Jörgen Häll (b. 1986) is a Swedish composer, based in Piteå. He has studied for prof. Jan Sandström, Jaime Reis, Gordon McPherson, Rory Boyle, Oliver Searle, Gary Verkade, Johan Ramström and Martin Schultz. He has also participated in workshops with Salvatore Sciarrino, Sir James McMillan and Jaime Reis, among others.
His original work include chamber and orchestral music, electro-acoustics, sound art, as well as music for games and films.
His works have been performed around the world and he has worked with ensembles and orchestras such as Alter Ego (ITA), Ensemble MISE-EN (US), Senzoku Gakuen Symphony Orchestra (JPN), Esbjerg Ensemble (DEN), Arctic Sinfonietta (NO), Norrbotten NEO (SWE), Drottningholm Baroque Orchestra (SWE) Gävle Symphonic Orchestra (SWE) and the Symphony Orchestra of NorrlandsOperan (SWE).
His musical style is broad and he is confident working with real musicians but also producing music in a studio.
Master Programme in Music Performance, Composition. Luleå University of Technology
Bachelor Programme in Music, Composition. Luleå University of Technology
Composition, Framnäs Folkhögskola
2009 - 2010
Musicology, Uppsala University
The Royal Academy of Music's National Grant, 2016
The Royal Academy of Music's Local Grant, 2014
The Molander Brothers' Grant, 2014
Finalist in the 1st International Senzoku Gakuen Composition Competition for Symphonic-Pops Orchestra in Tokyo
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