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Bodil Rørbech  

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Bodil Rørbech was born in 1967 and first soloed with an orchestra in 1990 in Tivoli in Copenhagen where she played Alban Berg's violin concerto. The following year, she had her official debut from the soloist class at the royal Danish Academy of Music in Copenhagen, where she was a student of prof. Peder Elbæk. She has also studied with Leon Spierer in Germany and with Joseph Silverstein in USA.

Bodil Rørbech performs as a soloist in Denmark and abroad, she frequently premieres new works and she performs as a soloist in contemporary Danish music. She has received the Jacob Gade Prize, the Music Critics' Artists' Prize, The Danish Radio's Bolero Prize, the Schierbeck Prize and the Danish Composers' Society's Musician Prize.

Live Dates

06/10/2004   Politiken

Per Nørgård: Nuit des Hommes
4/6 Stars

”Dette er Nørgårds mest helstøbte opera overhovedet … Det er musik der gør ondt og kun mere, fordi den også er smuk”
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02/12/1997   BBC Music Magazine

Pelle Gudmundsen-Holmgreen: Music for Voices and Instruments
5/5 Stars

"If you enjoy the fruits of an unfettered musical imagination, somewhat akin to Ligeti’s, this CD is for you."
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Discography

Seadrift
Seadrift
Per Nørgård

CD 8.226067 (2009)

Three celestial, dazzlingly beautiful works for soprano that explore the harmony of the universe

Nuit des Hommes
Nuit des Hommes
Per Nørgård

CD 8.226011 (2004)

Per Nørgård’s shattering anti-war opera for two singers with texts by Apollinaire

Chamber Music
Chamber Music
Rued Langgaard

CD 8.224139 (2000)

Lieder og kammerværker fra Langgaards afgørende brydningsår omkring 1. verdenskrig

Music for Voices and Instruments
Music for Voices and Instruments
Pelle Gudmundsen-Holmgreen

CD 8.224056 (1997)

Razor-sharp vocal works from a 25-year period with texts by among others Samuel Beckett


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