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Nordic Tonality 

28th August | 19.30

Due to a high demand after their last collaboration and performance together on Møn, Ensemble Storstrøm (Danish Chamber Players) and Niklas Walentin will be teaming up again performing newly written works by Scandinavian composers as well as performing a piano quintet of a real impact - work by African-American female composer Florence Price.

Veronika Vaka: 
Double Violin Concerto (World Premiere)

Florence Price:
Piano Quintet in A minor

More repertoire to follow.


Danish Chamber Players

Danish Chamber Playes (Ensemble Storstrøm in danish) was formed in 1991 and consists of 8 high- profile chamber musicians, 3 strings, 3 winds, piano and harp.

The ensemble's programming is wide-ranging and innovative, where alternative concert spaces and settings help convey the music to a diverse audience. Over the years, over 100 new works have been commissioned by the ensemble from the leading composers of the time, and thus Danish Chamber Players is helping to renew and update the classical repertoire.

Over 30 CD recordings and several annual radio transmissions in DR P2, as well as a large digital visibility, Danish Chamber Players as a significant cultural institution in Danish music life. With an active touring life, the Danish Chamber Players functions as a cultural ambassador for Danish chamber music and its region outside the country's borders 


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Niklas Walentin

Niklas Walentin has received more than 25 international music awards, is a three-time prize winner at the International Carl Nielsen competition in 2012, has released 6 albums and is the artistic director behind a number of festivals in Europe.


Niklas Walentin is also in international demand for his work as a teacher at masterclasses and his students regularly excel with critically acclaimed performances.​

Niklas is also a member of the award-winning ensemble Trio Vitruvi, which is the creator of the Reumert-winning 'Kammerballetten'.

In 2024, Niklas Walentin will publish his first jazz album, as well as the collected sonatas for violin and piano by Brahms for Naxos.

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