20th of March 2011, ACEC-building, Apeldoorn, The Ligeti academy performing Five monochromes (non-music-theater setting) 
6th of April 2011, Muziekgebouw aan ‘t IJ, Amsterdam, The Ligeti academy performing Five monochromes 
16th of April, 2011, at 15:00 at National gallery of Iceland, Reykjavík, performance of KOSKO 
21st of April 2011, Royal Conservatory, Den Haag, The Ligeti academy performing Five monochromes 
21st of April 2011, Studio Loos, Den Haag, Ensemble Klang performing Sculpture #3 
9th of June 2011 - Studio Loos: Ephémère [concert series], Den Haag, Performers: Karl Ingi Karlsson, Lovorka Holjevac, Nikolaj Kynde and Þráinn Hjálmarsson
8’ - for 4 Thranophones and radio 
Projected Notation 
17th of June 2011 - concert in Nutshuis, Den Haag
8’ - for 4 Thranophones and radio 
Performers: Karl Ingi Karlsson, Lovorka Holjevac, Nikolaj Kynde and Þráinn Hjálmarsson
Sculpture #3 
Performers: Corné Roos, David Pocknee, Maya Felixbrot, Nikolaj Kynde, Milana Zaric and Þráinn Hjálmarsson
3rd of August 2011 at 20:00 - Salurinn, Kópavogur, Iceland, SKARK string ensemble performing Sculpture #2 
Opening concert of the music festival Tónlistarhátíð Unga fólksins. Other pieces on the program are Serenada for string orchestra in E-major, op. 22 by Antonin Dvorak and Aurora by Iannis Xenakis.
22nd of August 2011, RDAM Concert Hall [UNM 2011-festival], Copenhagen, Denmark, Athelas Sinfonietta performing Sculpture #1-1 
30th of September 2011, Reykjavík Art Museum - Hafnarhús, [Sláturtíð 2011 - International New music festival], Reykjavík. Fengjastrútur performing Sculpture #3 
19th of November 2011, Listasafn Kópavogs - Gerðarsafn, Kópavogur. Duet with Ingi Garðar Erlendsson on 2 Thranophones.
1-4. September, Installation at Gallerí Suðsuðvestur, Reykjanesbær, Iceland. Sculpture #4 
16th of April, 2011, at 13:00 at National gallery of Iceland, “Notation as a part of the composition”, lecture as a part of the exhibition Hljóðheimar, see further: http://www.listasafn.is/?expand=0-84&i=84
9th of May, 2011 at 16:00, Studio III, The Royal Conservatory, Den Haag, M.A. lecture: “Notation as an active part of composition”
29th of October, 2011 at 13:00, Reykjavík Art Museum - Hafnarhús, Reykjavík. Lecture on Thranophones - introduction to the instrument and it's future development. Part of LornaLAB, curated by Halldór Úlfarsson, visual artist. see further: Event on LornaLAB website
2nd of May 2011, Thranophone #2: Requiem: Recording of a performance of a piece by Áki Ásgeirsson where he used some varied version of the Thranophone #2: Requiem instrument. Broadcasted on the Icelandic national broadcasting service on show, Ópus
December issue of Reykjavík Grapevine - Article on LornaLAB by Kári Tulinius; LAB IT UP!
3rd of March 2012, Harpa concert house, Reykjavík, Iceland - Premiere of the piece MMXII
for 2 db. and perc.
23rd of April 2012, Iðnó, Reykjavík - Premiere of the piece Brú
(working title) for Duo Harpverk
May 2012 - Lecture/Performance with/on the work of Magnús Pálsson, visual artist. A collaboration with the visual artist Bryndís Björnsdóttir.
Lecture as a part of Art in Translation
- conference on Language and the Arts.
Thranophone development - an extension of Thranophone #2
- see further Future Thranophones
and Thranophone formant
Festival director of UNM 2012 - Music Innovation
, held in Reykjavík, August 2012.
12th of January 2012 - Re-running of the radio-theater show: Svipleiftur, made by Jón Hallur Stefánsson in 2008 on the life of the writer Steinar Sigurjónsson, music made by Lydía Grétarsdóttir and Þráinn Hjálmarsson. Útvarpsleikhúsið: Svipleiftur
March 2013 - Thranophones in context to the past, now and future.