7:30 PM19:30

NEKO3 @ Moderne Mandag 2019



Moderne Mandag is a concert series focused on modernistic classical music, in collaboration with The Royal Danish Academy of Music

DARMSTADT med NEKO3 – feat. Xavier Bonfill

Karlheinz Stockhausen: Zyklus
Xavier Bonfill: Interlude 1
Simon Steen-Andersen: Rerendered
Xavier Bonfill Interlude 2
Gunnar Berg: Random

Karlheinz Stockhausen: Kontakte

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7:30 PM19:30

NEKO3 x Silence @ Koncertkirken


NEKO3 reacts to the season of silence and contemplating by presenting a concert without instruments. The combination of a program ranging from classical chamber and solo works to the premiere of Jeppe Ernst's "apoteose" (a work portraying the group) and a carefully-planned light design forms a strong entity in which the individual works are woven together by short, electronic interludes.

Come join us at KoncertKirken for our celebration of ever-shortening days and enjoy a concert that's far away from the original meaning of the word.



Thierry de Mey: 'Musique du table'
Pierluigi Billone: 'Mani.Gonxha'
Vinko Globokar: '? Corporel'
Thierry de Mey: 'Silence must be'
Jeppe Ernst: 'apoteose (sang l-lll)' premiere

[interludes between works by Mads Emil Dreyer]

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7:00 PM19:00

NEKO3 @ Cafe OTO


NEKO3 has been invited to participate in two days of workshops and discussion on new chamber music coached by Antoine Françoise and Patrick Stadler from the internationally renowned Ensemble Nikel

The workshops are organised by the concert series Kammer Klang and it all culminates in a concert at Café OTO, and to commemorate the UK debut, NEKO3 we'll present Simon Løffler's 'b'.

Simon Løffler: 'b'
Monday 1 October, 19:00
Cafe Oto Project Space, London (UK)

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9:00 PM21:00

NEKO3 x Electronic @ KoncertKirken

 Graphic design:  Tony Martinez

Graphic design: Tony Martinez

NEKO3 celebrates the International Day of Music by presenting the a brand new program with a focus on electronic music. We got instruments, we got live electronics, we got tapes, live video streams, guitar effect pedals, lamps, homemade instruments and light bulbs. We're preparing a piano in unimaginable ways, we're playing around with electronic feedback, we're touching lamps, tapes, cables as well as each other...

If you want to see a concert full of music you'd never expect, find your way to KoncertKirken on Thursday the 21st of June at 21:00 and witness us breaking the borders between auditory and visual art, between classical and electronic music!

Prins: Piano hero #1
Dreyer : Forsvinderer
Løffler: b
Bonfill: one for two (premiere)
Dreyer: Lys 3
Steen-Andersen: Rerendered


70kr / 50kr for student
(we take cash and mobilepay)


The concert is realized with support from: 
Danish Composer's Society's Production Pool / KODA's Cultural Funds
DJBFA / KODA's Cultural Funds
KODA's Collective Funds
Knud Højgaard's Fund

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