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Svøbsk – seducing Danish folk music with a sound of timelessness

Listening to the playing of Maren Hallberg and Jørgen Dickmeiss makes you sense a close personal relationship between two people converging towards a common destiny. They create an enchanting atmosphere with soul and deep empathy and they perform closely intertwined, as in the traditional dance from which they took the name Svøbsk. The music is a mixture of traditional and contemporary folk music brilliantly played, breathing life into playful pieces with intriguing melodies. Their bright and articulated music is rooted in the revived legacy of folk traditions from Denmark and its surrounding countries. The two musicians draw on a wide range of musical expressions which is united with their deep respect for the Danish tradition. Svøbsk has existed since 2003, when Maren and Jørgen met each other at the conservatory of Funen, where they both studied at the folkmusic department.

As a duo they released their much acclaimed CD Sig mig (“Tell me”) in 2005 which was nominated for a Danish music awards as debut of the year 2006. Working with their second album En klang af tidløshed (“A sound of timelessness”) – released in 2009 – Svøbsk added piano and percussion to the setup. It complements most beautifully the closely knit musical patchwork of Hallberg and Dickmeiss.

Svøbsk play a large number of concerts in clubs, festivals, churches and schools every year and have been touring Canada, Greenland, Finland, Iceland, Poland, Scotland and Germany.

Svøbsk is the name of a melody – and dancetype, where you turn ’round and ’round in a close embrace until you get all “svøbsked”.

Svøbsk is pronounced: swirbsk” – with the “ir” as in bird!

The lineup is:

Maren Hallberg – accordion
Jørgen Dickmeiss – violin, vocal, mandolin, guitar, jaws harp, harmonica


Svøbsk Quartet – seducing Danish folk music with a sound of timelessness

Listening to the playing of Maren Hallberg and Jørgen Dickmeiss makes you sense a close personal relationship between two people converging towards a common destiny. They create an enchanting atmosphere with soul and deep empathy and they perform closely intertwined, as in the traditional dance from which they took the name Svøbsk. The music is a mixture of traditional and contemporary folk music brilliantly played, breathing life into playful pieces with intriguing melodies. Their bright and articulated music is rooted in the revived legacy of folk traditions from Denmark and its surrounding countries.

Hallberg and Dickmeiss have allied themselves with the two great musicians Theis Langlands and Simon Busk and their contributions on piano and percussion complement most beautifully the closely knit musical patchwork of Svøbsk. The musicians draw on a wide range of musical expressions which is united with their deep respect for the Danish tradition. The joy of playing is present and it is clearly to everyone that they inspire each other in their playing.

Svøbsk has existed since 2003, when Hallberg and Dickmeiss met each other at the conservatory of Funen, where they both studied at the folkmusic department. As a duo they released their much acclaimed CD Sig mig (“Tell me”) in 2005 which was nominated for a Danish music awards as debut of the year 2006. Their second album En klang af tidløshed (“A sound of timelessness”) – released in 2009 – added piano and percussion to the setup.

Svøbsk play a large number of concerts in clubs, festivals, churches and schools every year and have been touring Canada, Greenland, Finland, Iceland, Poland, Scotland and Germany.

Svøbsk is the name of a melody – and dancetype, where you turn ’round and ’round in a close embrace until you get all “svøbsked”.

Svøbsk is pronounced: swirbsk” – with the “ir” as in bird!

The lineup is:

Maren Hallberg – accordion
Jørgen Dickmeiss – violin, vocal, mandolin, guitar, jaws harp, harmonica
Theis Langlands – piano, jaws harp
Simon Busk – percussion


Quotes

” Svøbsk made the fabulous “Sig mig” in 2005 and now they have made a dozen enchanting compositions. Indefinable tunes that make you sway and move longingly. Dickmeiss and Hallberg are very expressive and the piano and percussion complete them wonderfully. ”

Le Canard Folk, July 09, Marc Baudain

“ Maren and Jorgen complement each other most brilliantly. The musical energy and technical background is unmistakably in order and we are not afraid to predict a promising future for the couple. ” Fyens Stiftidende, Aksel Brahe 22.06.2005

“ Dickmeiss is a violinist beyond any comparison. ” Le Canard Folk, August 2005, M. Baudin, Belgien.

” Quite Svoebsk… with love and deep empathy. “ Arbejderen, Helge Knudsen, 17.08.2005

“ The sensitive is transformed in a strongly personal initiative, which makes before and after melt into an expression that is completely and absolutely SVØBSK! There you go! “

Carl Erik Lundgaard – musician and teacher, June 2005.

” Bubbling duo from Funen. The two musicians are breathtaking players. ”

Jydske Vestkysten, Sep 05, Ole Sørensen

“A deep knowledge of the old music combined with a lively sense of innovation. Splendid drive and rhytm! ” Sing Out, Dec 06, Mary DesRosiers

Upcoming events

2023

Fri, 10th Feb 7:00pm conferenciers, Strib Vinter Festival, Strib

Sat, 11th Feb 11:00am conferenciers, Strib Vinter Festival, Strib

Sun, 12th Feb 1:00pm Svøbsk Quartet, Strib vinter festival, Strib

Wed, 8th Mar 7:30pm Music and talk, Seems Kirke, Seems

Fri, 10th Mar 3:30pm Svøbsk Bal Trio, private arrangement, Rødding Friskole, Rødding, TBC

Wed, 15th Mar 5:00pm Family mass, Almind Kirke, Almind

Sun, 26th Mar 2:00pm Svøbsk Quartet Family concert, Klaverfabrikken, Hillerød

Sat, 1st Apr 1:00pm Svøbsk Trio family concert, Hårbøllehuset, Vordingborg

Wed, 3rd May 7:30pm concert with Præst/Vinther, Bodernes Kulturhus, Næstved

Fri, 5th May 9:30am Outdoor mass, Davinde Sø / Davinde Kirke (in case of rain), Odense

Wed, 17th May 4:00pm Folkmusic and naturewalk, Phønix området, Udlodsgyden, Davinde

Mon, 29th May 10:30 TBC Outdoor mass, Rønninge præstegårdshave, Rønninge

Fri, 2nd Jun 2:00pm Outdoor mass, TBC, Rønninge præstegårdshave, Rønninge

Thu, 8th Jun 7:30pm concert, Klarup Kirke, Klarup, Aalborg

Sat, 10th Jun 8:00pm dance music, Århus Folkemusikhus, Viborgvej 53, Århus

Fri, 16th Jun 7:00pm Folkmusic and naturewalk, Phønix området, Udlodsgyden, Davinde

Sat, 17th Jun 7:30pm concert, Helnæs Kultur- og Musikforening, Hjemstavnsgården, Gummerup

Sat, 17th Jun 10:00am Folkmusic and naturewalk, Phønix området, Udlodsgyden, Davinde

Fri, 23rd Jun 6:30pm Saint John Feast, Ullerslev Kirke, Ullerslev

Thu, 29th Jun 10:00am Svøbsk Kvartet Childrens Concert, Skagen Festival, Skagen

Fri, 14th Jul 8:00pm Teachers, Fur Island Camp, Fur

Sun, 3rd Sep 11:00am Harvest mass, Agedrup kirke, Odense

Sun, 10th Sep 10:00am Svøbsk Quartet; Music for Harvest mass, Thomas Kingo Kirke, Odense

Sun, 24th Sep 10:30am Harvest mass, Egedal Kirke, TBC, Egedal

Wed, 13th Dec 9:00am Christmas for kindergardens, closed event, Stenløse Kirke, Odense