Standing Waves will be performing music from our album ¨The Wave¨ with the Bristol Ensemble at St. George´s, Brandon Hill, Bristol on Wednesday 18th September.
Thanks to ORF oe1 (Austria) for playing Hildegard´s Dream and The Wave Pt. 1 form our album ¨The Wave¨ on the Zeit-Ton Magazin program on
¨The Wave¨is already receiving radio play early into its release!
Thanks to the Estonian classical music station ERR Klassikaraadio for playing Tabla Dance on their program Fantaasia on 13-02-2019
Many great reviews already for ¨The Wave¨
¨When Marcus Davidson and Roger Huckle pulverize the boundaries between Wild West Saloon and Middle Eastern Divan, the wave announced in the album title could break. Out of sheer good humor. And the pleasure of your own stamina. . . Not exactly simple. But still nice.¨
from Sonic Seducer, ¨Frog Chorus¨ is a secret highpoint!
Great review of ¨The Wave¨ by Musik an sich, 19 out of 20, contender for album of the year!
and from Chain D.L.K
. . . it’s carried by the polished composition, performance and production that give it an undeniable richness, vibrancy and class. It also has potential as a stepping stone for listeners of more traditional music who are intrigued by something that’s just a shade more experimental without being challenging.
Standings Waves perform music from their newly released album “The Wave” and the Bøen/Fiskaaen flute and Guitar duo premier 4 Balkan Dances by Marcus Davidson.
Standing Waves mixes music from the eastern and western hemispheres – with violin, percussion, keyboard, vocals, natural and space sounds and film, Standing Waves really is world music – east meets west, electroacoustic soundfest!
Violin – Roger Huckle
Vocals – Kat Kleve
Keyboards/sounds – Marcus Davidson
Percussion/drums – Anders Christian Jakobsen
Bass – Edvard Mjanger
Bøen/Fiskaaen duo (Knut Magnus Bøen, flute
Hallgeir Fiskaaen, guitar) were established in 2009 and are Bergen based. In 2017 they commissioned Marcus Davidson to write 4 Balkan Dances, this is its first performance. Funding was kindly provided by the Komponistenes vederlagsfond.
Posted by Ronald Toppe on 3. november 2017
Roger and Marcus premiered new works based on the music of Hildegard von Bingen at a house concert in Bergen on November 4th. The new music mixed chants from Hildegard von Bingen sung by Kat Kleve, with tabla rhythms, nature sounds and indian tempura drones. The concert was warmly received by a mixed audience, many who are unfamiliar with contemporary music.
Great article in November´s Bergensmagasinet by Magne Fonn Havskor about Standing Waves.
Standing Waves on 5th November 2016 at Østre, Bergen at 20:00. The concert is entitled Standing Waves – east meets west, sound fest!
Standing Waves is a concert mixing a unique combination of Earth sounds and film, with the music of the western and eastern hemispheres. Performing are:
Roger Huckle – violin
Sanju Sahai – tabla
Marcus Davidson – keyboards/sounds
Jayson Stilwell – voice/overtoning
Sangu Sahai is one of the greatest tabla players of the Benares tradition, with a world wide reputation.
Jayson Stilwell is one of the UK’s leading overtone singers, and has been collaborating with Marcus over several projects.