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CHRISTEN STUBBE TEGLBJAERG

Christen Stubbe Teglbjærg studied at the Royal Danish Academy of Music with Karen Levinsen and is also a graduate in musicology of the University of Copenhagen. After making his debut he continued his studies in Vienna with Joseph Dichler among others. Christen Stubbe Teglbjærg is one of the most sought after accompanists in Denmark and holds an appointment as répétiteur and accompanist at the Royal Danish Acadamy of Music and the Opera Academy. He has appeared in numerous radio and television productions and his recordings include Bernhard Lewkovitchs Ten Strings with Bo Anker Hansen (dacapo DCCD 9207-08) and songs by Poul Schierbeck (dacapo 8.224017).


Albums featuring this artist are available for download from ClassicsOnline.com
Role: Classical Artist 
Album Title
Catalogue No  Work Category 
HEISE / LANGE-MULLER: Songs Dacapo
8.224065
Vocal, Opera, Vocal
MORTENSEN, O.: Vocal Music Dacapo
8.224704
Vocal





 
 
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