Bass clarinetist and soprano saxophonist Jakob Draminsky Højmark is certainly best-known for the wonderful lines he played for ten years alongside France pianist Pascal Comelade. But he also loves an active profession being a composer, generally in the areas of electro-acoustic music, improvisation, and opera. Located in Barcelona, Spain, since 1990, he provides released a string of albums by himself label MultiSounds. Højmark exists in Copenhagen, Denmark. He’s mainly self-taught on both his musical instruments, but went to many workshops by Danish music artists in his formative years, hence studying quickly with Pierre Dørge and John Tchicai, amongst others. A six-month stay on the Holstebro Music College in 1976 released him towards the music of John Cage and sparked a pastime in innovative music, the youthful reedsman recommended to first have a shot at achievement. From 1977 to 1986, he got involved with many tasks — jazz-rock combos, Balkan folk, salsa music groupings, party bands, studio room function — that held him alive and given. Looking for a new starting, Højmark relocated to Western Berlin in 1986 and tapped in to the free of charge improv picture there, using Peter Hollinger, Sven-Åke Johansson, and Wolfgang Fuchs, with whom he additional created his mastery from the bass clarinet. Back Copenhagen, he produced the noise-improv duo Tzarina Q Cut with guitarist Jørgen Teller. Generally mixed up in past due ’80s and early ’90s, the machine toured Denmark, Germany, and Spain, where Højmark made a decision to stay. In Barcelona, he begun to develop a pastime in pc music. Dreamjingles (1990), his initial solo Compact disc (pursuing two self-released cassettes), centered on computer-enhanced saxophone and clarinet parts. At around once, he started composing operas with acoustic and/or electro-acoustic ratings. “Turandot” (1993) initiated a long lasting cooperation with librettist Peter Lausegen. En Landsoldats Dagbog (1995) and Storage (1996) discovered their method onto Compact disc in 1997. Since 2000, the ambitious acousmatic opera set up/concert “a clear sPACE?” continues to be provided in Denmark, Spain, Italy, and Japan. In the first ’90s, Højmark got drafted in the Barcelona edition of French naïve composer Pascal Comelade’s music group (the Bel Canto Orquestra), alongside Tag Cunningham, Pierre Bastien, Oriol Perucho, and Gat. He initial appeared using one from the pianist’s recordings in 1993 (Danses et Chants de Syldavia) and still left a mark of all of his albums up to the 1999 Reside in Lisbon. His last live show with Comelade occurred in 2000, but he continuing to play along with his bandmates, specifically with Cunningham’s group RAEO. Many of them show up on the Comelade-influenced Compact disc For the Wild birds (2001), Højmark’s lightest single record to time.