Subchamber Ensmble will perform and collaborate with a number of other artists at Lumen Project Stockholm, a seamless 12 hour sound and light festival taking place at the decommissioned church Eric Ericonshallen. The event will be conductive to meditation, sleep, and self-awareness in a communal environment that allows visitors to escape the darkness of winter.
For tickets and more information, please visit lumenproject.se
Subchamber Ensmble will perform and be the primary musical backing at DREAM MUSIC TWO, a six hour colorized sound and light immersion event. This is the second installment of Dream Music at Malmö Live.
For tickets and more information, please visit https://malmolive.se/en/program/dream-music-two
Subchamber Ensmble will play a free show at Galleri OBRA in Malmö. Further developing their methods of spontaneity and improvisation, the Ensmble will consist of previous players and also introduce new instruments.
There will be food, drink, and coffee: doors/food at 6pm and music at 7pm.
We hope to see you at OBRA!
FIRST EVENT! JUNE 14th 18:00 OBRA, MALMö
SUBCHAMBER ENSMBLE is a new musical project established by musician, film composer and sound artist Nathan Larson with cellist Gerda Holmquist. The ensemble involves a rotating roster of classically trained musicians in the area that are active, but might not directly be connected to the conventional orchestral platforms. Inspired by the enigmatic composer La Monte Young and his minimalistic musical explorations as well as by Alice Coltrane’s ever evolving cascade-like flow of acoustic sound, this first performance will feature harp, strings, bassoon, tuned metal drums, electronics and cassette tape manipulations/ loops.
Larson, Holmqvist and company will perform this previously unheard configuration in one of the rooms at the ‘Vagnversktad’, a building designed and built in 1913 for industry purposes in Malmö’s ‘Västra Hamnen’ (the city’s west harbour) by Axel Stenberg who had drawn and built the previous year the iconic film theatre ‘Victoriabiografen’.