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Miriam Wallentin

Liquid Music - Bedroom Community & Friends

Tuesday, May 9, 2017 -
6:00pm to 10:30pm

Liquid Music - Bedroom Community and Friends

Valgeir Sigurðsson, Jodie Landau, Sam Amidon, and Daníel Bjarnason with Mariam Wallentin and Pekka Kuusisto

Part of the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra's Where Words End festival

Co-presented with the American Swedish Institute

Bedroom Community, “a creative hub of sonic geniuses that continues to evolve and produce incredible work” (BlackBook Magazine) operates out of Iceland as a collective and record label dedicated to the musical innovations of a close knit group of composers and performers including Daníel Bjarnason, Sam Amidon and Valgeir Sigurðsson. Celebrated as “a lightning rod at the juncture where the ambition of classical music meets the aesthetics of indie music” (Pitchfork), the collective teams up with Liquid Music, Finnish violinist and SPCO Artistic Partner Pekka Kuusisto, primordial songstress Mariam Wallentin (Wildbirds & Peacedrums, Mariam the Believer) and the American Swedish Institute for a one of a kind performance on the grounds of the beautiful and historic Turnblad Mansion.

Visitors can also experience the ASI's The Weather Diaries, an art exhibition exploring fashion from Greenland, Iceland and the Faroe Islands.


Where Words End - A celebration of Nordic music and culture

“For me, music begins where words end.” – Jean Sibelius

In May 2017, The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra presents Where Words End, a festival that explores themes of immigration and cultural identity through the lens of Nordic music and culture with programs that bring together artists of various disciplines and backgrounds. The festival includes specially tailored SPCO concerts featuring Artistic Partners Martin Fröst and Pekka Kuusisto, Liquid Music programming with Iceland’s Bedroom Community, American Swedish Institute activities and more. Learn more


Mariam Wallentin
Mariam Wallentin, vocalist


Valgeir Sigurdsson
Valgeir Sigurdsson, Iceland's Bedroom Community, composer/performer
$25 ($20 for Liquid Music subscribers and American Swedish Institute members)


Purchase tickets online or call the SPCO at 651-291-1144

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