Accordionist Bjarke Mogensen – UK Tour with his ensemble KOTTOS – May 2018

Bjarke Mogensen

Accordionist Bjarke Mogensen and his Ensemble on Tour in UK

Bjarke Mogensen, professor of accordion at the Royal Danish Academy of Music, is touring the UK with his ensemble KOTTOS next week.

KOTTOS is rather unique ensemble with some of the greatest Danish instrumental talents of their generation. They perform arranged works by Bartok, Grieg, Liadov & Rimsky-Korsakov as well as their own compositions in a programme that explores folklore inspired works within the classical music.

Find them in Tetbury, Hexham and Dunblane:

– 16/5/18 – 19.30 Tetbury Goods Shed, Arts center
– 18/5/18 – 19.30 Nordic Voices Festival – Hexham
– 20/5/18 15.00 Dunblane Cathedral

KOTTOS comprises internationally award winning musicians led by accordionist Bjarke Mogensen, Pernille Petersen, recorder, Josefine Opsahl, cello & Christos Farmakis, bouzouki.

Royal Academy of Music Accordion Masterclass 21st June 2016 – Bjarke Mogensen

Bjarke Mogensen

The last of this season’s interesting and informative accordion masterclasses at the Royal Academy of Music before the summer recess.  This month sees the visit of Bjarke Mogensen who teaches accordion at the Royal Danish Conservatoire, where Royal Academy of Music accordion professor studined himself under Mogens Ellegard.

This, as ever, is the perfect opportunity for teachers of accordion to go along and see visiting professors from conservatoires from all over the world work with the accordion students at the Royal Academy of Music.  It is always fascinating to see how different teachers present a variety of ideas to the students and bring out different characteristics in their playing.

Tuesday, 21.06.2016 10:00, York Gate 150

10.00am–1.00pm. (then Lunch) resuming at 2.00–5.00pm

With Bjarke Mogensen, from the Royal Danish Academy of Music in Copenhagen

Free, no tickets required