August 4, 2022
Dreamers' Circus 2022-2023 Season Highlights
 “They’re world class. Now the world needs to hear them.”

“Dreamers’ Circus does for Nordic folk music, what Astor Piazzolla and the tango nuevo did for Argentinian folk music.”
Politiken (Denmark)

Dreamers' Circus is an ambitiously inventive acoustic band taking the new-Nordic music scene by storm, winners of five Danish Music Awards. Formed after a live jam session in Copenhagen more than ten years ago, this talented trio’s sound is based on virtuosic and incendiary musical ability across a range of instruments that includes violin, accordion, piano and cittern. Endlessly exploring new challenges for themselves and for audiences, Dreamers’ Circus mine their backgrounds in traditional and roots music to present a genre-bending amalgam of folk sensibility, jazz improvisation and classical complexity distilled through an openness to popular music influences. The result is music that is resolutely contemporary and rhythmically and melodically engrossing.

The trio's members are Danish violinist Rune Tonsgaard Sørensen (who is also a member of the renowned Danish String Quartet), Danish pianist and accordionist Nikolaj Busk and Nordic cittern player Ale Carr (from Sweden). Dreamers’ Circus will embark on two US tours this season, one in Sept/Oct and the other in Feb/March 2023 (dates below).

Current, recent and upcoming projects

 Double vinyl record reissue of Blue White Gold (2020) and Lost Swans (2022). Due fall 2022 (or whenever the supply chain allows for production).  Video: Blue White Gold album teaser

Collaboration with Japanese composer Yasunori Mitsuda on music for the video game Chrono Cross, including: Sailing  and Termina

Handed On, a song book and video series launching September 10 with a concert at the National Archives in Copenhagen. A collection of 58 original tunes for players of all levels.
A collaboration with the DR Børnekoret (Danish Radio’s Children's Choir) on a record of Danish children’s folk songs, release in June. Watch here 

Collaboration with renowned Danish fiddler Poul Bjerager Christiansen on an initiative to bring traditional folk music to life from centuries-old handwritten scores. Watch: Walz and Gammel Reel

North American Tour Dates, 2022-23

Sep 27, 2022/ Lewisburg, PA / Bucknell University
Sept 28, 2022/ Richmond VA / Modlin Center, University of Richmond
Sept 30, 2022/ Burlington, VT / University of Vermont Lane Series
Oct 1, 2022 / Saratoga, NY / Saratoga Performing Arts Center
Oct 2 & 3, 2022/ 2022 / Washington DC / Dumbarton Oaks
Oct 5, 2022/ Provo, UT / Harris Fine Arts Center, Brigham Young University

Feb 24, 2023/ Boston, MA / Celebrity Series of Boston (Debut)
Feb 26, 2023/ Orono, ME / The Collins Center for the Arts
Mar 1 & 2, 2023/ Detroit, MI / Detroit Chamber Music Society
Mar 3, 2023/ San Francisco / San Francisco Performances
Mar 5, 2023/ Portland, OR / Portland Friends of Chamber Music 

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