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Odense Symphony Orchestra

Ulf Jeppesen

Odense Symphony Orchestra – one of Denmarks five regional orchestras – was established in 1946, but it’s roots go all the way back to about the year 1800. From being a theatre orchestra that also played symphonic music the orchestra today is a continuously developing and expanding modern symphony orchestra with 73 permanent musicians and a high level of activity. Odense Symphony Orchestra is based in Odense Concert Hall, which was inaugurated in 1982. Most of the orchestra's concerts are given in the Carl Nielsen Hall, a concert hall with excellent acoustics, a seating capacity of 1,212 and a large 46-stops organ built by Marcussen & Son, one of the world's leading organ builders.Concerts and productions with Odense Symphony Orchestra vary in terms of size and genre: from symphony concerts, light classical and opera to chamber music, children/youth concerts and crossovers.


  • Jesper Koch


  • Anders Koppel

    Double Triple Koppel

  • Andy Pape

    An Amerikaner in Danmark

  • Poul Rovsing Olsen

    Piano Concerto and Orchestral Works

  • Anders Brødsgaard


  • C.E.F. Weyse

    The Key Masterpieces

  • Jacob Gade

    Jealousy - Suites, tangos and waltzes

  • Paul von Klenau

    Die Weise von Liebe und Tod des Cornetts Christoph Rilke

  • Anders Koppel

    Works for Saxophone and orchestra

  • C.E.F. Weyse, J.P.E. Hartmann, August Enna, Louis Glass, Poul Schierbeck, Finn Høffding

    Music inspired by Hans Christian Andersen

  • Herman D. Koppel


  • Hakon Børresen

    The Royal Guest

  • John Frandsen

    Orchestral Works

  • Jesper Koch

    Orchestral Works

  • Poul Rovsing Olsen


  • Paul von Klenau

    Orchestral Works Vol. 2

  • Erik Jørgensen


  • Paul von Klenau

    Orchestral Works Vol. 1

  • Poul Schierbeck

    Queen Dagmar

  • Finn Høffding, Sven Erik Werner, Fuzzy

    Musical Fairytales by Hans Christian Andersen

  • Niels Viggo Bentzon

    Piano Concerto no. 4

  • Poul Ruders

    Solar Trilogy