Ensembles & duo
Ensemble KNM - Berlin
KNM is known internationally, not only for its frequent appearances at the major European music festivals such as ars musica Brussels, Donaueschinger Musiktagen, Festival d'Automne à Paris, MaerzMusik, Berlin, musica Strasbourg, settembre musica Torino, UltraSchall - Festival für neue Musik, Berlin, Wiener Festwochen and Wien Modern, but also for its own productions including "HouseMusik", "space+place", "KNM New Music Spa", "The Stereoscope of Solitary Being" or "Clang Cut Book".
Ensemble Adapter (Germany, Iceland)
Adapter is a German-Icelandic ensemble for contemporary
music based in Berlin. The core of the group consists of a quartet with
flute, clarinet, harp and percussion. Together with steady guest
instrumentalists this core grows into chamber music settings with up to
On international concert tours and in the studio Adapter plays world premieres and other selected works of the recent past. The ensemble also produces and co-produces larger interdisciplinary projects - and is interested in exploring and testing the limits of trans-medial approaches in various settings.
In workshops Adapter transfers knowledge of how to write, study and perform contemporary music to composers, instrumentalist and creatives worldwide. Adapter stays in touch with the latest developments in the differing scenes of contemporary creation - maintaining a progressive, authentic and powerful style.
Stockholm Contemporary Guitar Ensemble (Sweden)
Stockholm Contemporary Guitar Ensemble ( S.C.G.E ) is a newly formed ensemble with a focus on contemporary art music. The ensemble consists of Stockolm and Sweden's finest classical guitarists: Georg Gulyás, Joakim Lundström and Ariadna Abreu under the guidance of the composer and musician Mauro Godoy Villalobos. The music is experimental with improvised sections as well complex detailed notation with and without tape/electronics..