledged, curiosity still rules.

fredrik ljungkvist
"The saxophonist, band leader and composer Fredrik Ljungkvist is an intensely brilliant central figure in the Swedish improvised music and he awarded the Royal Swedish Academy of Music Jazz Award 2011 for a deeply compelling musicianship marked by great warmth and captivating vitality".
Fredrik Ljungkvist began his career in 1993 with Fredrik Norén Band and has since played with among others Per "Texas" Johansson, LSB (Ljungqvist, Stridh, Berthling), Lina Nyberg, Bobo Stensson, Ken Vandermarks Territory Band, Mats Gustafsson, Paavo 3; Anders Jormin, Georg Riedel, Alexander von Schlippenbach, Kris Davis and Per Henrik Wallin. He tours regularly with Norwegian/Swedish band Atomic and also leads bands Yun Kan 3, Yun Kan 5 and Yun Kan 10.
Ljungkvist teaches saxophone at the Department of Jazz at the Royal College of Music in Stockholm.

arne forsén
Arne Forsén is a pianist that has demonstrated a rare range during his career as pianist in the field of open-minded jazz and experimental free improvisation. He wanders and weaves his way between various musical expressions drawing on his classical training and his deep interest in folk music from Sweden and other cultures, especially from West Africa. 
 Forsén also collaborates with other art forms such as visual arts, theatre and - most notably - dance. He has worked in the group BRUS TRIO – famous for its collaboration with free jazz heroes like John Tchicai and Roscoe Mitchell, and with European improvisers like Paul Lovens, Harri Sjöström, Phil Minton and Roger Turner and many more.
Forsén teaches piano and improvisation at the Royal College of Music in Stockholm.

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Medlemsproduktion: Arne Forsén