Submerging into the Peaceful Sea – 2017
Submerging into the Peaceful Sea is a piece where the listener will experience a journey from the surface of a big sea to the very deep, deep bottom of it. The music goes from being calm and ambient to lively with mixed senses of adventure and uncertainty. The style is in one way minimalistic but still variable with changing dynamics, tempos and orchestral sounds and effects. Submerging into the Peaceful Sea was composed in 2017 for a workshop with NorrlandsOperans symfoniorkester, Umeå, Sweden.
Planet X – 2016
Planet X is about the idea of an unknown planet that is slowly coming closer to us. The music is atmospheric, big and majestic with a lot of spectral sounds and dynamic effects. The whole piece is written in a strict retrograde form, which means it would sound exactly the same if it would be performed backwards. Planet X was composed in 2016 for a workshop with NorrlandsOperans symfoniorkester, Umeå, Sweden.
Multiverse – 2014
My first symphonic piece Multiverse is about the theory of parallel universes. I wrote the piece shortly after my grandfathers passing, wishing that I could have been seeing him in a parallell universe where he still lived. The music contains groups of triad chords stacked on top of eachother and colourful orchestration. Multiverse was composed in 2016 for a workshop with NorrlandsOperans symfoniorkester, Umeå, Sweden.