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MARTIN LOHSE  

(b 1971 )

Martin Lohse studied musicology at the University of Copenhagen as well as music theory and composition at the Royal Danish Academy of Music in Copenhagen as a pupil of Hans Abrahamsen and Niels Rosing-Schow. He has participated in the Young Nordic Music Festival in Oslo in 1998 and has had works performed at the NUMUS Festival in Aarhus, at concerts in the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art and at Danmarks Radio, by among other ensembles Vokalgruppen Ars Nova and the Copenhagen Phiolharmonic Orchestra. Martin Lohse is also active as a visual artist; his paintings are abstract, with clear dominant primary colours.

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