VIDEOS

Empíreo - for strings, harp and percussion,
awarded with the MPA:s Classical Music Award of the Year - chamber music in 2012




From the premiere at the Stockholm Concert House, the Grünewald Hall, October 16, 2011. The piece was inspired by Isaac Grünewald´s ceiling painting in the Grünewald hall in the Stockholm Concert House. "Empíreo" is Spanish for "empyrean". Empyrean, from the Medieval Latin empyreus is the place in the highest heaven. In 2012 Tarrodi received the MPA:s Classical Music Award of the Year - chamber music for Empíreo.
Laura Stephenson, harp, Daniel Kåse, percussion, Patrik Swedrup, violin, Johannes Lörstad, violin, Riikka Repo, viola, Mikael Sjögren, cello.
Video produced by: dsl film & music productions. Camera: Gunnar Källström, Sebastian Örnemark, David Lindberg. Editing: David Lindberg

Charites - for harp and percussion



From the premiere at the Stockholm Concert House, the Grünewald Hall, October 16, 2011. The piece was inspired by one of Isaac Grünewald´s wall paintings in the Grünewald Hall at the Stockholm Concert House. The painting depicts three women who appear to be dancing in a sort of trance-like way. It´s almost as if they are dancing in their sleep. Many of Grünewald's paintings in the Concert House are inspired by Greek mythology. The painting with the three dancing women makes one think of Greek mythology´s Three Graces, goddesses of dance, feast and joy. In Greek the Three Graces are called 'Chàrites' - hence the title.
Laura Stephenson, harp, Daniel Kåse, percussion
Video produced by: dsl film & music productions. Camera: Gunnar Källström, Sebastian Örnemark, David Lindberg. Editing: David Lindberg

Miroirs - string quartet No 1



From the premiere at the Stockholm Concert House, the Grünewald Hall, October 16, 2011. The piece was inspired by one of Isaac Grünewald´s wall paintings in the Grünewald Hall at the Stockholm Concert House. In the painting, two people are seen facing each other and appear to be conversing. Throughout the piece, different themes and phrases can be heard "conversing" and imitating each other, like reflections in a mirror. The word 'miroirs' is French for 'mirrors'."
Patrik Swedrup, violin, Johannes Lörstad, violin, Riikka Repo, viola, Mikael Sjögren, cello.
Video produced by: dsl film & music productions. Camera: Gunnar Källström, Sebastian Örnemark, David Lindberg. Editing: David Lindberg

Fågeldamen - Bird Lady



Fågeldamen - Bird Lady was inspired by the true story about a woman in Stockholm who kidnapped 11 swans and kept them in her apartment. The video piece was premiered on the 4th of June in 2009 at the Royal College of Music in Stockholm.

YOUTUBE

excerpt from Liguria (2012) for Symphony Orchestra


excerpt from Camelopardalis (2010) for Symphony Orchestra