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Welcome to my website
    - Welcome to my life labyrinth

Being a singer...
   - I have learned to listen
to the pauses between the notes,
   - I have learned to be no one else except myself,
   - I have learned that if you refuse anything but the very best, you very often get it.

"I always demand from music that it must give me back a broad view of everything ... create order. That is what we are longing for in our innermost soul. A corrective to the silent chaos which is inherent in every human being. In sublime music we will experience that our strive can be submitted a wonderful calmness, and we shall feel peace."
Quote from the Danish royal king Christian IV (1577-1648)

Maybe this is what I'd want to tell the world: when we keep our spaces simple, when we are authentic and aim for perfection, it helps us to understand how infinitely rich and beautiful life is.

Becoming a singer has been a long journey for me. And even so, it has only begun. Love is the spirit that motivates my travel, and the music keeps me moving, no matter what the odds are.

It is with much joy that I present my journey to you.

• Read about 'Serene' - which is the name of my present journey into new, undiscovered musical lands

• Listen to my Self Portrait in words – if you want to know why I sing.
I'm aware it sounds a bit pathetique, but nevertheless, I've tried to be honest.
(If you want to read the words or download as MP3, click here.)

• Read my Curriculum Vitae if you want to know how the journey began.

• Browse through my press clippings if you'd like to learn more about my background.

• One picture says more than a thousand words. Well, there are 40 pictures in my private photo album.

• In 1998-2001, I studied at Berklee College of Music in Boston, USA. At that time, I produced a Berklee Portfolio, in particular, for the Berklee College of Music to be able to consider me for a scholarship.

And don't forget to drop me a note before you decide to leave.

Hope to meet you in real life - sooner or later! :-)