Ternion Quartet recording


Lot's of things going on. The Ternion Quartet recorded our debut album a few weeks ago, and Dieter Düvelmeyer took some great photos. Look here, and stay tuned for samples of the music. Read more...

Recording The Ternion Quartet


October 9 & 10 we will be recording our debut album with all the music we have played the last year and a half. Looking much forward to getting this documented, and get the music out to a wider audience.

More great Ternion pics!


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Pictures from last night w/Ternion Quartet


Watch pictures here from our very fun concert at Musikinstrumenten-Museum in Berlin.

Ternion Quartet at MIM, Berlin


Excited to share with you that Ternion Quartet is performing at the 10 year anniversary for Jazz at Musikinstrumentenmuseum in Berlin. That is July 28, starting at 7:30 pm. More here

Composing for Norrbotten Big Band


 Throughout 2016 I have the good fortune of writing new music for Norrbotten Big Band (S). Four times this year I am visiting them in Luleå; rehearsing ideas, rehearsing parts and sections of the new music, trying out  sounds and approaches, and receiving inputs from all the great musicians in the band. Then I go home and write more music, develop the ideas I like and give free flow to the inspiration and new ideas that comes around. On November 12, we end this project with a concert and live-transmission on Swedish National Radio with 80 minutes of new music written specifically for - and with - Norrbotten Big Band. 

Currently being half ways through I testify that I love this process, and I am really thankful to get the opportunity to work with this amazing band, in exactly this way. It is a wonderful puzzle I am solving; finding the right balance between my musical visons and ambitions for the project and the strengths and capabilities of the band AND the individual indentities of the outstanding musicians in the band.

And now: - back to writing:)


A long awaited update!

It is time for an update:

Since last I enjoyed a great 2 weeks 'composers residency' at the Amalfi Coast. It was a fruitful and really nice trip, and there is not many places in the world where I'd rather go to compose music. The bi-daily walk down and up the 1600 stairs, between Scala and Amalfi was also enjoyable and tremendously beneficial for mind and body. And the inspiration the more or less automatically comes to me, being in this setting and among intelligent and hard-thinking and focued people was once again in-comparable. 


San Cataldo

Read more...20 days countdown starts today, for my two weeks 'composer's retreat' at the beautiful old cloister San Cataldo on the Amalfi Coast, that I last visited 9 years ago!  I am lucky and appreciative of the opportunity and looking much forward to this concentrateed period working on music for Norrbotten Big Band. 


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