Posted on March 18, 2019
Ever wondered how life is in Laponia Improvisations? Here a recording from one of our sessions led by Lauri Hyvärinen.
Us in this:
Jaakko Arola: Tenorisaksofoni
Lauri Hyvärinen: Sähkökitara
Jux Kinnunen: Sähkökitara ja tee se itse “syna”
Katja Lamberg: Alttosaksofoni
Vesa Lehko: Bassoklarinetti
Ari Lehtinen: Kontrabasso
Tom Lönnqvist: Sähköpiano
Sami Raitola: Rummut
Ville Sirviö: Sähkökitara
Markku Toikkanen: Sähkökitara
Posted on March 15, 2019
Got a sponsorship to work on ambisonic 3D recordings. Started today at Sipoonkorpi Nationalpark.
Posted on March 10, 2019
My new album is out and this count has gone down from 99 to zero!
Posted on January 22, 2019
Started as part of the Laponia Improvisation collective. At the moment we are looking into composition and classical dramaturgy. It has been rewarding and looking forward to go further from here to where ever it will take me, how ever it will happen.
Posted on January 18, 2019
We had our first residency of the new cross disciplinary art project Inter-floral Mint Box at STL Tallin. It was interesting to see how a project we’ve been planning and seeking funds for for almost a year got its first actual work done. We had a showing on tuesday 1.8 and had a good amount of people coming to watch us and happily giving us good feedback.
Here a picture from the showing.
As it can be seen the project evolves around the colour mint green. We are also exploring Inter-floral ways of communication and working in a collective process.
Our group is:
+producer Riikka Thitz
The project is supported by SKR Uusimaa, Koneen Säätiö and Taike
Posted on December 3, 2018
Sulamisvesissä is now out for listening on YLE Areena. This is a project of Henna Laininen and Eero Nieminen that I collaborated in with some music and field recordings.
As part of it there is also an exhibition at Exhibiton Laboratory in Helsinki.
That installation by Fabian Nyberg, Henna Laininen and Eero Nieminen was definitely worth a view!
We also played a live set with Eero and trumpet player Markus Virtala at the diskussion event that was part of the exhibition. The discussion was interesting with a lot of good points from Prof. Mikael Hildén, Dr. Panu Pihkala, Paula Sankelo, Henna Laininen and Kaisa Kortekallio.