Lundén, Ida International Festival of Contemporary Music Warsaw Autumn

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Composer and performer active mainly in the fields of chamber, electronic and improvised music. In the last few years she has attracted attention with her highly imaginative works and frequently unusual combinations of instruments such as old answering machines with percussion, or bass singers with double basses. Her concerts and performances have formed the core of projects such as VevGhosting, and Orgel. Her work Songs My Mothers Taught Me was nominated for the Nordic Council Music Prize 2016. In 2011–13 she was composer-in-residence at the Swedish Radio P2. 

Her music has been performed at festivals such as Musica Nova in Helsinki, Klang in Copenhagen, Piano+ in Karlsruhe, Tokyo Jazz Festival, and Nordic Music Days. She regularly cooperates with musicians, choreographers, and artists in other disciplines. 

Selected works: DadoDado for guitar (2003), Han for voice and tape (2003), Susa Donker Low for eight basses and four double basses (2013), Verktum for piano and electronics (2014), Songs My Mothers Taught Me for cello and electronics (2013), Orgel for nine hanging organs, installation (with Johanna Mårtensson, 2016), Tyskamossarnas Suglu for flute and ensemble (2017), Ba-ro-me-ter for piano and electronics (2018), BVMJ for chamber orchestra and improvising orchestra (2019), Vev for six large noise machines (with Johanna Mårtensson, 2019).