(2009) Mixed choir
(2005) Mixed choir
Invisible Mantra was commisioned by the Swedish Radio SRP2 and premiered by the Swedish Radio Choir 2005. It has been performed by several other choirs in Europe and Asia, for instance by Taipei Singers at ISCM in Hong Kong 2007. The score is available from the Swedish Radio Library.
(2002) Mixed choir
Arnaía – thrown into the sea (Arnaía – kastad i havet) is a chamber opera commissioned by the International Vadstena Academy. It was composed in close collaboration with authress Märta Tikkanen and is based on her book with the same title. Score and parts available at the Swedish Music Information Centre
Et cantabant quasi canticum novum
(2001) Mixed choir
Et cantabant quasi canticum novum was commissioned and premiered by Hägersten Chamber Choir for the 40:th anniversary of Uppenbarelsekyrkan. It has later been performed by them many times and recorded on both CD and for radio. Score is available at the Swedish Music Information Centre
just a quiet peaceful dance
(2001) Wind ens. & two singers
In the midst.of Trespassing was composed for Trio Trespassing with financial support from the Swedish Arts Council. It is based on recordings and improvisations from the trio and was premiered on tour in Sweden November 2009.
(1999) Soprano & early instr.
Ash-Wednesday IV is composed for soprano and an ensemble of early music instruments (bass recorder, baroque cello, lute and harpsichord). Premiered by Susanne Rydén, Anna Petrini, Åsa Åkerberg, Anders Erikson & Johan Lindström. Score is available at the Swedish Music Information Centre
Så länge man kan säga idag
(1999) Mixed choirMixed choir & organ
Så länge man kan säga idag was commissioned and premiered by Hägersten Chamber Choir. It exists in a version for choir and organ and another for choir and string ensemble. Score is available at the Swedish Music Information Centre
Mörkret som ger glädjen djup
(1997) Mixed choir
Mörkret som ger glädjen djup was composed for the memory of my mother. The texts are from Märta Tikkanens book with the same name. It was permiered by Hägersten Chamber Choir who has performed it extensively in Sweden and Germany. Score is available at the Swedish Music Information Centre