Denerin, Henrik Międzynarodowy Festiwal Muzyki Współczesnej Warszawska Jesień

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was born in Sweden in 1978. His education includes an MA in composition with Luca Francesconi at the Malmö Academy of 

Music as well as studies with Karlheinz Stockhausen and musicologist Richard Toop. He is a member of the Society of Swedish Composers, member of the Swedish section of ISCM, voting member of Swedish Performing Rights Society, board member of Levande Musik in Gothenburg, and one of the artistic directors of the newly founded festival Kontinent Dalsland. 

His music has been performed in Europe, Asia, Australia and America by ensembles, orchestras, and musicians such as Ensemble Recherche, Ensemble Aleph, Axelsson & Nilsson Duo, Athelas, Kammerorkester Basel, Gageego!, Norrbotten NEO, L’Instant Donné, Curious Chamber Players, Vertixe Sonora Ensemble. His works has been programmed at international festivals for contemporary music including ISCM, Nordic Music Days, Donauechingen, Summer Courses for New Music in Darmstadt, Mixtur Festival, Melbourne International Arts Festival, Vertixe Vigo Festival, Festival d’Aujourd’hui à Demain, and others. Upcoming works include new pieces for Anders Nyqvist (Klangforum Wien), Moritz Ernst, Ivo Nilsson, Johannes Nästesjö, and a large-scale choreographical chamber work, Fatumeh

Selected works: Rotations-Shadows, electronic music (2009), Decorated Zither for male choir / six solo male voices (2009), Das Ende eines Wintermärchens for ensemble (2014), breathing, version for solo cello (2014), Rhizom for ensemble (2014), verzeitlichung for ensemble (2014–15), monade (diskontinuierliche Endlichkeit) for trio (2015), Beyond the Quintessential Quincunx for ensemble (2016), O ew’ge Nacht for cello, piano and electronics (2016), artaria, version for electronic music (2016), matheme for double trio (2015–16), Simulacrum for chamber orchestra (2016), fluchtlinien for flute with optional percussion / electronics (2015–17), totenkopf for piccolo and Eb clarinet / oboe (2016–17), OPUS INCERTUM for trombone and percussion (2017–18), Ein deutscher Traum for ensemble (2018–19), let the atrocious images haunt us, electronic music (2020), Fernangekommen/Hinweggegangen/Fernglänzend for percussion and live electronics (2020), collide for clarinet, violin, percussion and piano (2019–21), Atmen Sie mit mir... for large ensemble and baroque organ (2021).