New album "Everything is Lost" is out 

"Everything is Lost" is the title of the new album by My Beautiful Decay 1973 featuring Trio Ismena. It is derived from a quote by Alberto Giacometti and inspired by the profound existential dialogues between Giacometti and the philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre. This album delves into the transformative journey through life, where new understanding emerges as a result of change. In moments of apparent loss, we discover new layers of our existence and create something new out of what seems to be lost.

The focus track, "Walking Woman," draws inspiration from Giacometti's iconic sculpture, "Walking Woman 1." The woman in motion becomes a symbol of the constant quest for meaning and identity in a world marked by endless possibilities and choices. Each instrument represents a facet of the individual's experience, with the piano symbolizing determination, the cello embodying the depth of reflection, and the violin expressing the freedom of movement.

“The more you fail, the more you succeed. It is only when everything is lost and — instead of giving up — you go on, that you experience the momentary prospect of some slight progress. Suddenly you have the feeling — be it an illusion or not — that something new has opened up.”  Alberto Giacometti

Listen here:

Also watch the musicvideo to the track “Walking Woman” from the album here on Youtube:

New single and musicvideo "The Fall of Tears" is out 

The new single “The Fall of Tears” featuring Rudersdal Chamber Players is out today together with a new musicvideo.

“Tears cascaded from their radiant eyes, a manifestation of the shared emotions they carried. The tears fell like liquid diamonds, glistening in the ambient glow. Each droplet was a story, a fragment of the human experience, released into the night”

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Watch musicvideo here:

Thank you for a great concert at SMK Fridays 

Thank you everyone for coming by to hear my new suite “Everything is Lost” at SMK Fridays, performed by Rudersdal Chamber Players. All in connection with the opening of the exhibition “What meets the eye” by Alberto Giacometti on the 9th of february.


The new album Elements featuring Rudersdal Chamber Players is out 

The new album Elements featuring Rudersdal Chamber Players is out.

You can listen to the album here on your streaming platform:

The album titled "Elements" delves into the musical exploration of Fire, Water, Earth, and Air. The composer writes “I try to captures the essence of these elements through evocative compositions: Fire personifies the passionate core, a miniature sun, nestled within the human heart, Water mirrors the undulating waves of human emotion, Earth connects with the earthy soil and the transformative symbolism of ashes, and Air resonates as the breath of symbiosis and interconnectedness with life.” 

Focus track on the album is "Ashes to Ashes." Within this composition, ashes become a symbol of transformation, inviting listeners to contemplate the profound cycles of life and rebirth. The beauty of these cycles is intertwined with a poignant sense of melancholy, a reflection of the inherent sadness that often accompanies the profound truths of existence. 

Elements is written to Rudersdal Chamber Players and It was premiered at Louisiana Modern Museum of Art in Humlebæk, Denmark, June 2022. 

With support from Koda’s Cultural Funds and Danish Arts Foundation.

Read more about Rudersdal Chamber Players here:


A great concert at Louisiana with ACME 

If was a great afternoon hearing and performing with American Contemporary Music Ensemble at Louisiana Modern Museum of Art i Humlebæk in Denmark.  We also had a recording session together in MillFactory Studio, recording my new suite “Garden Rain”. 1. Opus 33 2. Sad as time dissapears 3. Opus 42 4. October.

Thanks to all of you who came to the concert and made this a memorable and great moment together.

Photo from the concert: 


Photo from the recording session in MillFactory: