fifth edition festival for other music
10—14 august 2022 
fylkingen, stockholm

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éliane radigue

Éliane Radigue is one of the last centuries’ most important living composers. Having produced an extraordinary and extraordinarily influential body of electronic music between the 1960s up until 2002 (despite very little public acclaim or recognition during most of this period), she then turned to composing for and with musicians and acoustic instruments. In doing so, she has created a further body of music that draws on the sonority of her earlier work whilst extending it into new realms using a very particular methodology of oral transmission that allows for exchange ‘heart-to-heart’.


Over the five nights of the festival we will present nine pieces by Eliane Radigue (who turned 90 in January) including a brand new work for quintet commissioned by the festival — Occam Hexa IV. We are thrilled to be presenting more of Radigue’s music again after the extraordinary Occam Ocean for orchestra concert in 2017. Big thanks to Silvia Tarozzi, Julia Eckhardt, Deborah Walker, Nate Wooley and Enrico Malatesta and of course Eliane for being up for this. These pieces will open each night at Fylkingen.

Wed. 10 August 2022
Occam River VIII. for violin and percussion [world premiere]
Occam X. for trumpet

Thurs. 11 August 2022
Occam VIII for cello
Occam River XXVI for viola and trumpet

Fri. 12 August 2022
Occam River II for violin and cello
Occam River XXV for viola and percussion

Sat. 13 August 2022
Occam Hexa IV for violin, viola, cello, trumpet and percussion [world premiere]

Sun. 14 August 2022
Occam XXVI for percussion
Occam Delta III for violin, viola and cello

Occam Hexa IV has been commissioned with the support of Kulturrådet.

Read Kate Molleson’s essay on Eliane Radigue’s Occam works here.

Eliane Radigue Portrait © Delphine Blast

silvia tarozzi


Silvia is a violinist, composer and improviser. The oral transmission of music and the form created through a deep immersion into the sound are traits of her musical research and find expression in several collaborations with composers as Éliane Radigue, Pauline Oliveros, Pascale Criton, Cassandra Miller, Martin Arnold, Pierre-Yves Macé, Philip Corner.
Her projects are released by I dischi di Angelica, Unseen Worlds, New World Records, Potlatch. Her concerts have been recorded and broadcasted by BBC Radio and France Musique.
She performs regularly in festivals and venues in Europe, North America, Canada, Mexico.

www.silviatarozzi.it

julia eckhardt


Julia Eckhardt is a musician and organiser in the field of the sonic arts. She is a founding member and artistic co-director of Q-O2 workspace in Brussels, for which she conceptualized various thematic research projects. As a performer of composed and improvised music she has collaborated with numerous artists, and extensively with Éliane Radigue. She has performed internationally, and released a number of recordings. She has been lecturing about topics such as sound, gender and public space, and is (co-)author of The Second Sound, conversation on gender and music, Grounds for Possible Music, The Middle Matter – sound as interstice, and Éliane Radigue – Intermediary Spaces/Espaces intermédiaires.

www.juliaeckhardt.net

deborah walker


Deborah Walker is a new music performer and improviser based in Paris. She was born in Reggio Emilia (Italy) in 1981 and studied cello in her hometown. After graduating she moved to Paris to continue her cello studies with Agnès Vesterman and Anssi Karttunen. Since 2007 she has been a member of Dedalus, a variable experimental and contemporary music ensemble, which has collaborated, among others, with Tom Johnson, Pascale Criton, Christian Wolff, Antoine Beuger and Jurg Frey. Deborah Walker has worked with artists like Joëlle Leandre, Markus Stockhausen, Garrett List and Philip Corner. She’s currently working with the composers Pascale Criton and Eliane Radigue on pieces for solo cello. She has played in many festivals such as I Suoni delle Dolomiti, Italia Wave, ZKN in Karlsruhe, Festival d’Avignon, Festival Nomad in M’Hamid (Morocco), Switch ON (Malaysia) and tours regularly in Europe.

enrico malatesta


Enrico Malatesta is an Italian percussionist, sound researcher and curator active in the field of experimental music, sound intervention and performance; his practice explores the relations between sound, space and body, the vitality of materials and the morphology of surfaces, with particular attention to the percussive acts and the modes of listenings.

Since 2007 Enrico Malatesta has been presenting his works with tours all over Europe, Brazil, South Korea, Japan, UK, North America and Russia, participating in festivals and special events in venues such as Pirelli Hangar Bicocca – Milano, Berghain – Berlin, MAM – Rio de Janeiro.

enricomalatesta.com

nate wooley


Nate Wooley grew up in Clatskanie, Oregon. He began his professional music career at age 13 performing in big bands with his father, and studied jazz and classical trumpet at the University of Oregon and University of Denver. He settled in New York in 2001, and maintains an active schedule working in contemporary classical, jazz, noise, and electronic music as an interpreter, improviser, and composer. While a large part of his work has consisted of solo improvisation and composition, he has collaborated with Anthony Braxton, Éliane Radigue, Annea Lockwood, Yoshi Wada, Christian Wolff, Wadada Leo Smith, and others.

He is the founder of the For / With Festival, which commissions and premieres works created through collaboration between composer and performer, all with an emphasis on radical timbral techniques and improvisation within composition.

Wooley is also the editor of Sound American, an online journal intended to demystify contemporary experimental music with the intention of expanding and perpetuating a base audience for the radical and avant-garde. He is currently the curator of the Database of Recorded American Music (DRAM) and teaches at The New School for Social Research.

www.natewooley.com