Sunday, September 11 is the premiere of Ann Roséns concert installation ZO-4. This first performance takes place in the Eric Ericson Hall and is held in connection with the celebration of Skepsholmens Day, 2011th
ZO-4 is a work in which an ever rising timbre meets electronic noise. Dressed in black with personal opportunistic accessories, choreographed singers will succeed one another for an entire day. The movement of the audience and the singers are part of the score and will be interpreted by live electronic musicians.
Featuring singer from Plica Vocalise, Annas kör, Stans kör, Shhh kören and musicians Lise-Lotte Norelius, Jacob Riis and Sten-Olof Hellström.
World premiere: Sunday, September 11, 2011, at 11.00 -17.00
Location: Eric Ericsonhallen, Skeppsholmen, Stockholm
ZO-4 is the fourth and final movement in Ann Roséns work Zonula Occludens. The work is based on the idea of an eternally rising tone (cf. Shepard tone). The work with ZO-4 has been assisted by Lena Frilund, singer and director and Carina Törnblom, producer.
The first performance of ZO-4 is a collaboration between Ann Rosen, Eric Ericson International Choral Centre and the Electronic Music Studio/Statens Musikverk. With support by The Swedish Arts Grants Committeé and the Helge Ax: son Johnson Foundation.