Ida lundén is a composer and musician, active mainly in chamber music, electronic and improvised music. 2011-2013 She was Composer in Residence at the Swedish Radio P2 and she was one of the founders of Syntjuntan. Her Music has been played at festivals like Musica Nova/Helsinki, Klang/Copenhagen, Piano+/Karlsruhe, Tokyo Jazzfestival, Nordic Music Days and she collaborates continuously with musicians, film makers and artists.

Over the last few years she has received attention for her imaginative works for sometimes unusual combinations of instruments like viola and potatoes or bass singers and double basses. In recent years staged concerts and performances has been in focus in projects like Orgel and Pygostylia. Songs My Mother’s Taught Me was nominated for the Nordic Council Music Prize 2016. Read more aobut the prize here and listen to the piece here.

Spring 2018 Touring with Intergalactic Underwater Palace again!

Autumn/winter 2017 New works and collaborations coming up with a.o. Orgel, Makadam and Karin Hellqvist/Heloisa Amaral.

4 February 2107 Uusinta ensemble are performing Tyskamossarnas Sugluft at Musica Nova festival in Helsinki. Review!

29 January 2017 Hear/Here in Gothenburg! We are playing in Hagakyrkan along with Mårten Nilssons film. (Edit: Nice reviews here)

27 January 2017 playing with Ba-Rock Out at Kroch #2/Pygméteatern, Stockholm. (Edit: View clip from live-performance here!)