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Katrine Gislinge

Katrine Gislinge (born 1969) is a Scandinavian pianist. She began taking piano lessons at the age of six. After taking her diploma in 1990 at the Royal Danish Academy of Music in Copenhagen, she studied with, among others, Seymour Lipkin in New York, Boris Berman and Peter Feuchtwanger in London.

Katrine Gislinge's concerts have evoked a broad spectrum of superlatives. She is well known for her musical imagination and profound empathy with the classical repertoire.

Katrine Gislinge's career has picked up speed: She is the first Danish pianist to record on Deutsche Grammophon, chamber music collaboration with international artists like the German Petersen String Quartet, the cellist Jian Wang, cellist Marc Coppey, the flautist Emmanuel Pahud, the violinist Augustin Dumay and the violist Gérard Caussé; solo concerts at international festivals (fx. Festival Internacional Cervantino in Mexico and 'Le Festival de Radio France et Montpellier'and soloist performances conducted by among others Eri Klas, Hiroyuki Iwaki, Michael Schønwandt, Okko Kamu, Heinrich Schiff, Kurt Sanderling, Adam Fischer and Sylvain Cambreling.

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