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New chamber opera by Louise Alenius

The world premiere of a work that invites the audience into a dysfunctional family. A grippingly hushed affair awaits when Silent Zone – Louise Alenius’s newly composed chamber opera – invites the audience into a dysfunctional family. A taboo-ridden event has robbed the daughter of the house of her language, prompting her brother to investigate the past on their shared behalf. Louise wrote her libretto after gathering statements from people who have had abuse up-close – and know how difficult it is to break a taboo once it’s settled in the walls, in the family, in the body. Photo credit: Olafur Steinar Gestsson / CPH Opera Festival

Hans Abrahamsen and Bryce Dessner at Haven Festival

Hans Abrahamsen is one of the greatest living Danish composers. His magnum opus, 'Schnee', will be performed in association with Copenhagen Contemporary on Saturday 12 August at midday. Acting as a satellite stage for HAVEN, the gallery will open its doors to festival-goers for the event entitled 'Snow in Summer', in which the large unadorned halls will be the venue for a performance of Abrahamsen’s masterpiece presented by Crash Ensemble and directed by Alan Pierson. 'Schnee' has generated excitement throughout the music world, not least with Bryce Dessner from The National, who will join with Abrahamsen after the concert to discuss the work and the contemporary classical world in general. http://www.musicsalesclassical.com/composer/work/1/34990#

'Never Have Enough' on Spotify playlist: Feel Good Indie Rock


Carnival Youth at Indie Music Week in NYC

Carnival Youth will showcase their talent in NYC at Indie Music Week. Pianos, 7th of June at 7:30 PM https://consequenceofsound.net/2017/05/consequence-of-sound-to-present-the-reeperbahn-festival-during-nycs-indie-week/

Fallulah to play Roskilde Festival

Prepare for something special. Under the HUN SOLO name, five women get together to play solo shows http://www.roskilde-festival.dk/music/2017/hun-solo?view=poster

Porøset #7 by Louise Alenius at the Royal Danish Theatre

One single person in the audience at a time. 60 sold out performances during three days. It's time for Louise Alenius to perform her 7th version of Porøset at the Royal Danish Theatre on May 19-21.

The Music Sales Group acquires Bleu Blanc Rouge

London based Music Sales Group has completed the acquisition of Bleu Blanc Rouge from legendary Belgian record producer and songwriter Jean Kluger. BBR was established by Huguette and Jean Kluger in Paris in 1967 and includes a string of timeless hits written by Jean Kluger in partnership with Daniel Vangarde, including 'D.I.S.C.O.', 'Cuba', 'Que Sera Mi Vida (If You Should Go)', 'Hands Up' and many more.Listen here https://open.spotify.com/user/musicsalescreativefr/playlist/0HWtRBFi123AsNFQW3bZQy

Carnival Youth winner of the 2016 European Border Breakers Awards (EBBA)

'No Clouds Allowed’ is the title of Carnival Youth’s debut album: a beautiful, clever indie folk record, with modern rhythms, sharp lyrics, fresh keys and melancholic melodies. As far as their sound is concerned, Carnival Youth is somewhere between Bombay Bicycle Club and Arcade Fire, and in 2014 ‘No Clouds Allowed’ won a prize for best debut album in their home country of Latvia. They are currently working on their second album.The EBBA show also featured outstanding performances by other 2016 winners: Álvaro Soler (ES), Aurora (NO), Kovacs (NL), Oscar and The Wolf (BE), Seinabo Sey (SE) and SOAK (IE). The other 2016 EBBA winners – Christine and The Queens (FR), Robin Schulz (DE) and Years & Years (UK) - could not perform at the show. In the upcoming year the EBBA TV show will be broadcasted by several European public broadcasters. Parts of the show can be watched through the Youtube channel of the EBBA.

New Danish comedy "Dan Dream" feat. Patrulje by Kliché

"Ai ai aii shå shå shå shå shåoooå" Danish 80's hit "Patrulje" by Kliché is used in Casper Christensen and Frank Hvam's new comedy "Dan Dream". The film is a tribute to dreamers & eccentrics and the song is used in the trailers and full length in the film for a montage scene. Kliché 1982 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZnrvP2CGtv0

Jacob Groth scores new Danish tv-series 'Radio Mercur'

Radio Mercur was a legendary Danish pirate radio. In the late 50’s they were challenging the Danish radio monopoly from their ship based in the sea between Denmark and Sweden, right outside of Copenhagen. A Danish Radio Luxemburg so to speak. The great story of Radio Mercur is now being filmed as a TV Series, with the score music created by Jacob Groth, alongside hits from Tommy Steele, Elvis Presley, Ib Glindemann, Nina & Frederik, Grethe & Jørgen Ingmann, Raquel Rastenni, Alice Babs, Birthe Wilke and Otto Brandenburg. Executive producer is Adam Price, who also wrote the script for ”Borgen”, and produced by Stine Meldgaard and Sven Clausen. Script by Søren Frellesen and directors are Charlotte Sachs Bostrup and Mogens Hagedorn. The series will be starring Andreas Jessen, Neel Rønholt and Jon Lange, as well as fine selection of Danish award-winning stars; Stephania Potalivo, Charlotte Fich, Peter Gantzler, Jesper Lohmann, Henrik Birch, Rasmus Botoft, Susanne Storm, Steen Stig Lommer and Ken Vedsegaard. The series will start up in the spring 2017 on TV2 Charlie. Picture of one of the main characters Andreas Jessen, by Carsten Andersen / TV 2

Harts Signs to Washington Square / Razor & Tie

The rising Melbourne singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Harts has signed to Washington Square Music, an imprint of Razor & Tie. Fusing pop, funk and psychedelic rock seamlessly through his eclectic musicianship and production work, Harts has mesmerized fans, critics and even the late Prince who proclaimed, “he reminds me of myself at that age.” Harts has charmed audiences from Pinkpop Festival to SXSW 2016 with his Hendrix-influenced guitar style, dance-oriented tracks and impressive showmanship. His most recent accomplishments include being GQ Australia’s Artist of the Year (2016), as well as having several songs featured on Triple J’s desired ‘Hit List.’ Both Harts and Washington Square / Razor & Tie Co-Owner Cliff Chenfeld reflect on the announcement: “It's no secret the US birthed and nurtured a lot of the music and artists that influenced me to become what I am today,” said Harts. “I've had my heart set on establishing myself, and a fan base for myself here for many years. I'm thrilled to now be working with the team at Washington Square to make that happen. I'm excited for the journey ahead and I'm looking forward to spending time, finding success in the US.” “Harts is a sensation,” says Washington Square/Razor & Tie Co-Owner Cliff Chenfeld. “It is rare to see a new artist who both can write amazing, undeniable songs and play every instrument on his album. Harts is the real deal and we are very excited to be his partner.” Look out for the U.S. debut of Smoke Fire Hope Desire this summer and watch HARTs’ first video release “Power” here. For more information, visit Washington Square Music.

Hommage â Paul Bley w. Carsten Dahl, Fredrik Lundin, Nils Bo Davidsen & Anders Vestergaard

Carsten Dahl pays tribute to one the visionaries of modern jazz, the late Paul Bley (1932-2016), on the opening night of Vinterjazz http://jazz.dk/en/vinterjazz-2017/concerts/21703/

Hauschka performs at Frost Festival on February 7th 2017

Prepare yourself to get immersed in labyrinthine piano and amazed by visual artist Carnovsky’s color sensitive scenography. With his trademark piano preparations and electronic processing, Cologne’s Hauschka creates fragile and evocative landscapes of layers, timbres and beats http://frostfestival.dk/2017/events/rgb-black-hauschka/

Spectacular film concert will open SPOT festival 2017


Fallulah nominated for 4 Gaffa Awards

We are pround to announce that Fallulah is nominated in four categories for the Danish Gaffa Award: - Best Danish Album Release (Perfect Tense) - Best Danish Female Artist - Best Danish Pop Release (Perfect Tense) - Best Danish Live Performer The award show will take place in Odense on March 11th 2017 http://gaffa.dk/prisen

Music Sales signs composer Jed Kurzel

Music Sales are proud to announce the signing of award-winning composer and musician Jed Kurzel. Jed started his musical career as frontman to the Australian Duo The Mess Hall who in 2007 were awarded with the prestigious Australian Music Prize for their album Devil's Elbow. From his success in The Mess Hall, Jed went on to show his talents in film composing, scoring for feature films including 'The Babadoor', 'Slow West' where Jed won for the second time the Screen Music Award for Feature Film Score of the Year, and Macbeth which premiered at last year's Cannes Film Festival. Jed is now working on his next project of his first studio film acoring of 'Assassin's Creed: Time Out Of Mind' and we cannot wait to see where he goes next.

Solomon Grey Announce Album & Tour

Solomon Grey announce their debut self-titled album, released on Decca. The album hits the shelves 18th March 2016 and is followed by a UK tour. The first single of the album, Sweet 84, premiered on The Line of Best Fit as Song of the Day and is available to purchase now. Check out the band's website for more information, gig tickets and pre-orders for the album.


Golden Globe wining film Joy is the story of the title character, who rose to become founder and matriarch of a powerful family business dynasty. Starring Jennifer Lawrence and Robert De Niro the movie includes Music Sales songs 'A House with love in it', 'The Name Game', 'Somethin' Stupid', Prokofiev's Cinderella and 'Past Three O'Clock'. Watch the trailer here.

2016 Grawemeyer Award for Hans Abrahamsen

The prestigious Grawemeyer Award for Music Composition has this year been given to Edition Wilhelm Hansen composer Hans Abrahamsen for his orchestral song cycle let me tell you. The work, setting a text by Paul Griffiths, was premiered in 2013 by the Berlin Philharmonic conducted by Andris Nelsons. The soprano part was sung by Barbara Hannigan to whom the work is dedicated. The Grawemeyer Awards announcement states: ’My words may be poor but they will have to do,’ intones Ophelia in the opening poem. Abrahamsen’s score infuses those limited words with emotional nuance and depth, said Grawemeyer award director Marc Satterwhite.’The vocal lines exquisitely mirror Griffiths’ fragile texts of the doomed Ophelia,’ said Satterwhite. ’The orchestra is a partner rather than mere accompanist and the composer draws a huge array of colors from the orchestra, delicate and shimmering more often than not, but occasionally in fuller force.’Hans Abrahamsen is the first Dane to receive the Grawemeyer Award. let me tell you is the second Grawemeyer Award-winning work on which music critic, poet and novelist Paul Griffiths collaborated. He also wrote the libretto for Marco Polo, which won Tan Dun the 1998 Grawemeyer Award in Music Composition. let me tell you has had an overwhelming 18 performances since its world premiere in December 2013 and more are planned, including the US premiere in January 2016 with the Cleveland Orchestra, to be conducted by Frans Welser-Möst with Barbara Hannigan as the soloist. The Cleveland Orchestra will give the New York Premiere at Carnegie Hall, then the Boston Symphony Orchestra will be perform the work in February. let me tell you also received the Royal Philharmonic Society Award for Large-Scale Composition in 2015.The work has been recorded and is scheduled for release on Winter&Winter in early January 2016. The artists are Barbara Hannigan and Andris Nelsons with the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra. - See more at: http://www.musicsalesclassical.com/news/3336#sthash.Yfa9gxy6.dpuf

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