November 11
Brunel Museum
London, United Kingdom
Nordic Affect at Brunel Museum Celebrated ensemble Nordic Affect, in co-curation with Anna Thorvaldsdóttir, brings a selection of music by some of Iceland‘s young talent to Brunel Museum. In an event that features the intimate and unique you are invited into the sonic worlds of Bergrún Snæbjörnsdóttir, Bára Gísladóttir, Veronique Vaka and Úlfur Hansson. Furthermore the concert will see the premiere of “Shapes of flight underneath the riverbed” by Lilja María Ásmundsdóttir, set to include her own performance on the sound and light sculpture 'Hulda'.
:: Entrance is free of charge ::

The concert is sponsored by the Embassy of Iceland in London and Reykjavik Loftbrú

November 8
Reykjavík, Iceland
Nordic Affect í Mengi Join Nordic Affect for a strange turn, roller-coaster for atheists, grandma in the skies, photo and mountain that transform into music and some love as they perform works by Bára Gísladóttir, Bergrún Snæbjörnsdóttir, Jobina Tinnemans, Maja Ratkje and Veronique Vaka.

February 1
Gamla Bíó
Reykjavík, Iceland
Nordic Affect & Maja S.K.Ratkje Rökkur, the Icelandic word for twilight, invites you into the sound world of Icelandic award winning ensemble Nordic Affect and the Norwegian Maja S. K. Ratkje, who is at the forefront of the musical avant-garde. Rökkur originates in a workshop between performing composer Ratkje and the ensemble and is set to reveal shades of various noise and timbre, where Maja blends her own extended vocals with the sound of the acoustic baroque timbers of Nordic Affect, everything treated and blended in real-time by the cyborgic electronic extensions of Ratkjes live-instrument.