Solo percussion concert
A solo percussion concert is a wonderful experience of sounds and gestures that conveys music in ways not seen or heard before.
Explore concerts with new Nordic composers, the new Danish instrument the aluphone and all the contemporary classics of percussion performed by a unique and powerful artist.
Collaborations with some of the most groundbreaking contemporary composers in the world has created some of the most exciting programmes of our time.
"electrified rhytms and magic with held back excitement"
"something never heard or seen before"
(Jan Jacobi, Politiken - Danish National Paper)
Collaborations with composers:
Simon Steen-Andersen (DK)
Laura Bowler (professor Guildhall UK)
Niels Martinsen (DK)
Hans Peter Stubbe Teglbjærg (DK)
Mansoor Hosseini (S)
Niels Rønsholdt (DK)
Li-Ying Wu (Taiwan)
Wayne Siegel (US)
Bent Sørensen (DK)
Peter Bruun (DK)
Karl Aage Rasmussen (DK)
Jexper Holmen (DK)
Eblis Alvarez (Colombia)
Mathias Spahlinger (D)
Axel Borup Jørgensen (DK)
Patricia Alexandrini (I)
Malin Bang (S)
Ivan Fedele (I)
Juliana Hodkinson (UK)
Einar Kanding (DK)
Ivar Frounberg (DK)
Morten Skovgaard Danielsen (DK)
Kasper Jarnum (DK)
De Qin Wen (China)
and many others
The summer 2015 I made a music video with this work, Simon Steen-Andersen wrote to me in 2002 and we reconstructed in 2010. It is one of the most demanding snare drum pieces I know, and the video reflects the many layers in the piece. Videoartist Jacob Nielsen. Watch the video here
The Aluphone is a new invention - a Danish instrument build on aluminium parts for building a hence. The sound is great and I have persuaded a group of the best Danish and international composers to write for the instrument. All Aluphone concert is a meeting with all these great new works. Video
Artistic Research concert
2017-2019 I will be supported by the Danish Arts Counsil in a artistic research project including a videoproduction of one of the major works for marimba and documentary about the process of applying Ki-Aikido principles to my percussion playing.
The Aluphone. Concert in Ribe Cathedral