12.09.2017

This year’s full music line-up

CPH PIX is more than film. We’re ready with this year’s concerts and music events! The programme is eclectic, featuring both modern jazz, Finnish foley, Hungarian chamber music, Danish death metal and the full score from the Kubrick classic ‘A Clockwork Orange’.

 

CONCERTS

A Clockwork Orange: Stanley Kubrick in Concert

Experience the iconic score from Stanley Kubrick’s ‘A Clockwork Orange’ in a live performance by The Will Gregory Moog Ensemble, counting prominent names from Bristol’s electronica scene such as Portishead and Massive Attack.

Will Gregory himself arrives directly from his world tour with Goldfrapp, and John Minton from Portishead has composed the visuals for the concert.

’A Clockwork Orange: Stanley Kubrick In Concert’ is presented by Kubrick Festival 2017, CPH PIX, G((o))ng Tomorrow og artFREQ. and with support by Nordea Fonden.  

september 24th at 8PM
Jazzhouse
Get tickets (225 kr.) 
See teaser

 

Solar Walk: A Space Symphony

Big Bang meets bigband! PIX and Amager Bio presents a grandiose concert combining a magical walk through space with modern jazz and poetic animation by the award-winning Réka Bucsi. Busci collaborates with Aarhus Jazz Orchestra in the new project ‘Solar Walk’, where animated sequences of the solar system are accompanied by an original bigband symphony composed by Susi Hyldgaard and Niels Marthinsen.

October 3rd at 7.30PM
Amager Bio
Get tickets (160 kr.)

 

LIVE: Béla Tarr’s music at Jazzhouse

Get ready for a truly special night at Jazzhouse! Composer Mihály Víg will perform his hauntingly beautiful music from Béla Tarr’s films. His stylized musical expression has been an integral part of the tone in Béla Tarrs masterpieces, such as ‘Werckmeister Harmonies’ and ‘Satantango’. Mihály will be accompanied by a string quartet and film visuals.

October 4th at 8PM
Jazzhouse
Get tickets (150 kr.)

 

Illdisposed and ‘Headbang i Hovedlandet’

This year marks the 20 year’s jubilee for Niels Arden Oplev’s cult film ‘Headbang i Hovedlandet’. PIX and Pumpehuset celebrates the anniversary by inviting you to a screening of the cult classic followed by a show with Illdisposed – one of the most influential Danish metal bands of the 90’s. Get ready for them to turn back time and perform a truly special set. Before the concert ‘Headbang i Hovedlandet’ will be shown on the big screen with introduction by director Niels Arden Oplev. Afterwards, get ready to do some headbanging of your own!

October 7th at 8PM
Pumpehuset
Get tickets (190 kr.)

 

MUSIC EVENTS

‘QEDA’ + Rumpistol

Danish electronica artist Rumpistol guests Cinemateket for a night of sound debate, film premiere and a concert. Young film composers will debate the role of music in film and their creative process, taking their point of departure with the screening of Max Kestners new sci fi film ‘QEDA’ along with Jonas Strucks score.

Rumpistol will round off the evening by performing his new EP ‘Drops’ in Asta Bar.

Presented in collaboration with Rytmisk Center. 

October 4th
Cinemateket and Asta Bar
Debate at 4.45PM
‘QEDA’ at 6.45PM  (See trailer)
Rumpistol at 8.45PM

 

Gangway and Friday Late Night

Wanna go back to the 80’s? CPH PIX og Cinemateket’s Late Night-cinema have dug deep in our archives for this one. Danish indie-poppers Gangway have reunited and will perform their first concert together in 20 years in October. Warming up to that, we are hosting a special night with concert film, introduction and DJ’s. Peter Ravn, the director behind many of Gangway’s videos, will introduce his cult classic ‘Gangway i Tyrol’ (1987). After the film screening, Ravn and music critic Klaus Lynggaard will be DJ’ing in Asta Bar.

September 29th
Cinemateket
Baren opens at 8:30PM
Film screening at 9:30PM
Get tickets (85 kr.)

 

Finnish foley, silent film and live music by Juho Kuosmanen

The Danish premiere of Juho Kuosmanen’s silent film ‘The Moonshiners’, and ‘Scrap-Mattila and the Beautiful Woman’ (2012) accompanied by live music from Ykspihlajan Kino-Orchestra and foley artist Heikki Kossi.

‘The Moonshiners’ (Salaviinanpolttajat) is a remake of the first Finnish film ever, but all copies of it have been lost. Therefore, Juho Kuosmanen wanted to recreate it from a 110 year old newspaper ad describing the plot of the film. However, Kuosmanen have added a few twists of his own.

Kuosmanens earlier silent film ‘Scrap-Mattila and the Beautiful Woman’ (2012) will also be screened with live music. Afterwards, Ykspihlajan Kino-Orchestra performs a concert with their renditions of classic film music.

Presented in collaboration with RMC and G((o))ng Tomorrow.

September 28th at 8PM
Akvariet, Rytmisk Musikkonservatorium (RMC)
Get tickets (90 kr.)