Saturday 10.3.2018
Doors 18:30, showtime 19:00
Voluntary entry fee 5e

The concert is supported by Puls / Nordisk Kulturfond.


Kim Myhr is one of the leading new voices of the Norwegian experimental music, both as a composer and guitarist. Myhr’s solo music can be described as an orchestral exploration of the 12-string guitar. It remind the listener of early music of Ligeti and of Morton Feldman, but it also contains an energy and simplicity similar to American folk music and Minimal music. He has released three solo records, ‘All Your Limbs Singing’ (2014), ‘Bloom’ (2016), and ‘You | Me’ (2017). The new release features contributions from drummers Tony Buck (The Necks), Hans Hulbækmo (Atomic) and Ingar Zach.
‘You | Me’ received an honourable mention at Nordic Music Prize 2018. Jury stated: “This is a sonically adventurous record, beautifully listenable and immersive but never wilfully difficult, spanning both the sound worlds of contemporary jazz guitar and modern classical music”.
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During 8.-10.3.2018 you can hear Kim Myhr’s music also at Mad House Helsinki. He has composed music for the dance work ‘Shaking The Libidinous’ by Orfee Schuijt (FR/NO).
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Kim Myhr – Sleep nothing, eat nothing

Kim Myhr – Bloom (Hubro) [Full Album]

“Kim Myhr is a master of slow-morphing rhythms and sun-dappled textures that seem to glow from the inside…It’s an album to bolster the spirits and ground the nerves: travelling music for big-sky vistas.” ★★★★ / The Guardian

«Delicate and suffused with beauty, yet exudes a power derived from the clarity of its creative vision. Truly, an ocean of sound.» ★★★★ / MOJO

«A Tremendous Piece of Music» / BBC3 Late Junction

20 Best Classical Releases of 2017. / Scotland Herald


Tuomo Väänänen (Helsinki, Finland) makes sounds and music with both electronic and acoustic means. Sometimes the outcome is built into a grid-like temporal structure, sometimes it flows freely in the space and around the listener. Tuomo is also part of Ljudverket, which is a small record label and a collective of like-minded musicians.

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