Fabian Svensson

Welcome to the website of composer Fabian Svensson.

On these pages, you can read about his music, listen to audio clips, see score samples and more.

Latest news:

Melodica Madness in Hamburg

[Oct 2017] Fabian has been invited as a special guest of the 4th annual Non-Piano/Toy Piano Weekend in Hamburg, Germany. This festival, established by Jennifer Hymer, is devoted exclusively to the latest trends in the piano, keyboard and toy piano repertoire. On Saturday, November 11, the festival will feature Fabian’s large-scale melodica octet Melodica Madness – the first performance of the piece in over a decade!
Festival Website

Selected for the TUTTI Festival

[Jan 2017] Fabian’s piece Twang has been selected for the 2017 TUTTI Festival at Denison University in Granville, Ohio. The festival will be held from February 6-11, and Fabian’s piece will be performed by Minju Choi at a concert in the Burke Hall on February 10.
Festival website

Cross-Atlantic Collaboration with Ensemble mise-en

[Oct 2016] Fabian recently finished his piece Exercises in Indulgence, written for the New York-based ensemble mise-en and their project “Connections: Swedish Contemporary Music.” Fabian’s piece will, alongside music by four other Swedish composers, be premiered on a concert at Scandinavia House in New York on October 24. The ensemble will give repeat performances of the program at the Swedish Embassy in Washington D.C. on October 25, and as part of the festival “Sound of Stockholm” in Sweden on November 10.
Ensemble mise-en website

Fabian Joins the BabelScores Catalogue

[Sep 2016] Several of Fabian’s scores are now available for purchase or rent from BabelScores, a French-based online library and store for contemporary music. An additional batch of his scores will be added to the site at a later date. In their own words, BabelScores “looks into and selects the works of the most creative, original and innovative composers of the past few decades, offering a wide catalogue and setting up a powerful circulation platform without any restrictions.”
BabelScores website