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Moskva Film Festival

In jury on MFF/Debut/Short/Animation

and had a seminar in filmmusic

Dec 18-24 2014

 

Dunkel Tango

Dunkel Tango performed

first time with Stockholms Saxophone Quartet

in Fors Church, Eskilstuna

December 10th 2014

 

Illusion

Designer-artist´s Lotta Danfors and

Tess Owessens installation on Kvarnhomen with Thomas Lindahls early

minimalist music from the loudspeakers

Where and when at www.macaroni.se

 

GESÄNGE an BERLIN
Poem: Alfred Lichtenstein (1914)

Music: Thomas Lindahl (2014)

Premiere 20:30 september 9 2014

Unerhörthe Musik im BKA, Berlin.

Trio Kubik (Verena Rein, sopran, Marika Gejrot, cello

och Stefan Paul, klaver)

 

CULTURE SCHOLARS 2014
Cultural Committee decided 2014-05-20 distributing
the city's culture scholarships to Thomas Lindahl

 

The LIGHTS of the PROVINCE
Now finally Jacques Werups and my poetry-concert from

1990 on Spotify and iTunes.

With Sinfonetta Syd and Dina Schneidermann.

 

SEPTEMBER LIGHT
Instrumental suite for 10 musician´s
based on Jacques Werups and Thomas Lindahls

poetry concert the Light´s of the Province
fl, oboe, cl, basson, Fr horn, stringqt, bas
Durata: 16 min

 

SURRO
Radioplay about surrogate mother´s based on a book

by Kajsa Ekis Ekman.
Dramatized and directed by Åsa Melldahl.
Music by Thomas Lindahl. Sung by Sofia Pekkari.
Broadcasted Jan 21st  1.30 P.M. on SR/P1

 

NOW IT BEGINS
Concerts for the whole family, with music from childrens TV
On Gothenburg Opera May 24-26

Music by singer-song-writers and composers as J S Bach,

Gullan Bornemark, Robert Broberg, Jojje Wadenius,

Bengt Hallberg, Björn Isfält and Thomas Lindahl, who brings a new version for

orchestra off the Dieselrats and Seemansmice-music (Dieselråttor och Sjömansmöss)

Gothenburg Opera Choire and Orchestra.

Conductor: Alexander Hansson

 

NEMURU MACHI
Recieves Japanese state prize.
The award is given for "Cultural basis for child health"
Theatre Prize for 2012 awarded Theatre Urinko and performance "Nemuru Machi"

(The Sleeping City). Bernt Höglund, Swedish director and playwright,

wrote the script and directed. "Nemuru machi" is poetic and sparse with the words.

It is a mix of acting, dance, mask-play and puppet theater; and it is the result of a close

collaboration with all the six actors.  The musical material consists of a remix of composer

Thomas Lindahl's music.

 

KARLSSON ON THE ROOF
Suite for winds. (From the opera)

At Nybrokajen/Musikaliska
Premiere 23/3-2013

Stockholms Blåsarsymfoniker
Conductor: Håkan Hardenberger

 

KARLSSON ON THE ROOF
A family-opera in one act.

Royal Opera, Stockholm
Opening March 16, 2013

Music: Thomas Lindahl
Libretto: Mathias Clason

(based on a book by Astrid Lindgren)
Director: Sally Palmqvist
Actors/singers a o: Samuel Jarrick (Karlsson)

and Conny Thimander (Lillebror)

 

NONSENS
Malmö Opera Verkstad 10 years                                    
Jubilee Performing including TL's music from
Dolly's Beauty Shop "If I Die" and "amour, amor, amore"

Both with Maria Sundqvist´lyrics

 

KALLA INGENTING FÖRSENT
A documentary by Jan Troell, Jan Hemmel and

Olle Tannergård about the poet, author and entertainer

Jacques Werup including music from the poetry concerto
PROVINSENS LJUS  Music:Thomas Lindahl Lyrics: Jacques Werup

 

NEMURU MACHI
A dreamplay for the young ones
Opening March 7, 2012
Urinko Theater Nagoya Japan
Music: Thomas Lindahl,

Script and director: Bernt Höglund

Performed during spring 2012 in Tokyo  and surroundings

This play contains older, remixed music by Thomas Lindahl

 

KARLSSON ON THE ROOF
Opera in en akt.

Malmö Opera main stage
Opening December 17, 2011

Music: Thomas Lindahl
Libretto: Mathias Clason

(based on a book by Astrid Lindgren)
Director: Sally Palmqvist
Actors/singers a o : Samuel Jarrick (Karlsson)

and Leif Aruhn-Sole´n (Lillebror)

 

MY MOM IS A DRAGON
Music theatre for the youngest

On Gothenburg Opera stage in Skövde
Premiere´March 5, 2011

Music: Thomas Lindahl
Drama/lyrics: Irena Kraus

(based on a book by Pija Lindenbaum)
Director: Mia Ringblom-Hjertner
Actors/singers a o: Ulrika Tenstam (Mom)

och Jacob Wistrand (Åke)