Picture from a restaurant concert in late september 2007 in Copenhagen, arranged by the concert-group Lydgruben:
The idea behind the concert was to unite food and music in one experience. Four composers each made a piece to go with one specific Japanese dish (because it was done in the Japanese restaurant Wagamama). Lars Kynde, Eblis Alvarez, Anders Monrad and Toke Odin contributed with one piece of music each. It was the intention that the music should have Muzak traits, i.e. be light enough and perhaps static enough to be played while people were eating.
- The music I did for the gingered fried noodles with chicken
- Description of the projects made by Lydgruben, written by Lars Kynde
With support from Danish Composers' Society / KODA's Fund for Social and Cultural Purposes