Henrik Denerin

Henrik Denerin

Henrik Denerin's work is often what can be called composition practice experiments - experiments through discovery, origin and investigation.

Henrik Denerin is a Swedish composer and improvisational musician. As a composer, he has collaborated with and received orders from many leading international musicians and ensembles.

His works are often what can be called compositional practice experiments - experiments through discovery, origin and investigation - and performance experiments through the unpredictability, instability and uncertainty that arise in the often complex scores that musicians have to relate to.

Henrik Denerin's music has been performed around Europe, Asia, Australia and North and South America by ensembles, orchestras and musicians such as Ensemble Recherche, Ensemble Aleph, Chamber Orchestra Basel, Odysseia Ensemble, Curious Chamber Players, Vertixe Sonora Ensemble, Bit20 Ensemble, mise an ensemble, Jaime Gonzalez, Kazuko Ihara, Nilsson / Axelsson Duo, Roberto Alonso Trillo, Arà Duo, Sylvia Hinz, XelmYa Trio Wrocławscy Kameraliści and many others and has been programmed at several of the major international festivals, including ISCM, Nordic Music Days, Darmstädter Ferienkurse, Mixtur Festival, Sound of Stockholm, Melbourne International Arts Festival, Warsaw Autumn, Donauechingen Musiktage, Muestra Internacional de Música Electroacústica and many more.

Henrik Denerin has studied composition for e.g. Luca Francesconi and Kent Olofsson at the Malmö Academy of Music and for Karlheinz Stockhausen in Kürten, Germany.