The project has been selected for inclusion in the Emerging Exhibit from the USA for 2019 Prague Quadrennial and USITT Stage Expo 2019.

This concerto was written for Nielsen’s friend and clarinet player Aage Oxenvad who was well known to have a bipolar disorder. The audiences experience two different visions of the soloists: one on stage and the other on screen, using live video camera and real-time capturing data to show the distortion of live images of the soloists and the orchestra.

Performance Full Running Time: 23min

Media Design and Art direction by SooA Kim

In collaboration with Sebastian Lambertz (Director and Clarinetist), Das Junge Orchester NRW and Matthew Stewart (Production Engineer)

Documented by students at the Institute for Music and Media in Düsseldorf, Germany: Jonas Geyersberger, Clemens Hörlbacher, Patrick Stäudle, Malte Weitkamp

Performed at Johanneskirche, in Düsseldorf, Germany. 2016