December 14
Kópavogur, Iceland
Að Heima / To HomeAn event arranged together with the National Broadcasting Service of Iceland.

November 28   
Inter Arts Center
Malmö, Sweden
To Home NORDIC AFFECT offers a Christmas programming set to provide a fresh look on what Christmas and its music can be in the 21st century.

October 12
Copenhagen, Denmark
Transistor festivalHalla Steinunn Stefánsdóttir, violinist and artistic director of Nordic Affect offers a special solo show as part of Transistor festival, Copenhagen edition. For further details klick here.
September 8
Copenhagen, Denmark   
Sonic Festival

August 5   
Skálholt Summer Conerts 
Skálholt, Iceland
HÚN / SHEA programme which sheds light on women's role in music history. The outcome is an exciting blend of baroque music linked to a French composer, engravers and the owner of a publishing dynasty, as well as the ban on violin playing and Ms.Anonymous.

August 5

Skálholt Summer Conerts 
Skálholt, Iceland
The Fab Four
The results of collaborations with four composers from Iceland, Canada and Vietnam, i.e. Bergrún Snæbjörnsdóttir, Veronique Vaka, Bára Gísladóttir and Luong Hue Trinh. Their international careers are on the rise and they all have had an active career as performers as well as composers. But for now the four members of Nordic Affect take the centre stage.

May 24
Reykjavík, Iceland
A wheel, slowly, rolling out of itselfConcert within Nordic Affect's concert series in Mengi, Reykjavík set to evolve around ecological explorations in music.  The event is set to include 'A wheel slowly, rolling out of itself', which Jóhann Jóhannsson wrote for the ensemble's US tour in 2017, as well as a premiere of a new work by UK based composer, Jobina Tinnemans.

March 16

Skissernas Museum
Lund, Sweden
Skissernas NightNordic Affect makes an appearance during 'Skissernas Night' in Lund, Sweden. More details right here on the ever so cool museum's website.

January 27
Gallerý Port
Reykjavík, Iceland
I play cement - Dark Music Days An exhibition of an installation by Nordic Affect's artistic director; Halla Steinunn Stefánsdóttir, as part of Dark Music Days. The material connects in part with Nicole Lizée's 'Urbexploitation' which is performed at the ensemble's concert at the festival and is therefore an example of material's many becomings in the 21st century. Titled 'I play cement' the installation is shown at Gallerý Port and further information on the work can be found by clicking here. 

January 26
National Gallery of Iceland, Reykjavík, Iceland
Urbexploitation - Dark Music Days
An unrealised film manuscript, musicians who face away from each other and an urbex environment; all this connects to Nordic Affect’s concert at Dark Music Days. A regular exploration of today’s collaborative possibilities, the program of this ensemble in-residence features works by Heleen van Haegenborgh (BE), Nicole Lizée (CA), Liisa Hirsch (EE), María Huld Markan Sigfúsdóttir and Dodda Maggý (IS).