Bio / Resumé
Lisa Holmqvist is a Swedish composer, singer and fine artist. She has been active as a composer/sound artist on her own as well as in collaboration with visual artists, film makers and choreographers such as: Jenny Andreasson, Alexandra Campbell, Åsa Cederqvist, Beata Gårdeler, Mirko Guido, Lena Jordebo, Lisa Langseth, Snejanka Mihaylova, and Jelena Rundqvist.
Under the moniker Liz Heiner, Lisa has released the albums ”Too weak to stop the show” (2005) and ”The Phoenix” (2010). She has also been a singer and co-writer in the bands “NYE” and “Radio LXMBRG”.
In 2016 Lisa won the award for best orginal music at Guldbaggen for the film ”Flocken”. For the same film she was also awarded the Doris Filmgeniprs, the jury desrcibes her work – ”Her composition worries and demands the audience’s full attention to the film’s theme and core and at the same time it’s really unique and incredibly beautiful.”
2015 – Flocken, Dir: Beata Gårdeler / 2afilm
2013 – Vännerna, Dir: Beata Gårdeler / SVT
2013 – The Quest for Presence, Dir: Åsa Cederqvist
2011 – The Cabinet, Dir: Åsa Cederqvist
2008 – Marbled Fantasy, Dir: Åsa Cederqvist
2006 – Godkänd, Dir: Lisa Langseth / Tre Vänner
2015 – Regissören Mai Zetterling, Dir: Lena Jordebo / SVT
2014 – Ön – Om Nobelcenter på Blasieholmen, Dir: Helene Schmitz
2012 – Knausgård, Dir: Lena Jordebo / SVT
2015 – A Song – vocal piece for 6 voices, performance with Snejanka Mihaylova / If I can’t dance, Amsterdam.
2015 – The Spiritual motherhood – Choir piece with Snejanka Mihaylova / Arena del Sole, Bologna.
2015 – A Prayer – vocal piece & two flutes, with Snejanka Mihaylova / RED CAT Hotel Theory, Los Angeles.
2013 – Cell – performance piece with Alexandra Campbell / Bomuldsfabriken, Arendal
2016 – Festival International du film d’Aubagne: Best original music for Flocking