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Photos & Videos

All project related videos on YouTube are collected in this playlist, and all photos on Flickr are collected in this Flickr collection. Below are a few of the highlights!

Project film

This short film summarizes the Designing Classical Music Experiences project from the perspective of the cultural institutions that took part in the project.

The film is a complement to the project book How the Lion Learned to Moonwalk.


Presentation film for Arts & Audiences

This short presentation film was made by Uffe Borgwardt for the Arts & Audiences 2014 conference, where the project was asked to contribute a full so-called module on Expanding the Stage in a Post-Digital World.

Learn more… (in English).


Teddy in Space: The Composer’s Perspective

Danish composer Nicklas Schmidt gives his view of the music to Teddy in Space, a digital “toy” where children can experiment with classical music and contribute with sounds of their own. English subtitles are available when playing the video.

Read more…


Shadow Play Workshops

Children creating scenography to Saint-Saëns’ The Carnival of the Animals. This was an exploration of how children can become more engaged and co-creative before, during, and after a family classical music concert, but also how visual co-creation could be expanded to include most concertgoers.

Read more…


Scenkonstens digitaliseringScenkonstens digitalisering: presentationer och videos

I april 2014 samlades representanter från några av södra Sveriges scenkonstinstitutioner för ett seminarium om konstnärlig utveckling och tillgänglighet på digitala arenor. Flera medarbetare från projektet Musikalsk oplevelsesdesign presenterade sitt arbete och vilka utmaningar de står inför. Se presentationer och videos.


Arts and Audiences 2014Videos: Presentation at Arts & Audiences 2014

The Designing Classical Music Experiences project ran a so-called module at the Arts & Audiences 2014 conference.

The module, ‘Expanding the Stage in a Post-Digital World’, was based on learnings from the project.

Read more about and view the presentations here


Video: Presentation at Arts & Audiences 2013

How do you make the whole organization involved in working with audience engagement? And why are small-scale experiments valuable? These were two of the questions that Erling Björgvinsson adressed in his keynote at the Arts & Audiences conference in Helsinki, August, 2013. Read more…


In Case of Emotions at Musik2Go

In Case of Emotions was first tried at the Royal Danish Theatre where members of the audience were invited to express their impressions of the music via a mobile-phone interface and/or glowsticks. Their choices influenced the color of the light on stage.

Read more…


In Case of Emotions at The Conference

The Mood of The Conference: audience influences a percussion performance. In Case of Emotions is one of the concepts developed in this project. It is a so-called “mood capturing system” where members of an audience choose a color that, depending on the context, gives the performers cues for how to proceed, for example, with the intensity of improvisation. Read more… (in Danish)


In Case of Emotions at Øresundstinget

“Can we play live music that reflects what impact Øresundstinget had on its participants? We don’t know – but we will try!” Conference participants used icoe.dk to give their views on Øresundstinget.

Read more… (in Swedish)


Joystick 5.0

Orvar Säfström talks about computer-game music. The interview was made just prior to Malmö Symphony Orchestra’s computer-game concert Joystick in 2013, a concert format this project is developing further in collaboration with the audience.

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Meet the musicians on Facebook

Talk to the musicians before the concert. The Royal Danish Theatre experimented with new ways to meet the audience: Vær med til forberedelserne af koncerten “Takter for træblæsere” som spiller i Operaen på søndag den 29. september 2013 klokken 15.00. Musikerne er med i denne gruppe. Du kan finde dem under medlemmer og stille spørgsmål direkte til dem, eller kommenterer på de tråde […]

Read more… (in Swedish).


World Online Orchestra

Copenhagen Phil explores the components of classical music through World Online Orchestra, an online tool that lets you experience Beethoven’s 7th symphony in a new way. Further developments include contributions from musicians, wherever they might be in the world.

Read more…


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Hur medlemmarna i en orkester samarbetar kan vara lärorikt att uppleva för andra typer av organisationer. Därför erbjuder nu Copenhagen Phil kurser för näringslivet där man med hjälp av orkester illustrerar begrepp som att hitta “kammartonen” och att samarbeta mellan olika personligheter.

I den inbäddade videon (eller här på YouTube) kan du se hur ett liknande möte mellan orkestern och näringslivet kan gå till. Under videon skriver Copenhagen Phils musikchef några ord om vilket värde detta kan ge åt orkestern.

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