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LUPiNO Live! Now the spring program is here!
LUPiNO Live! Now the spring program is here!
Ida Karlsson/Kathrine Windfeld
(Ida Karlsson – saxophone, Kathrine Windfeld – piano)
(Vidya-Liselotte Sundberg – vocals/piano, Johan Graden – keyboard, Felisia Westberg – bass, Jon Fält – drums)
SAT 18/3 at the CHAPEL
Trio Generations
(Maggie Nicols – voice, Lisa Ullén – piano, Matilda Rolfsson – bass drum/percussion)
Lindha Kallerdahl/Fabian Kallerdahl
(Lindha Kallerdahl – voice, Fabian Kallerdahl – piano)
Audrey Chen/Katt Hernandez
(Audrey Chen – cello/voice, Katt Hernandez – violin)
Lisa Grotherus Quartet
(Band TBA)
A warm welcome to the spring's first Lupino Live evening. With this, we want to open the gates for a magnificent Lupino year.
Acts of the evening:
PAAVO 2 - CANCELED! Unfortunately, Paavo has to cancel his concert. But instead comes:
We are delighted to be able to welcome Sofia Jernberg Solo instead.
Sofia Jernberg, based in Oslo, can otherwise be heard with The New Songs, Trondheim Jazz Orchestra, Fire Orchestra, etc.
During tonight's concert, we will hear the following:
Solo (Sofia Jernberg) - 15 min
Julius Eastman "Prelude to the Holy presence of Joan d'Arc" 12 min (for solo voice).
ANNA HÖGBERG & PER TEXAS JOHANSSON jump in at the last second and play a duo for us. Much pleasure!
Entrance: SEK 100 adult, SEK 50 for student/impra member
The concert room is accessible, but the toilet is not. Get in touch if you have any questions about this.
With the support of Stockholm City, Swedish Jazz and Stockholm County County Council.
LUPiNOLiVE 18/3: Trio Generations + Lindha & Fabian Kallerdahl

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A warm welcome to the second evening of spring at Lupino Live. This evening we have the honor to present none other than Trio Generations and Lindha Kallerdahl & Fabian Kallerdahl. The concert is held at the Chapel (T-bana Odenplan/St Eriksplan).
About tonight's acts:
Lindha Kallerdahl (SE) – Voice
Fabian Kallerdahl (SE) – Piano
Maggie Nicols (UK) – Voice
Lisa Ullén (SE) – Prepared grand piano
Matilda Rolfsson (NO/SE) - Bass drum, percussion
Entrance: SEK 100 Impra member/student: SEK 50
Doors 19.30!
about 8 p.m
about 21.00
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Klubb Kom In 25/4 Hurrakel The Show – Glitterfittan – Ylva Howard!
It's time for another epic Klubb Kom In evening, this time in collaboration with GMLSTN Jazz! ♫
Read more in the event on Facebook or on our website,
Hurray The Show!
Anna Lund was awarded in 2016 with the P2 Jazzkatten as the newcomer of the year, now the drummer releases the debut album with his band HURRAKEL!
Hurrakel the Show is a release concert for Hurrakel's debut album wrapped in a refreshing performance format. It is a 1 hour long show where the band collaborates with two stage artists. Anna Lund is a director, screenwriter and composer and plays the queen-like, grandiose, mammoth, musty and magnificent drum-playing character Alfa-Ankan.
Resurrection and death, newly written jazz music, the last supper. A new exciting form of jazz concert, a miracle and a spectacle, poetic, pompous, playful and beautiful!
Anna Lund – Drums
Nils Berg – Tenor saxophone, Bass clarinet
John Holmström – Piano
Vilhelm Bromander – Double bass
Vera Westberg – Stage artist
Nils Forsén – Stage artist
With baritone sax, zither and vocals, Glitterfittan creates music that oozes feminism and frustration with contemporary times. With inspiration taken from both folk music and jazz as well as everyday adversity, it will be a concert that is naked, honest and terribly interesting.
Agnes Åhlund – vocals, zither
Hilda Ekberg – vocals, baritone saxophone
Ylva Howard lives in gbg, and has studied graphics for two years at Dômen art school.
Her art addresses topics such as body, pleasure, friendship & sex in a colorful expression.
Entrance fee: SEK 100
♥ Members of IMPRA: SEK 50
You pay entry at the bar, so both cards and cash work!
Admission: 19:00
The music starts: 20:00
Food and drink are available for purchase, nothing may be brought into FOLK.
Accessibility: FOLK is on the ground floor, there is also an accessibility app adapted toilet on the same floor.
The evening is done in collaboration with Sensus.
LUPiNO LiVE 9/5: Chen/Hernandez + Lisa Grotherus Quartet

A warm welcome to the third and last Lupino Live evening of the spring. This evening we are staying at Rönnells Antikvariat and have the great pleasure of presenting a duo with AUDREY CHEN & KATT HERNANDEZ and the LISA GROTHERUS QUARTET.


AUDREY CHEN is a Chinese-American musician born in 1976. Using the cello, voice and occasional analog electronics, Chen’s work delves deeply into her own version of narrative and non-linear storytelling. A large component of her music is improvised and her approach to this is extremely personal and visceral. Her playing explores the combination and layering of the homemade analog synthesizer, preparations and traditional and extended techniques in both the voice and cello. She works to join these elements into a singular ecstatic personal language.

Over the past decade plus, her predominant focus has been her solo work with the cello, voice and electronics, but she has more recently begun to shift back towards the exploration of the voice as a primary instrument.
Recent projects, aside from performing solo, include her long running voices duo with London based artist, Phil Minton, and duos with NYC abstract turntablist, Maria Chavez, French guitarist, Jean-Yves Evrard, BEAM SPLITTER, with Norwegian trombonist, Henrik Munkeby Nørstebø, the “romantic noise duo” AFTERBURNER with Doron Sadja (electronics/light projections), with modular synth player, Richard Scott, with American percussionist, Flandrew Fleisenberg and a collaborative project with German conceptual artist, John Bock.
KATT HERNANDEZ is a renowned violinist from the USA, living in Sweden since 2010. Katt is classically trained on her violin, but she has also studied composition, electronic music, jazz, Eastern European folk music and improvisation. Katt Hernandez mainly plays free improvised music and she is a veteran of the improvisational and experimental music scenes in Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and New York.
Katt has performed in contexts ranging from underground stages to large concert halls together with an incredible breadth of musicians, dancers, visual artists, filmmakers and performance artists such as; Joe Maneri, Joe Morris, Jonathan Vincent, Gordon Beeferman, Joel Grip, John Berndt, Matt Samolis, Gene Coleman, Audrey Chen, Saul Levine, Zack Fuller, Erik Ruin and many others.
Audrey Chen – cello, voice
Katt Hernandez – violin
Lisa Grotherus premiered her music at the Stockholm Jazz Festival last fall, when Sveriges Radio also recorded and broadcast the concert. It's playful modern jazz with touches of folk tunes and stripped-down pop. Lisa has previously written music for film and theater and her music takes place in several genres. The common denominator is improvisation and her feeling for strong melodies. Inspiration for the music is taken from poetry, performing arts and a bridge in Mostar, Bosnia Herzegovina. Tonight we get to hear Lisa together with three colorful musicians in an exciting set.
Lisa Grotherus – clarinet/bass clarinet
Oskar Schönning – double bass
Lisa Långbacka – accordion
Magnus Vikberg – drums
Entrance: SEK 100 regular/SEK 50 student, impra member
Concert start: 19:30
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The concert series Lupino Live is made with the support of Swedish Jazz and the City of Stockholm.
Lupino Live 13/9 Nina de Heney + Diers/Müntzing 
Hello and a warm welcome to the autumn's first Lupino Live evening. Our guests are none other than NINA DE HENEY and LISBETH DIERS/HERMAN MUNTZIG
We are at Khimaira, Sofiagatan 1. Concert starts at 19:00, we meet in the stairwell from 18:45. Wine and snacks are available for cheap money. Entrance SEK 100, student/impra member SEK 50
Double bassist Nina de Heney is one of the most influential musicians on the improvisation scene in Sweden. A place she cemented for a wider audience in 2012 when she received the award Jazz Musician of the Year 2012. Her solo records have been praised in unison in the press. She conjures sonorous rooms where the listener is drawn in: sound, body and memory are put into suggestive states.
Photo: Peter Purgar
Danish percussionist Lisbeth Diers is active as a musician, composer and artistic director in various
musical projects, both nationally and internationally. Characteristic of Diers are i.a. the way she
mixes percussion sounds with the drum set. She uses various acoustic instruments and objects, which are placed on the drums, this creates the possibility for dynamic and alternative timbres.
Herman Müntzing has been twisting and turning acoustic and electric objects since the 80s. From ordinary
instruments to shorted video mixers, miked silence and slow-rolling ping pong balls melt
together in his creation. He is also the creator of the 12-string instrument "Flexichord" consisting of strings and pickups from two electric guitars attached to a horizontal solid piece of wood. To play the instrument, experiment with acoustic objects.
OWL + Nuaia feat. Jonas Kullhammar Lupino Live på Sthlm Jazz
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A warm welcome to Lupino Live at Stockholm Jazz. The evening starts on 11/10 at the Glenn Miller Café. The concert is in 2 sets and the first concert starts at 20:30, entrance SEK 50/set.
In a cinematic space, there is uncertainty about where the sounds are coming from. Organically, the freely improvising duo OWL merges acoustic sounds from alto sax with electric ones from electric guitar, contact microphones and other electronics.
The free play with preparations and the sense of space and depth show the duo's influences from noise, minimalism and free improvisation.
Karl Bjorå (NO) – Guitar & electronics
Signe Emmeluth (DK) – Viola & electronics
The Fripop group Nuaia makes a unique collaboration with Sweden's saxophone guru Jonas Kullhammar. A mix of jazz, free improvisations, pop and electronica. In a universe where vocals, sax, drums and acoustic sounds meet electronic soundscapes, personal stories are born that are conveyed with an unusual intensity and presence.
In 2015 Nuaia released her second album "belong to the moon" (BoogiePost Recordings) and in recent years has played at everything from clubs in Germany and Sweden to CPH jazz festival and Tampere Jazz Happening.
Jonas Kullhammar has participated in over 150 disc recordings and has received many awards and prizes, including the Lars Gullin award, jazz cats, Grammy nominations and a golden badge for best film score. Jonas is best known from Jonas Kullhammar Quartet, Kullrusk and Nacka Forum.
Jonas Kullhammar: Saxophones, live electronics
Sofie Norling: vocals and live electronics
Mika Forsling: guitar, mbira, hand drum and live electronics
Michala Østergaard-Nielsen: drums, percussion, vibraphonette
For questions about the venue's availability, email
27/11! Lupino Live + KROCH #9 = A blissful mix

As the last concert of 2017, Lupino Live takes on the hard gloves and collaborates with KROCH! It will be offered: Flamenco & Finnish original song (appetizers for upcoming guest performances), gong & electronics, dada-punk-pop with live visuals and contemporary-avant-garde solo violin from Italy. ALL WELCOME!
This time we will be at Pygméteatern, Vegagatan 17, 113 29 Stockholm.
Regular price SEK 150. If you are, or want to become, a member of Impra, you will be offered a discounted price (SEK 100) at the door!
Anna Fält & Pia del Norte. A Finnish-born flamenco dancer from Stockholm dances to the rhythm of Finnish folk song tradition. Two different forms of expression, a surprisingly obvious encounter!
Antti Tolvi is a father, composer, sound artist, performer, taiji teacher and more. Born in 1977. Lived first 19 years in farm west coast of Finland. Then moved to City (Turku) where little by little the world started to open. Found first wind instrument, didgeridoo. Then found free jazz (saxophone in Rauhan Orkesteri 2001->), but at the same Indian classical music started to sound very interesting. Soon trip to Varanasi and studying Indian classical music. Next was nature and taiji studies. After 10 years in Turku moving back to countryside. Slowly from wild / chaos / free to more solo and minimalism world. Zen meditation came in. Children. Everything starts to come together. After 10 years back in the countryside, everything starts from the beginning. Didgeridoos sounds again great and interesting. Schlagers sounds better than ever, birds, wind, silence, harmony..
Broken harmonies played on an oddly stringed toy guitar. Up tempo slap-back delay with jazzy-punky drum beats relayed through contact mics. Pitched dada vocals and circuit-bent synthesisers recorded onto cassette tapes. TVdE are influenced by musical experiments from every corner of our world, to capture "beauty" and play around with the science of sound.
Since we started Peter Larrson has joined every performance we did as an artist working with live visuals to enlarge the experience in to the stereographic sphere. His work is beautiful, colorful and somewhat enigmatic. He is the third member of the group!
Silvia Tarozzi is a violinist, performer and improviser. Her research on sound and instrumental gestures, fueled by her own experience as an improviser, finds expression through several collaborations with composers like Pascale Criton, Éliane Radigue, Cassandra Miller, Pierre-Yves Macé, Pauline Oliveros.
She writes music for her own musical projects. She plays violin with the Ensemble Dedalus (FR), which boasts collaborations with many American and European composers (Christian Wolff, Tom Johnson, Alvin Lucier, Phill Niblock, Jürg Frey, Michael Pisaro, Jean-Luc Guionnet, Tim Parkinson etc.).
PS The theater is half a flight of stairs down and the entrance is unfortunately not accessible - but just contact in advance if you need help - it will be fixed!
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