"The shortest distance between man and wood
and the listener in the room"
I find that where the music really breathes, exhales and blows around is when I play live concerts. The good concert for me is when both the distance between the musician and the audience, as well as between man and wood become as small as possible and merge with the space in which the tones sound. Of course, this is not something I can control myself, but that is what is being pursued.
For me a room concert is a event where the intimate and the formel goes hand in hand. The music by my hand breathes from the place and surroundrings where it gets played. It grasps the stories that arise between us all - in the world, on the streets, in the home. The concept takes place in the home and is very simple. You invite some friends / acquaintances who might be interested in spending an hour with each other and my music. How many depend on acquaintances and how big a living room you have. The invited people show up and pay a modest amount (eg DKK 40). This amount goes, as a starting point, to the musician (signed), but depends on where in the country the room concert is to take place.