Ensemble

Ensemble

 

 

Saga Fagerström (flute)

 

Flutist Saga Fagerström is from Linköping and has studied at the Academy of Music and Drama in Gothenburg. Important teachers and flutists include Annica De Val, Håvard Lysebo, Gitte Marcusson and Göran Marcusson. During her education Saga's interest in contemporary music has grown stronger and, from autumn 2017, she is taking a break from the bachelor’s program in flute performance to study composition at Gotlands tonsättarskola. Her ambitions lie in both disciplines. Aside from her studies she is a freelance flutist primarily in and around Linköping and Gothenburg.

 

 

 

 

 

Anton Wigh (clarinet)

 

Anton is a chamber and orchestra-musician based in Gothenburg where he is currently studying the post-graduate program for interpretation at the Academy of Music and Drama, from which institution he also holds a bachelor’s degree in classical music performance. With one foot in the tradition and one in the future, Anton is using his versatility as a clarinettist to explore all corners of classical and contemporary repertoire, as well as composing music of his own. As both composer and musician he always seeks a deeply emotional connection with every note and sound.

 

 

Elisabeth Klinck (violin)

 

Elisabeth Klinck is a violinist and performance-artist born in Belgium where she is currently earning her master’s degree at Luca School of Arts (Lemmensinstituut, Leuven). Through her long standing interest in contemporary music she has performed pieces by, among others, Simon Steen-Andersen, Stefan Prins, Eveline Vervliet, Madeleine Jonsson Gille, Zhong Yun, Alexander Schubert, Cyriel De Clippel, Luciano Berio, at festivals such as Ferienkurse für Neue Musik (Darmstadt), TRANSIT festival STUK (Leuven) and What’s Next Festival (Brussels). Apart from creating her own music and performances/installations, she is also the founder and violinist of the Belgian based contemporary music ensemble NEMØ.

 

Website: www.cargocollective.com/eklinck

 

 

 

Nils Henriksson (piano)

 

Composer and pianist living in Gothenburg (Sweden) where he is currently earning his master’s degree in composition at the Academy of Music and Drama. His compositional output is focused on instrumental music, ranging from solo and chamber-music to pieces for larger orchestra-settings, as well as pieces for unspecified instrumentation or any number of players. As a musician he has been performing pieces by contemporary classics such as Feldman, Stockhausen, Cage and Cardew, as well as new compositions by young colleagues. He regularly collaborates with a wide range of musicians, lately in duo-setting with pianist and improviser Zoe Efstathiou.

 

Website: www.nilshenriksson.se

 

 

 

Sven Risberg (cello)

 

Sven Risberg is an eagerly active and sought-after cellist, freelancing mainly the areas of Linköping, Stockholm and Gothenburg, where he also lives and studies at the Academy of Performing Arts. He has participated in masterclasses with Truls Mörk, Niles Ullner and Stefano Vegetti and lessons and courses with Louisa Tuch, Claes Gunnarsson and Torstein Dalene.

 

In later years he has played within a broad range of projects including as guest solists with Örnsköldsvik musiksällskap, in LYRC-orchestra, as an orchestral-player in various theater- and stageplays, and with Ensemble Dasein.

 

 

 

Sigurdur Arni Jonsson (conductor)

 

Sigurdur Arni Jonsson is an Icelandic composer and conductor. His music ranges from choral works and solo pieces to more expansive chamber and orchestral works. He has studied composition and conducting in Reykjavík, Århus, Gothenburg and Piteå. His pieces have been performed by performers such as Norrköping Symphony Orchestra (SE),Musica Vitae (SE), Esbjerg Ensemble (DK), Caput New Music Ensemble (IS), Melodia chamber choir (IS) and Söngsveitin Fílharmónía (IS) and his works have been featured at events including Dark Music Days in Reykjavík, Ung Nordisk Musik 2017 and New Directions Festival 2016.

 

Website: www.sajonsson.com

 

 

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