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Germany back and forth – Spannungen Festival in Heimbach

Since joining in on the 10-years anniversary concert with violinist Florian Donderer and cellist Tanja Tetzlaff at Sendesaal Bremen, I am now back home preparing for the Spannungen Festival in Heimbach. This year at Spannungen will see many premieres for me. It will my first time doing Naturale by Luciano Berio for viola, percussion and …

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Cimbalom Autumn

This autumn has been in the sign of the Cimbalom. First playing with John Adams and the Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra the extraordinaire Scheherazade 2.0, the 50 minutes violin concerto with the huge cimbalom obligato included. And then, before the concert, Mr.Adams approached me and asking me to join him in Rome, Italy, the week after …

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Flosshatten er klar🎩

Had the Immense pleasure of premiering (again) Øyvind Mæland’s piece Songs in between Barren Landscapes at Tou on Saturday. Going back to Oslo from Stavanger the next morning gave further thoughts and inspiration when driving through the landscapes of Ryfylke and Telemark in southern Norway.
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Getting ready for Rebonds by Iannis Xenakis at Molyvos Castle. 
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Getting ready for Rebonds by Iannis Xenakis at Molyvos Castle.
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Fantastiske kulisser👍 Der skulle en vøri🤗❤️ Ha det gøy bror🥁🎼😎

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Hans-Kristian Kjos Sørensen

Shivering by the thought that tomorrow night I will play Iannis Xenakis’ solo percussion piece Psappha here at Molivos Castle at Lesbos in 🇬🇷. The piece is named after the Greek poet Sappho who lived and worked here in Lesbos 6th century BC. Her style was lyrical and sensual and her words were often sung accompanied by a lyre.
Psappha comes home.
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I played this piece with the Manhattan Percussion Ensemble when I was a student at Manhattan School of Music! Iy was a lot of fun!!

Wow what a venue for this work! It’s home!!!! You WILL BE FANTASTIC as always 😎😎😎😎😎👌🏻

Which pieces? Super area Molyvos👍🏻

Go HK!!!

Kult Kjos 👍

Heftig👍

Juhu!

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