Composer, performer, producer, organplayer – electronic music, free form, sound art, film music. Curates Spir festival. Masters in Organ from The Royal Danish Academy Of Music in Copenhagen.
"I´m interested in the greyzone areas where sound breaks up and transforms into something else. The stretched out feedback just before it feeds or the battle of two frequencies fighting to dominate the aural space. The moment before the vibrating string distorts and the seconds following the release of the huge clusterchord, where energy still hangs in the air. I like to stretch out and examine “inbetween-moments” and unrecognizable states of being.
I guess this translates into the music, but not always in the most obvious fashion, even though it´s definitely informing it. I aim to put light in the cracks, open up a new space, give an experience of transcendence. A journey beyond language and thinking. Ultimately."
Christian Rønn Solo: (Churchorgan, Wurlitzer Piano, Electronics)
Christian Rønn / Ikue Mori: "Chordis et Machina" (LP-project)
Prox: With Jørgen Teller (freeform electronics/noise)
Panser: With Peter Peter (psychedelic electro/rock)
Ganga: Semi-Electronic Downtempo Soloproject
Blind Mans Band w. Claus Poulsen/Kevin Angboly (improv)
Troln: with H. Navne, H. Liebgott, T. Olsen (Cinematic Slow)
Christian Rønn / Martin Lau Duo (Voice Art/Free Electronics)
Fritz Langs Metropolis. Music performed live at Roskilde Festival 2004 with Hanne Boel and Ganga Cinema Orchestra. New score in 2015, based on live-recordings from Roskilde 2004, as well as music by Brian Eno, In the Nurser, Portishead and Massive Attack. Reimagined by Ulrik Hviid and Palle Vedel.
Sergei Eisensteins Battleship Potemkin. Live Score by Christian Rønn / Peter Peter. Performed live on Roskilde Festivals Arena Stage, Metropol Stage and in Store Vega (CPH). Read reviews of the DVD in the reviewsection.