Five performers submerge themselves in glass water tanks to play custom-made instruments and sing entirely underwater. Transformed inside these darkly glittering, aquatic chambers, they produce compositions that are both eerily melodic and powerfully resonant.


AquaSonic is the culmination of years of research into the exciting possibilities of submerged musical performance, breaking barriers and challenging existing paradigms.


The artists conducted countless experiments in collaboration with deep-sea divers, instrument makers and scientists to develop entirely new, highly specialized subaqueous instruments. These include an underwater organ or hydraulophone, crystallophone, rotacorda, percussion and violin. The team also perfected a distinctive vocal technique for underwater singing.


The result is a concert experience completely out of the ordinary; a deep dive into a magical new universe of images and sounds.

After 10 years of work, AquaSonic had it’s world premiere in the Netherlands in 2016. It is now a viral phenomenon and the concert is requested all over the world.

Press photos

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Photo by Tikhonov Edward
Robert Karlsson Photo by Jens Peter Enge
Laila Skovmand
Between Music
Moran le Bars
Morten Poulsen
Technical specifications



Laila Skovmand

Artistic director, composer, vocals, hydraulophone

Robert Karlsson  

Innovative director, violin, crystallophone


Nanna Bech 

Vocals, rotacorda

Moran Le Bars 


Morten Poulsen 



Roman Komar 

Sound designer and sound engineer

Rune Halken Tønnes

Light designer and light engineer


Claus Madsen

Technical director and stage manager



Anders Boll 

First sound design​

Adalsteinn Stefansson

First light design


AquaSonic was originally produced by

FuturePerfect Productions




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Innovation/Experiental design 2018


Winner Ep 2, 2018

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Public prize 2016


Honorable award 2015

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