Dror Feiler & Mats Lindström + Yoann Durant


Doors: 19:00
Tickets: 150/100SEK

Mats Lindström & Dror Feiler
Mats Lindström work as a composer and a musician, often with live-electronics and with live performance, intermedia, scenic elements and visual arts as a complement to the music He has worked with music for theatre, radio art and dance. Lindström has designed and constructed a number of unique electronic musical instruments and apparatuses. During the 1990s he worked for the Fylkingen society, both as a producer and as Chairman. Since 2004 he is the artistic director of EMS, Elektronmusikstudion, in Sweden. He regularly gives lectures on sound art and the history of the Swedish electronic music scene.

Dror Feiler, described as "music trasher , saxophone screamer and a computer terrorist", is a composer, saxophonist, artist and political activist. Born in 1951 in Tel Aviv, Israel, and living in Sweden since 1973. Dror Feiler has performed and recorded music with orchestras and ensembles and as a soloist in Sweden, Russia, Yugoslavia, Serbia, Bosnia, Croatia, United Kingdom, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Belarus, Lithuania, Latvia, Austria, Switzerland, France, Israel, Palestine, Netherlands, Hungary, Norway, Germany, Japan, Colombia, Mexico, USA, Brazil and Argentina. He has composed music for Ensemble Modern, Klangforum Wien, Hessischer Rundfunk, Bayerischer Rundfunk Symphony, BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, Neo, Krommata Percussion Ensemble, Kwartludium, Ascolta, Contrechamps, Ensemble New Music Tallinn, Vertixsonora, Stavanger Symphony Orchestra, Greek Radio Orchestra and Black Page Orchestra (Vienna).

Dror Feiler's music has been performed (selection) at Stockholm New Music Festival, Donaueschingen Musiktage, Huddersfield Music Festival, Wien Modern, Tectonics Festival, Musikprotokoll, Svensk Musik Vår and Steirischer Herbst.

In 1976, Dror Feiler founded the improvisation group LOKOMOTIV KONKRET. Since 1983 he is the artistic director of THE TOO MUCH TOO SOON ORCHESTRA.

Yoann Durant

Yoann Durant
Plaisir Aéré
Saxophones, tubes, microphone, laptop


Production: Fylkingen