It is early on a winter’s morning somewhere in mainland Denmark, the fields and woods are snow-covered, the sun is barely up. In the gloom, a clutch of children with schoolbags huddle by the bus-stop,...

Denmark comprises the Jutland peninsula and 406 islands, big and small. The third biggest island, Funen (Fyn), lies between Jutland and Zealand and is home to about a half million of Denmark’s 5.5 million inhabitants....

“We had been in Australia to play some concerts and see some of my old friends, and on the way home we were to fly via Papua New Guinea and Thailand for a bit of...

On the Danish band Asynje, on finding inspiration in dusty old manuscripts, and on modern Viking romanticism. It is night. In Denmark’s National Museum, in the middle of old Copenhagen, the over two hundred year-old...

This is the story of four Danish musicians’ quest for the tone closest to the heart “Tonight, we will find the Nordic tone,” is how pianist Pojken Flensburg presents the evening’s programme for the capacity...

In the past decade, Danish singer Stine Michel (born in 1973) has recorded a handful of albums, won a Danish Music Award and given hundreds of concerts for children and adults throughout Denmark and Sweden....