Martin has studied composition in Stockholm, Uppsala and Amsterdam, and is member of Society of Swedish Composers since 2000. He has written for all imaginable kinds of ensembles, from solo pieces to orchestra, with or without electronics. He has also composed for film, theatre and dance.

Recent works

Three Princes of Serendip (2019), for solo percussion pdf watch
Sudoku #6 (2019), for flute quartet pdf watch
Gyration Point 3.22 (2018), for septet pdf listen
Hundra tusen miljarder (2014), for mixed choir pdf listen
Den Tredje Mannen (2012), for any duo pdf
Tänk (2011), film music, for archlute and recorders pdf watch
Phylnlu (2010), for three improvisers and recitation pdf listen
Fragg (2009), for archlute pdf listen
Wrench (2008), for soprano saxophone pdf listen
Opener (2007), for orchestra pdf listen
Duello (2007), for two YouHero guitars pdf watch
Sudoku#1 (2005), for eight electric guitars pdf watch
Méditation (2003), for piano pdf listen
Electrical Sunshine Window (2002), for violin and electronics  pdf listen

1999 Stockholm County Cultural Award, for 1000 years in 1000 seconds
2007 Composer in Residence, Bergslagen Chamber Symphonic

Wind Music (2003) Sfz Records
Eclectric guitar experience (2007)
Fab Lab (2011)
Urverk (2017), Uppsala Vokalensemble

Published works
Concerto for Cor Anglais and Clarinet Sextet (2003). Ed Reimers
1000 years in 1000 seconds (2004). Ed Reimers
Saxparty 1.3/1.4 (2005), Ed Reimers
Half the Truth about the Universe (2005), Gold Branch Music
Tuba Trilogy (2006), Gold Branch Music

Martin Q at Svensk Musik

Martin Q at Soundcloud

”Det är alldeles lätt att beskriva, men det är förtätat och faktiskt bitvis nästan vackert. Fan tro’t, men satt jag inte där till slut och lät mig bedåras!”
Arbetarbladet 4/10 2002