This October, we welcome Indian singer/songwriter Dhrev Visvanath to Stockholm and our first songwriting camp with people attending both on-site and online. Buy a ticket if you want to write a song together with this rising star, praised by Rolling Stone Magazine and Acoustic Guitar Magazine USA. His albums the Lost Cause and Orion are full of emotionally charged and rhythmically intense songs that will improve your life – you have to listen.
Did you know that the Beatles toured Sweden in 1963, before they got really big? They performed at the Eskilstuna Sporthall along with local Swedish talents like Trio med Bumba and The Violents.
Right now, it’s easy to get the feeling that history is repeating itself… Lithuanian super talent and former Black Belt Songwriting Camp attendee, Juozas Martin, is playing Örebro Saluhall, Thursday, Sept. 5 at 20:00. We’ll be there, and we’ll be able to say:
“I saw him at the Örebro Saluhall before he went really big”
We arrange songwriting camps. You can join! here is picture of Niklas Molinder, CEO of Auddly, talking about fair sharing and collaboration. We (Iphigenia Publishing) take copyright very seriously too, and so do most songwriters. We are all dependent on immaterial right being respected in society, and among colleges. We are very proud to have Auddly as a partner, and never miss the chance of promoting this beautiful tool that help us collaborate and share in a fair way. Sign up for a free account at auddly.com and give your next collaboration a good start.
Finally, the Sami edition of our book on songwriting is in print!
It is available in several on-line books shops, for instance here: BoD (books on demand)
We are very proud to announce that Iphigenia Publishing was nominated for the SKAPA innovation prize, instituted by Örebro Regional Council.
It’s always good to meet other people. If you want to learn, reading a book or two is great, but if you get the chance to meet people that share your interests and passions the learning process gets a whole new dimension.
This is why we aim to pair our literature with activities where readers can meet and interact with other readers and with the authors of the stuff they’ve been reading. These activities are an important part of our business concept.
We’re a small but expanding Publisher. What can be better than be accepted to an incubation program? Advice from experienced professionals in the various fields of entrepreneurship is, of course, more than welcome! Our business model is found interesting, and we’re proud of that!
There is so much beauty in Sami Culture and Music. Listen to the song Unna Nieiddas by Sara Marielle Gaup Beaska and the group Adjagas. Do you know about joiking? A joik is actually called luohti in Northern Sami (voulle in Southern Sami). Here’s a few lines from our interview with Sara Marielle Gaup Beaska:
”Every person has a luohti, and every animal, mountain and streem. Your luohti trails behind you, and someone who knows you well enough can catch it, and give it voice. The luohti in Unna Nieiddas, for instance, is a child-luohti – my own daughters actually. The luohti follows a child, and evolves as the child grows.”
Immensely proud to be announcing the fourthcoming release of a book on film sound, by legendary Swedish sound designer Klas Dykhoff, professor of film sound at Stockholm Academy of Dramatic Arts. The Swedish title is ››Filmljud, Ljudbild eller Synvilla?‹‹. What will the English title be? Translation can be tricky! Any suggestions from our Swedish speaking friends?