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Martin Lohse


Martin Lohse began his artistic studies at the Department of Musicology at Copenhagen University in 1990.

In 1995 he was admitted to The Royal Danish Academy of Music, Copenhagen, where he studied composition and music theory as a pupil of Hans Abrahamsen and Niels Rosing-Schow. In 2000 he was accepted for postgraduate studies in composition and in 2004 he had his debut at The Royal Academy of Music. In 2003, he received the 3-year Grant from The Danish Arts Foundation. In addition to composing works for a wide range of instruments and media, Lohse has authored several books on making musical arrangements, Bach’s counterpoint, and acoustics and is active as both a poet and a painter, focusing primarily on abstractions with a clash of disintegration and pure and clear colours.

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