The Bishops of Denmark
Ten programmes portraying the bishops of Denmark.
In their cathedrals and at home.
Two programs portraying immigrants who are successfully integrated in Denmark.
The Seducer’s Cooking
Six programmes where guests learn to make seducing food for their beloved one.
Jesper Klein is one of the most popular comedians in Denmark. Here he introduces four of the greatest composers of classical music playing his tuba, his double-bass and his piano.
Lotte Heise is the most popular female entertainer in Denmark, often with provocative views. With a great touch of humour she pierces deeply-rooted habits and opinions in two shows. The genre is renewed by introducing Lotte’s own television photographer on stage.
An Evening With Ballet.
An evening on ballet and dancers. A co-production with DR – The Danish Broadcasting Corporation.
Concerto Copenhagen Christmas Calender 2006
24 Chapters with Danish journalist Michael Bo and Lars Ulrik Mortensen. French baroque music from Concerto Copenhagens Christmas Concert 2004
Concerto Copenhagen Christmas Calender 2007
24 Chapters with Danish journalist Karen Fich and Musicians from Concerto Copenhagen.
The Artist Against Society.
Fight, sweat and tears. Splendid moments. And being alone.
The Emperor’s New Clothes
Tuaregs perform The Emperor’s New Clothes by H.C. Andersen.
A tale in 24 chapters for television.
TV & DVD
Piano Festival with 12 young established pianists, who have all won the Danish Steinway Piano Competition.
The Léonie Sonning Music Prize (2007)
Concert and presentation of the 2007 prize winner Lars Ulrik Mortensen at The Danish Royal Theatre.
Play – for Your Life
Four television programmes on a classical music competition for children, organized from scratch by Cubus.
The Diamond Ensemble’s First Night
The Royal Library in Copenhagen stages some of the best musicians in Denmark.
This programme captivates the rehearsals and the performance of the very first night.
Barbara Hendricks in Nakskov
The world famous singer has chosen to work with a high school choir in a small provincial town in Denmark to perform Poulenc’s Stabat Mater.
Leonard Cohen on Danish Lips
The best songs by Leonard Cohen translated to Danish and performed by the most popular Danish rock and pop singers.
A “Hit” Turns 100 Years Old.
Tango Jalousie by Jacob Gade has for decades been the most played melody in the world.
The celebration of the 100 year anniversary took place in The Tivoli Gardens at a gala concert.
Danish National Symphony Orchestra in South America
Documentary filmed on tour in Argentina and Brazil.
Carl Nielsen in New York
Documentary from the International Carl Nielsen Violin Competition in New York.
Michala Petri in Concert
The world famous recorder player in a village church
The Late Aage Haugland
One of the greatest singers at the Metropolitan Opera died far too young in the year 2000. The programme brings TV-cuts, where especially his great sense of humour is documented.
An upcoming young trio in concert at Frederiksdal Castle, near Copenhagen.
The programme comes very close to the sensitive and successful composer, who is acclaimed world wide for his dramatic music
A young flute player well on the way to an international career.
Upcoming young recorder player. DR Artist.
He has been the world champion in dinghy sailing several times. Now he seeks new challenges by going through the hardest alpine trial in the world.
Two radio programmes follow up on the television programmes.
Jørgen I. Jensen
In four programmes the philosopher, music scientist and theologian gives personal opinions on well known composers.