THE MARTINUS RÆHS PROJECT //
Along with Anna Paradiso, harpsichord and piano, Mats Olofsson, cello, and Jonas Nordberg, theorbo and baroque guitar, Clara Guldberg Ravn recorded her debut album, which was released in 2020. On the CD “Who enchants this meeting so?” are the first six flute sonatas by the Danish composer, Martinus Ræhs (1702-1766). The next CD with this ensemble is due in the spring of 2022 and will complete the recordings of Ræhs’ flute sonatas, which this ensemble is the first to do. Though Ræhs’ flute sonatas are wonderful and captivating music they have been largely forgotten until now.
CLARA GULDBERG RAVN &
JOHANNES GEWORKIAN HELLMAN //
The duo met during their studies at the Royal College of Music in Stockholm and had their premiere at the Stockholm Early
Music Festival 2016. With virtuosity, passion, and joy they invite the listener into their musical space of medieval music, improvisations and various arrangements for recorder and hurdy-gurdy.
Johan, Gustav and Clara met at the Royal College of Music in Stockholm and initiated a collaboration working with music for the relatively new recorder model, the Eagle. In 2019 Clara premiered two pieces for Eagle recorder, string quintet and electronics by Johan and Gustav, and in 2020 she premiered two solo pieces for recorder and live-electronics.
In her solo program, Clara Guldberg Ravn attempts to capture the transience and elegance of the music and hopes to leave a lasting impression or just to illuminate the brief hour spent together. The program consists of music from more than 600 years–either written specifically for the recorder, or arranged for it.
SOL - MUSIKTEATER FOR BØRN OG UNGE //
Inger Øvrebø Uberg, vocal, Emma Fagerström, vocal, Yngvild Ruud, accordion, and Clara Guldberg Ravn, recorders came together in SOL in the fall of 2018 and have created one performance for children about losing someone or something that you care about. It is made for children from the age of 4 to 8 years.