it is of utmost importance for society that the different musical expressions of our time are articulated and made available
our western musical arts tradition – in so far the way music is capable – plants a seed for deeper understanding of the world.
the accessibility – beyond our artist credo – also becomes a cultural policy; to work to enable the composition and performance of new music.
With these common values, based on individual standing points, the 17 members of KammarensembleN decide on our repertoire and the best ways to engage with our audience; both with the faithful listeners but also with a new audience.
The ensemble’s activities rest on two pillars.
to convey modern classical and contemporary works – both Swedish and foreign – crucially for new listeners
new compositions get a chance to be performed.
We collaborate with composers, concert organizers, producers, festivals and performers, both at home and abroad. This is how it has been since our beginning in 1984.
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3´15 april. 2019
Hear newly written compositions and acoustic electronic music with the Axelsson & Nilsson duo, Norbotton NEO, KammarernsembleN and more. The concerts are composed and directed by students at Stockholm’s Royal College of Music.
Read full biographies of the ensemble members below
Swedish born violist Göran Fröst has performed as soloist and chamber musician in most European countries and Japan. As a member of Kammarensemblen since 2007, he is a keen interpreter of the modern repertoire and has had many pieces written for him. He works frequently with Chamber Orchestra of Europe and 2011-2014 he held the […]
KammarensembleN, since the ensembles founding, has regularly sought to reinvigorate the concert form by inviting artists and actors to explore new staging opportunities, with dance playing a significant role over the years. We recently performed a work by Sven-David Sandström with choreography by Susanne Jaresand. And a forthcoming project presents “Chaplin Operas”, a work by the British composer Benedict Mason. The work is an all-in-one performance in which the music is composed for three Chaplin films.