Marcus plays on Semper Liber

Some of Marcus´s past organ performances with Spire have been captured on Touch´s latest release, Semper Liber

The Players: Marcus Davidson Hildur Gudnadottir Mike Harding
Charles Matthews Clare M Singer Maia Urstad Anna von Hausswolff

Performed on the 1893 Schlag & Söhne organ at Johanneskirken, Bergen; the 1967 Karl Ludwig Schuke organ at Passionskirche, Berlin; the Peter Bares organ, inaugurated in 2004, at Kunststation St Peter, Cologne; the 1885 ‘Father’ Henry Willis organ at Lincoln Cathedral; the 1877 ‘Father’ Henry Willis organ at Union Chapel, London; the Rieger organ at St. Stephan’s Church, Mautern & the 1897 Johnson & Son organ at St. Saviour’s Anglican Church, Riga between 2009 and 2016

The Eternal Chord – Semper Liber

Marcus works being performed at word PAINTING sound

Contemporary music meets sound painting (gratis concert)

Mimes Brønn, Universitet på Vestlandet, Kronstad, Bergen 4th June 17.15.

Featuring compositions by Jostein Stalheim and Marcus Davidson, word PAINTING sound presents works based on texts by Shakespeare and Hughes, together with a demonstration of sound painting with its creator – Walter Thompson – with live video painting by Xavier Bonete. Featuring The Sky of Consciousness by Roger Huckle and Marcus Davidson.

Soundpainting is the universal multidisciplinary live composing sign language for musicians, actors, dancers, and visual Artists. The language comprises more than 1500 gestures that are signed by the Soundpainter (composer) to indicate the type of material desired of the performers. The Soundpainting language was created by Walter Thompson in Woodstock, New York in 1974.

Performing are:

Walter Thompson
Jostein Stalheim
Roger Huckle
Hilde Annine Hasselberg
Ljubov Katerli
Marcus Davidson
David Hebert
Alexander Fikse Fosse
Sonat Cosçuner