G((o))ng Tomorrow Festival 3.-11.11.2017
G((o))ng Tomorrow is an annual festival in Copenhagen for new, experimental music and sound art that cut across genres an take up encounters with other art forms. In 2017, the festival opens its 3rd edition in various venues throughout Copenhagen, where you can meet tomorrow’s musicians and composers as well as some of the most innovative performance artists and avant-gardists of today. The festival is organised by Snyk, the national centre for new, experimental music and sound art in Denmark.
Concerts And Sound Art All Year Round
G((o))ng Tomorrow presents music and sound art throughout the year. We collaborate with organisers across genres and art forms to present brand new musical genre encounters and experiments. We collaborate with Glyptoteket, Jazzhouse, Thorvaldsen’s Museum, Vega, SMK – National Gallery of Denmark, Copenhagen Jazz Festival, Strøm Festival, ArtFreq, Cinemateket, DR Koncerthuset, CPH PIX, and many more.
The G((o))ng Tomorrow Organisation
Festival and Artistic Management Thorbjørn Tønder Hansen, thorbjorn(a)snyk.dk, T: 53 73 90 01
Head of Production Anne Dalby, ad(a)snyk.dk, T: 61 75 75 65
Head of press and communication Agnete Seerup, agnete(a)snyk.dk, T: 20 98 61 21
Graphic Design Signe Lupnov
G((o))ng Tomorrow is organized by
SNYK – the national centre for new, experimental music and sound art
2300 Copenhagen S
T: 3393 0024
G((o))ng Tomorrow 2016 HAS BEEN MADE POSSIBLE BY SUPPORT FROM AND COLLABORATION WITH
TuborgFondet, Skands, Statens Kunstfond, Københavns Kommune, Dansk Komponist Forening, DJBFA, Augustinus Fonden, Oticon Fonden, Carl Nielsen og Anne Marie Carl-Nielsens Legat, CPH PIX, ArtFreq, Glyptoteket, Carl Nielsen Museet, Danacord, Statsbiblioteket, Koncertkirken, Literaturhaus, Hofteatret, Vor Frue Kirke, Jazzhouse, Dansk Musiker Forbund København, Jazz Club Loco, Goethe-Institut Dänemark, Hrvatska kuća – Croatia House, Department for Culture of The City of Zagreb og Japan Foundation