Renowned saxophonist Sonja LaBianca team up with visual artist and composer Heine Thorhauge Mathiasen for a new duo project which they will present on ALICE Summer Series. Henning Lundkvist and Greta Eacott will play each a support set.
Summer is here, and after months of lockdown we are excited to finally open for concerts again. With ALICE Summer Series we present a series of amazing local acts in the yard of Nørre Allé 7, in collaboration with Union. The outdoor concerts will take place on selected weekend afternoons all Summer between June 12th and August 15th, all seated and safe, and with a limited amount of tickets in order to keep the COVID-19-restrictions from the Danish authorities. We proudly present Dreamers’ Circus, Kogekunst, Dawda Jobarteh, Josefine Opsahl, Basco, Astrid Sonne, Spellcaster, Det Yderste Hav, Erna, Lund & Pultz Melbye, Lucrecia Dalt and more.
Due to limited capacity, we recommend you to buy your tickets in presale via Billetto. All concerts cost 100 DKK (50 DKK for children up to the age of 13).
We’re updating the programme regularly. Please stay tuned on our website and via the Facebook-event. We’re looking forward to welcoming you to a lot of lovely concerts in the yard all Summer!
SOLW – aka. Sonja LaBianca & Heine Thorhauge Mathiasen
The Danish/American saxophone player Sonja LaBianca is known from groups like Selvhenter, Choir of Young Believers and the art collective Eget Værelse, but she has marked herself as an amazing solo artist too. In 2017, she explored multiple rooms of her own on her striking, award-winning, and sublime solo debut, “About Room/Room to Be/Rooms”. In the project SOLW, LaBianca unites with Heine Thorhauge Mathiasen, who is a Danish visual artist, musician, and composer working with video and sculpture in site-specific installations. With their shared interest in sonic rooms, we’re excited to experience LaBianca and Thorhauge’s duo work at ALICE Summer Series.
Henning Lundkvist is an artist and writer living in Copenhagen. He is running the art institution Ch’ien Chien in his living room, and is the author of the novels “Planned Obsolescence – A Retrospective”, and “Jolene”. In August, his sound work “Music and Neighbours of Ch’ien Chien (vol I)” will be published by Sensorisk Verden. As support for SOLW, Lundkvist will do a reading.
Greta Eacott is a composer and percussionist based in Copenhagen. She runs the DIY record label One Take Records.For this show at ALICE she will perform a new cyclical solo piece – Rhythm, Unto The New World – for drums & choir.
You can find more info about our rules and Covid-19 regulations during ALICE Summer Series on the general page here.