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Jesper Nordin (Danish conductor)

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Name  Jesper Nordin

Role  Composer
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Jesper Nordin (full name Jesper Loeser Severinsen Nordin) is a Danish conductor and composer, born in 1975.

Education and work

  • Debut from the Royal Danish Academy of Music in December 2006. Teachers were Giancarlo Andretta, Frans Rasmussen, Tamás Vetö, Dan-Oluf Stenlund. Private studies with Janos Fürst.
  • Since 2004 assistant conductor at the Royal Danish Opera on over 25 productions, including the complete "Der Ring des Nibelungen" (Richard Wagner) cycle 'The Copenhagen Ring', Die Frau Ohne Schatten, Elektra (Strauss), Wozzeck (Berg), Eugen Onegin (Tschaikovky), Don Carlo (Verdi), Tosca (Puccini), The Rake's Progress (Stravinsky), Tristan & Isolde, Parsifal (Wagner), Selma Jezkova (Poul Ruders), Don Giovanni, Die Zauberflöte, Le Nozze di Figaro (Mozart) a.o.
  • Studienleiter/Head of music at the Royal Danish Opera 2008-2010.
  • Conducted the world premiere of Edina Hadžiselimović's opera "Waiting in nowhere" at the Royal Danish Opera in 2010.
  • First appearance with the Royal Danish Ballet in March 2010 (in Balanchine's "Serenade")
  • Appears often with the Copenhagen Philharmonic Orchestra, the contemporary music ensemble Athelas and several other of Denmark's professional orchestras and ensembles.
  • References

    Jesper Nordin (Danish conductor) Wikipedia