SKROT tours all over Sweden and abroad with workshops and concerts, experimenting and inventing new music.

When Skrot play our genres are: world/folk music, jazz / improvisation, early music / classical music.scrapmusic with traditional swedish folkmusic, balkan, rock, ambient etc We also like electronic instruments and loops. We often loop both sounds from the audience and from us. And we also made some electronic instruments.

For example these instruments: road cone tuba, scrap clarinet, telescopic saxophone, rubber glove bagpipe, foonki, pvc pipe flutes, drain pipeophone, watering can guitar, shovel guitar hank drums etc.

About the workshops: SKROT music lab For all curious and inventive children, families and adults.

The Music lab is a place for music-making and music experimentation . Musical-instrumentbuilding with arts, crafts and technology in a tinkering-workshop. Come build, play and try out music instruments, made from recycled materials and everyday objects. You can invent a new musical instrument and play it together with Skrot.

Skrot tries to approach new instruments like children do, without prejudice and with great curiosity. In that way musical instruments becomes something that anybody can build and play. Just go and start inventing and making your own instruments. ”-With enough knowledge, you can build any musical instrument.” “It’s imagination and fantasy that makes you see that a vegetable, a plastic tube or a bone from a mammoth can be turned into a flute. ”(Quote SKROT) The concert fits most ages from preschool and older, it´s great fun for the hole family!

Group members

Anna Cederquist
Martin Harborg
Anders Björkqvist
Hans Nilsson
Marcus Lundgren

Mellan två-fem musiker beroende på vilken produktion. I SKROT-Blueprints är vi tex, fyra.

SKROT gör olika former av barnverksamhet med musik, teknik. SKROT som är en fri musikgrupp som funnits sedan 2010 har fem medlemmar.

Anna Cederquist, Martin Harborg, Hans Nilsson, Marcus Lundgren och Anders Björkqvist,
som gör musikinstrument med barn och spelar konserter tillsammans på instrument vi själva har byggt, analogt och digitalt.
Anna Cederquist, Martin Harborg, Hans Nilsson, Anders Björkqvist Marcus Lundgren har alla en gedigen och lång erfarenhet av att arbeta med barn och musik. De jobbar både
som musiker och som musikpedagoger, är utbildade instrumental- och ensemblelärare och har gått på Musikhögskolorna i Arvika, Piteå och Malmö.