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Ingólfur Vilhjálmsson clarinetist was born in Iceland and lives in Berlin. He studied in Amsterdam with Herman Braune, Harmen de Boer and on bass clarinet with Harry Sparnaay and Eric van Deuren. He has a great preference for the bass clarinet which he performs regularly also as a solo instrument. He received a scholarship as a member of the Ensemble Modern Academy 2006-2007. Ingólfur is a member of Adapter ensemble, (Berlin) and his other chamber activities include Duo Plus with accordionist Andrea Kiefer and also a duo with percussionist Tobias Guttmann (Duo Dualism). He has worked with many composers of his generation and given concerts in Germany, Holland, Finland and Iceland, including in festivals like, März Musik (Berlin), Invention (Berlin), Dark Music Days, Frum- (Reykjavík) and De Suite (Amsterdam). Ingólfur has worked with known composers such as Hosokawa and with Lachenmann on his avant-garde landmark piece Dal niente. His playing has been recorded by the WDR, The Icelandic Radio and the Hessische Rundfunk.

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1. Bois Chantant - Áskell Másson. 2. 337° - Áki Ásgeirsson. 3. Brainstorm in a Glass of Water - Gunnar Andreas Kristinsson. 4. Karkija - Antti Auvinen. 5. The Indigenous Spirit - Kolbeinn Einarsson. 6. Opna - Atli Ingólfsson.

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