- Dark Music Days
2nd of February at 15.00
- Radio broadcast
4th of February at 21.10
The recording of NoA’s concert at Dark Music Days will be aired on the program Ópus
- The Iceland Music Award
20th of February
Nordic Affect’s Abel recording is nominated for an Iceland Music Award in the categories “Best classical CD of the year” and “Best sound production of the year”. The ceremony will be transmissioned on Icelandic television.
- The European day of early music
21st of March
The European day of early music will be held for the first time this year. NoA will participate in a live broadcast on Icelandic radio, which will include live music and panel discussions. Transmission starts at 17.00
- Back to school!
17th of April
We’ll continue our winter concert series at The Culture House in Reykjavík. The concert which takes place in atmospheric library focuses on music education in the baroque era. The program includes works by J.S.Bach and son C.P.E.Bach, Hotteterre, Locatelli, Cima and Geminiani. Concert starts at 20.00!
We’ll continue recording our new CD with works by Icelandic female composers. The recording is sponsored by Hlaðvarpinn – women’s cultural fund.
- Skálholt Summer Concerts
25th-27th of July
Concerts at Skálholt Summer Concerts. We’ll perform works by the two giants of English baroque music, aka Handel and Purcell. So join us in the beautiful surroundings of Skálholt for some mesmerizing music at the oldest early music festival in the Nordic countries.
- New work
Premiere of a new work comissioned by Nordic Affect from María Huld Markan Sigfúsdóttir. Date and location will soon be revealed.
- Project with Berglind María Tómasdóttir
Collaboration with artist Berglind María Tómasdóttir. Further details TBA
- Dark Music Days
27th of January at 17.00
Concert at Dark Music Days in Iceland in January in the brand new concert house Harpa. Works by Hugi Guðmundsson, María Huld Markan Sigfúsdóttir, Gunnar Andreas Kristinsson and Hafdís Bjarnadóttir.
- CD release concert with special guests
4th of March at 16.00
Join us for our official CD launch concert. In historic Belgravia, central London, the atmosphere of an 18th century concert room will be replicated as the ensemble, joined by harpsichordist Mahan Esfahani, performs the charming and witty music by Carl Friedrich Abel (1723-1787) as it appears on our new CD on the Brilliant Classics label. Following the one hour concert, stay and have a drink with the musicians and purchase signed copies of the CD.
£15 / £10 students
0845 680 1926 (local rate from land lines)
- Then we take Berlin
9th of June at 15.00
Concert in Reykjavík with a program that evolves around music from 18th century Berlin. So get ready for CPE Bach, Quantz, Benda and co. as they’ll invade the atmospheric venue of Kraum which is situated in one of Reykjavík’s oldest buildings, built in fact in 1762!
- All the way into the living room
- On a fast train through Europe
- London’s burning
- Plug in
5th of November
Join us for a premiére of a new work by Guðmundur Steinn Gunnarsson… performed from computers! Guðmundur Steinn will be in good company as we’ll also play works by Bodinus, Telemann, Corelli and Leclair. Concert starts at 20.00, at The Culture House in Reykjavík.