A summer in the world of music!

8 Jun
A quick selfie of violinist Kristian Bugge and my self, fully occupied by instructing and playing for a “Scandinavian Dance”, at Armory Court Stage, on the 46. NorthWest FolkLife Festival in Seattle.

How wonderful it was to return home to frederiksberg, Copenhagen, after 10 good days on tour in the US, from the peaceful West, over the prairie land in the North, to the vibrant East.

On this tour I performed with the Danish fiddler Kristian Bugge and, for some of the concerts, also with American metis fiddler Jamie Fox.

That was a lot of fun, we performed at the huge NorthWest FolkLife Festival down town Seattle, we visited the reservation of Fort Belknap in Montana, and we played a bunch of traditional music plus some Danish songs, at the wonderful Grundlovsdag celebration (The Danish Constitutional Day), organized by the people from The Danish Home, about an our from New York City.

After four years of touring, I have stopped playing in the trio Gangspil. Gangspil is quite a busy band that dig deep into – and promote – Danish traditional music, and after more than 5o concerts in USA in 2016, I just need to spend some time on writing and working on my own music.

And speaking about folk music summer: I will be touring on Faroe Islands in July with Kristian Bugge and Mette Kathrine Jensen Stærk, and there we will be working with the dance and concert repertoire, that we will be video recording at Musik over Præstø Fjord on Friday August 11th 2017.

I really look forward to a lovely summer in the world of music!