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In November 2016, Infinite Bach premiered at the Royal Chapel in Stockholm, and it took a long time to find the best way to share this ravishing music by J.S. Bach and Johan Ullén with the world.

For those unfamiliar, Infinite Bach comprises four violin concertos by J.S. Bach, recomposed by the ingenious Swedish composer, Johan Ullén.


While firmly rooted in Bach, the original score has been reworked, infused with harmonies associated with film music, pop-aesthetic, and minimalism.


The music has been looped, twisted, and harmonies have been added and taken away. We all have favorite moments in long classical works, and this is especially true in music. Whether it's the tragic highlight in the song of the Wood-Dove in Schönberg's Gurrelieder or the tenor aria in "E lucevan le stelle" from Puccini's Tosca, we all have those moments we wish could last longer. This was the objective behind Infinite Bach, to allow listeners to stay and hang onto those beautiful moments.


In January 2021, Svarfvar and Ullén recorded ReBach with the London Philharmonic Orchestra in Abbey Road Studio 2, a legendary studio. The project also includes a film that was launched alongside the album release. Johan not only composed the work but also played the cembalo on the recording, while I led the orchestra and played the solo violin.


The CD album and four music videos were released on November 19, 2021, and I encourage you to stay tuned for this inspiring project.

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