Eva Noer Kondrup Podcast Portrait

The Danish Composers' Society brings a portrait interview in their podcast series produced by radio journalist Birgitta Tollan.

Eva Noer Kondrup. Foto: Anne Vibeke Leth

Eva Noer Kondrup was the first woman to study composition at the Royal Danish Academy of Music, where she started her studies in 1991 with Niels Rosing-Schow and Ivar Frounberg as her teachers.

She tells about her fascination with notes as signs, about composing by throwing a dice and about interpreting laces as the unwritten music of women.

Hear the whole interview here (in Danish)

Previous episodes of the podcast series include interviews with Bára Gísladóttir and Line Tjørnhøj.