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there are no more four seasons

"This affects you. It’s Vivaldi as you’ve never heard him before."
Classical/New music/EAM
Pioneers within the classical live remix movement, there are no more four seasons began with a recomposition of Vivaldi’s Four Seasons. Time has passed since the original piece was first composed in 1725 (and 2004), while concert halls and elevator music remain. As the cultural climate changes, seasons do as well, and arguing for the fact that there are no longer four seasons, the duo strives to take hold of this lost chronology in all of their work. Taking up the consequences of time, the electronic musician, Mattias Petersson, and experimental violinist, George Kentros, perform music reflecting the twin burdens of tradition and relevance. 
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 Apart from their self-titled debut work, which was named "one of the ten best classical recordings of the decade" by the Swedish daily paper DN, there are no more four seasons have also recomposed works by Biber, Ravel, and Johan Strauss Jr, and have toured extensively across Europe, in North America and Mexico, as well as in New Zealand. 

 Sweden-based Mattias Petersson works as a composer and musician for electronic instruments. He works mainly within the realm of experimental electronic music and sound art and has also been involved in the pop scene. 

 The  American/Swedish violinist George Kentros has performed as a chamber musician, soloist, and actor across Europe and the US, Central America, Oceania and Japan. He also founded klubb SEKT and among other things, is the publisher of the periodical Nutida Musik.