The internationally active artist Dagmar Glemme and Carl Peterson has recently started a long-term collaboration across the art forms. Dagmar is at this moment, on her way of completing oil paintings based on Leopold Godowskys "Java Suite" and Carl's interpretation of that very piece. It all will be presented at exhibition-concerts in Sweden, Germany and Poland.
In the summer of 2012, Carl Peterson is invited to three international music festivals. The most prestigious is in the Czech Republic where the city Hukvaldy organizes its 19th month-longfestival this summer in memory of it's cities great composer, Leos Janacek. In addition to this festival Carl will be heard in Cracow, where he is invited to play an evening concert at the Royal Palace of Wawels courtyard and at the castle in Debnie in Poland.
2012 is the German opera composer, Friedrich von Flotow's 200th anniversary. To celebrate this, Carl together with Polish cellist Estera Rajnicka, recorded the "6 Melodien" Flotow wrote together with Jacques Offenbach - which in turn is best known for his operettas. The music, written in Paris by then, two famous composers, is easy-listening as it's best; full of love and life, to be enjoyed by everyone.
Together with the award winning polish Archetti Chamber Orchestra, Carl is scheduled to perform Camille Saint-Saëns most famous composition. Under the direction of the upcoming Polish conductor Maciej Koczur and together with polish pianist Ewa Ksiazek, they will present this, by Camille Saint-Saëns hated - but by the audience loved orchestral work.
May 2012 will be most interesting for the theatre going public in Copenhagen when a newly written play will be introduced to the audience. The story about the relation of a small girl and an excentric hero is going to hit the headlines, for sure.