Ylva Larsdotter & Palle Sollinger
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Music and light show in Swedish for children 0–5 years old
Stråkspråk is a children's concert - classical music mixed with folk music and jazz which uses movement and light to invite very young children - and their parents - into the living music's world. The violinist Ylva Larsdotter meets the jazz bassist Palle Sollinger in a musical concert which becomes a dialogue both in the music and with the public.
Idea and direction: Miriam Forsberg and Michael Forsberg
Information about the artists
Ylva Larsdotter, violin, studied for Sten-Johan Sunding, Ulf Wallin at Edsberg / Royal music school and Helge Slaatto at the music conservatory in Münster. At the age of 7 she had her first solo performance with Sandviken Symphony Orchestra and has since performed with several Swedish orchestras, including the Dalasinfonietta, the Sandvik Symphony Orchestra and Uddevalla Chamber Orchestra.
Ylva is a member of the Swedish chamber soloists (Svenska kammarsolister) and is a regular guest at European festivals such as the International Chamber Music Festival Schiermonnikoog, Fête Musicale de la Forêt and Copenhagen Late Summer festival as well as several Swedish festivals. She regularly plays with pianist Anna Christenson and has performed with among others Philippe Graffin, Pekka Kuusisto, Torleif Thedeen and Bengt Forsberg.
Palle Sollinger, double bass, was educated at Skurup's college then at the Royal Academy of Music in Stockholm and the Academy of Music in Berlin. Today Palle lives in Stockholm and has been active on the Stockholm jazz scene for over 15 years. He has worked with many of the leading representatives of jazz music. Palle has been an artist and composer in the groups Krokodil ("Are you ready for Krokodil", 2006; "Concord", 2008), Krantz ("Euphoria", 2012; "Old School", 2015) The Country ("The Country", 2010; "Black/Blue Hearts", 2012), och Susanna Risberg trio ("Vilddjur" 2018).
Miriam Forsberg, director, studied at the Theater Academy in Luleå. This year she will appear in "Article 3" and "Glashjärnan" with Teater Martin Mutter. In the spring of 2018 she appeared in "The Future" by Patrik Franke with Cirkus Tigerbrand. In the autumn of 2017, she played Martina in the Riksteatern's acclaimed play "Maken". In the spring of 2016, she premiered the performance artwork Mnemesoid by Tai Shani at Tensta Konsthall and has also participated in plays in Uppsala City Theater, Lule Stas Theater Norrbottensteatern, Unga Klara, Theater Västernorrland and Camden Peoples Theater in London. Miriam has also directed, among other things the musical theater performance of "The Princess who always had to have the Last Word" with The Norwegian Chamber Orchestra in Oslo.
Michael Forsberg is a director, actor and light technician. He is especially interested in light's function in theater and has worked with several free groups' productions in Stockholm and Landskrona.