Hybridi is a piece reflecting on embodiment in playing. Embodiment is viewed from the angle of a single musician and as well as from the point of view of multiple bodies. What kind of interactions musicians have with their own instruments and how do the performers affect each other? The two violinists form different kinds of hybrids of bodies and instruments, emphasized with experimental bows.
Hybridi at GÁTT Nordic Arts Festival in KoncertKirken, Copenhagen 11.11.2022.
Performance by Anna Jalving and Tytti Arola.
Light scenography by Vertigo, Video by Klavs Kehlet, Recording and mix by Martin Torvik Langerød
Created in close collaboration with: KoncertKirken Lydfabrikken ApS with the generous support of:
Nordic Culture Point, Nordic Culture Fond, Nordic-Baltic Mobility Programme for culture,
Koda Kultur, Norsk Komponistforening, Music Norway, AUT, Koncertkirken Loftbrúgv
Anna Jalving and Tytti Arola performing Hybridi
at GÁTT Nordic Arts Festival.
Pictures by Klavs Kehlet
Experimental bows used at the piece developed by the composer Tytti Arola.
Hybridi is a commission by violinists Terhi Paldanius and Eriikka Maalismaa.
The composition of the piece is supported by The Arts Promotion Centre Finland and Kone Foundation.
Anna Jalving and Tytti Arola
GÁTT Nordic Arts Festival
Terhi Paldanius and Eriikka Maalismaa