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Public Behaviour is granted by Arts Council Norway

HKKS has commissioned a new percussion concerto by Henrik Hellstenius. The concerto Public Behaviour is now granted by Arts Council Norway and will be premiered in 2019 – 2020, with the musical support of Stavanger Symphony Orchestra and Nordic Voices.

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Playing Fancies with Le Voci

Amongst the best experiences working as a musician, are the ones that relate to my friendship with conductor Grete Pedersen. She always encourages me to go above and beyond of what I thought I was capable of. My marimba arrangements of Sven-Eric Johanson´s Fancies came as a result of Grete´s creative mind: “Why piano when …

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Spring and Summer performances

HKKS´s spring and summer activities display HKKS´s continuously engagement in the chamber music field.  This year also marks the 100 years since Igor Stravinsky´s masterpiece The Soldier´s Tale was composed, which HK will perform throughout Europe together with violinists Florian Donderer, Daniel Hope and Christian Tetzlaff. At Schwetzingen Festspiele, HK will do his premiere performances of the …

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3 weeks ago

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Last concert before the summer break: 
Soldier’s Tale with Daniel Hope and the Frenchies in Neubrandenburg. 
Touchours une fête:)!

Last concert before the summer break:
Soldier’s Tale with Daniel Hope and the Frenchies in Neubrandenburg.
Touchours une fête:)!
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4 weeks ago

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In Bad Kissingen for the 2nd concert of Soldier’s Tale. Excited:)! With Daniel HopeImage attachment

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4 weeks ago

Hans-Kristian Kjos Sørensen
Tonight in Philharmonie Essen: Playing Stravinsky´s Soldier´s Tale featuring longtime friends Daniel Hope, Patrick Messina and Jean Raffard. Always a treat!

Tonight in Philharmonie Essen: Playing Stravinsky´s "Soldier´s Tale" featuring longtime friends Daniel Hope, Patrick Messina and Jean Raffard. Always a treat! ... See MoreSee Less

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Finally back in Heimbach for 4 days of chamber music fun!!!Image attachmentImage attachment

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