• Chanticleer goes Sixten!

    November 29
    The Trust Performing Arts Center, Lancaster, PA
    December 1
    Weinberg Center for the Arts, Frederick, MD
    December 3, 5
    St. Ignatius Loyola Church, New York, NY
    December 7, 8
    Fourth Presbyterian Church, Chicago, IL
    December 9
    Bradley Symphony Center, Milwaukee, WI
    December 14
    Walt Disney Concert Hall, Los Angeles, CA
    December 16
    Memorial Church, Stanford University, Stanford, CA
  • New cool things!

    My piece “There is no rose of such vertu” is represented on the famous international choral conductor’s competition Rudolf Gandoli in Parma, Italy


    Two brand new recordings with a really fine Norwegian ensemble called Bragernes Youth choir and are available on different platforms, among them Spotify:

    Rejoice! – SSAA-choir, trumpet and organ

    God we praise Thee – SSAA-choir and piano

  • 40 years anniversary

    On November 7th 1981 I composed this piece, POEM for piano solo. Exactly 40 years later I recorded it, November 7th 2021. This piece still remains on my official work-list.

  • 2022 upcoming!

    The Pandemic is finally loosing its grip. Amazing! All my 5 oratorios will be performed next year including the world premier of St Matthew passion (Musikkforlagene). 2022 is my 60th anniversary and will also include a lot of other big premieres such as “Gloria”for 2 soloists, mixed choir and symphony orchestra in Germany. Premier recordings of 4 Motets a cappella as well as premieres of “Quattuor Elementa” and “Mater Creatoris” to mention a few. I believe I’m a very fortunate and blessed contemporary composer!

  • New worked delivered!
  • A short update!
  • A world premiere on March 1st 2021!

    The world famous Saxophone player, Anders Paulsson, premieres my Sarabande which he commissioned in his newly launched series “Solitary poems” for saxophone solo. You can take part of the premiere on You tube which will take place on March 1st at 12 (noon).

    This unique piece will be available on Norsk Musikforlag! Links to follow.

    Please support this fundraising project:

  • Flash! The four Elements!
  • New Commission – Canterbury Cathedral!

    Sam Corkin, a professional Saxophonist from Kent, UK has launched a new exciting project where a selection of Composers are to re-imagine famous choral works from the past. My choice is “O Nata Lux” by Thomas Tallis (1505-1585). The premier recording of this work will take place in June together with 13 other commissioned pieces. The public World premieres are planned for 2022.

    Stay tuned!

  • New collaboration & commission
  • Award!

    I was just awarded a Scholarship from the Society of Swedish Composers due to my accomplishments during last year. It’s a true honor!


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