Born 1980. Started piano lessons age 11 and wrote his first composition two years later. At age 15 he won first prize in a competition for young composers.
Preliminary organist degree from Vestervig School of Church Music.
Bachelor degree from The Royal Academy of Music, Aalborg.
He has given numerous concerts both in Denmark and abroad. His own compositions have been performed around the world, fx in England, Germany and as far away as Ecuador.
1991 - Started piano lessons
1993 - Started composing
1995 - Won first prize in a competition for young composers
1999 - Started playing the church organ
2002 - Preliminary Organist Degree from Vestervig School of Chruch Music
2007 - Bachelor degree from the Royal Academy of Music, Aalborg
Yes, I play live. It's a very rewarding experience. I feel a great contact between the audience and myself. It's nice to be able to play for people who appreciates what you have to give.
My main influences are those from the good old romantic period, Chopin and Liszt and such, but later comtemporary sounds have been sneaking into my music. So it's kind of a mix between Chopin, Brian Crain and Brian BecVar, among others.
For composing, improvising and recording I usually use my Roland RD-150 e-piano, which is hooked up to my computer. I use Finale 2008 for creating sheet music for my pieces.