Live in Stockholm

Solo concert from Stockholm at FRIM på Fylkingen, live improvisation December 2018.
Recorded by: John Chantler

This piece is focusing on the intersection between improvised and real-time composed forms of experimental music in live (concert) situation, using extended techniques, inside piano, prepared and un-prepared piano.

Marina Džukljev (1983) is a pianist, educator and active performer in the fields of free improvisation, classical, contemporary and applied music. Marina is colaborating with wide range of multimedia artists such as: Noid, dieb13, Tomaž Grom, Joel Grip, Vasco Trilla, John Dikeman, Isabelle Duthoit, Tristan Honsinger, Bertrand Denzler, Šalter Ensemble, Hans Koch, Jonas Kocher, Korhan Erel, Luis Vicente, Christof Kurzmann, Aleksandar Skoric, Vid and Jost Drasler, Mia Dyberg, Rieko Okuda,  Isak Hedtjärn, Pedro Melo Almes. She is a member of the quartet, septet, tentet and the large ensemble of the composer and violist Szilard Mezei, with whom she has recorded and published music over the many years of collaboration.

Marina performs solo and with a variety of ensembles at venues, festivals and events such as: Konfrontationen (Nickelsdorf), Hagenfesten (Dala Floda), Ring Ring (Belgrade), Izlog suvremenog zvuka (Zagreb), Sound Disobedience (Ljubljana), Sine Linea (Zagreb), Kanjiza jazz festival (SRB), V:NM (Graz),  but also in Berlin, Stockholm, Wels, Vienna, Budapest, Lisbon, Coimbra, Ljubljana, Biel, Basel, Bratislava, Malmö. Her music was broadcasted on National Radios and TV Stations in Serbia, Croatia, Slovenia, Austria and Sweden. She has been released many albums as a sideman and an author for labels: Leo records (UK), FMR records (UK), Klopotec (SI), Interstellar records (AT), WMAS (SRB). Over the years she was working as a promoter, organizer and producer by organizing large number of music workshops, concerts, lectures, festivals for improvised and experimental music. Currently, she is a curator and organizer of Improstor – improvised music concert series and co-curator at Festival in opposition (Novi Sad).

Image credits: Nuno Martins