As part of SISUs tour to Serbia, an evening concert in Beograd Concert Hall is held on November 12. We present works by Sverre Indris Joner (world premiere), Steve Reich, Rob Waring and Rolf Wallin.
SISU perform at Oslo 2018 Architecture Nomination. The event take place outside Oslo Town Hall.
Sisu Percussion ensemble celebrates its 25th Anniversary with a concert at the Ultima festival as well.
Xenakis Pléïades is a milestone work in many ways, written in 1978 and inspired by astronomy and Greek mythology. Xenakis invented a new instrument the sixxen named after the six musicians required and Xenakis.
Composer Lene Grenager, herself an excellent contemporary ensemble musician, compose both acoustic and electronic works, and this new piece, written for SISU, is a tribute to the sound world of Xenakis.
Iannis Xenakis: Bohor
Lene Grenager: Wood and Metal (WP)
Iannis Xenakis: Pléïades
Guest musicians – Pléïades
Rune André Halvorsen
Tomas Nilsson conducts Pléïades
Reinhold Friedl (elektronikk – Bohor)
For the Oslo Culture Night 2018 SISU plays together with the choir Ensemble 96. SISU itself is augmented by the percussionist Anders Kregnes, Simen Brenden, Kristoffer Almås and Teodor Berg.
A new piece by Tomas Nilsson (SISU) we be performed to the video installation The Seventh Wave by Jaakko Niemelä (Finland).
Magnus Lagabøtes landslov (law) is back in Norway after 500 years in Denmark. The National Library celebrate with a big event. SISU will perform excerpts from Runartrumma (the magic drum) by and together with Øyonn Groven Myhren
Workshop concert after period off working with composers from NMK.
SISU workshops with composers from NMK Norway 25-30/6 at SISU studio Ekeberg Oslo.
SISU performed during the master recital off Bjørn Christian in SISU at Norwegian academy of music Oslo Norway.
World premier of a brand new piece by Geir Jonson. CLEAR THE SALOON. SISU performed together with Siri Torjesen (singer).
SISU school concert tour in Rogaland Norway 9-23/4. Program with music by Reich and Waring. The concert is produced by Hallgeir Frydenlund.