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Damkapellet - Demiurge
8.224741 (Dacapo, CD)
FIRST RELEASE (3 March 2023)
Playing time: 62'51"
Booklet pages: 24
℗ 2023 Dacapo Records
© 2023 Dacapo Records
Main country of recording: Denmark
Reviewer: John Dante Prevedini
Review of Damkapellet - Demiurge published on 25 April 2023
Julija Morgan, violin (tracks 1, 2 and 4)
Maria Martine Jagd, violin (track 1)
Mika Persdotter, viola (tracks 1, 3 and 4)
Tove Bagge, viola (tracks 1, 2 and 4)
Josefine Weber Hansen, voice & viola (tracks 1, 2 and 4)
Pauline Hogstrand, viola (tracks 1 and 4)
Ida Nørby, cello (tracks 1, 2 and 3)
Nicole Hogstrand, cello (tracks 1 and 4)
Oda Holstad Dyrnes, cello (tracks 1 and 4)
Erica Giacoletto, double bass (tracks 1 and 4)
Randi Pontoppidan, voice & live electronic processing (tracks 2, 3 and 4)
Kirstine Lindemann, recorder (tracks 2 and 3)
Nadia Okrusko, piano (tracks 2 and 3)
Irene Bianco, percussion (tracks 2 and 4)
Lo Kristenson (born 1991):
1 PULS (2017, revised 2019)
Randi Pontoppidan (born 1970):
2 Demiurge (2020)
Kirstine Lindemann (born 1987):
3 Further & Back (2015, revised 2020)
Greta Eacott (born 1990):
4 Gestalt Minimal III (2020)
Damkapellet is a music collective formed in 2016 to bring diversity to the Danish music scene by highlighting and performing music by artists who define themselves as women, non-binary or transgender. Demiurge, the collective's debut album, presents Damkapellet's unique approach to music-making with a carefully assorted programme that treads gentle lyricism and bold creative outbursts in equal measures.
Recorded in 2020 at KoncertKirken, Copenhagen, Denmark.