Esther Bobrova lange

Esther Bobrova lange

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Conductor Esther Bobrova Lange, born in Russia, settled in Denmark in 1973.   January 2015, A visualizing project: Performing in Kaunas, Lithuania, the musical presentation of H.C. Andersen’s ”The Steadfast Tin Soldier” written by the English composer Keith Amos for symphony orchestra and narrator, accompanied by pictures of the Danish illustrator Tina Filsø. Wrote a ballet libretto to S. Rachmaninov’s cantata “Vespers” (“All-Night Vigil”) – a performance combining ballet and choir. Wrote an opera libretto based upon H.C. Andersen’s fairy-tale, “The Snow Queen” , together with Uffe Lange Working on the project “Classical music with animation” since 2010. Conducted several concerts with Danish classical music in Latvia, Ukraine, Russia and Lithuania. Conducted the first performance in Denmark of the Russian cantata “John of Damascus” by S.Taneyev. Assistant conductor for Aarhus Summer Opera’s first production of a modern opera by John Frandsen. Established and conducted the first Danish Children’s Opera Theatre, where operas by English, German and Danish composers were performed in Denmark for the first time. Choirmaster at Malmö’s Opera Theatre, Sweden. Conducted professional orchestras in Denmark, Finland, Sweden, Latvia, Ukraine, Russia, Lithuania and amateur orchestras in Denmark. Participated in several international conducting master classes in England, Sweden, Finland, Latvia, Ukraine, Russia and Lithuania. Undertook postgraduate studies in the orchestra conducting class at Sibelius Academy in Helsinki, Finland under the guidance of Professor Jorma Panula and at St. Petersburg State Conservatory, Russia, under the guidance of Professor Ilya Musin. Graduated from the Royal Danish Conservatory of Music in Copenhagen in 1982 as the first female student in the orchestra conducting class. Graduated from the Tchaikovsky Conservatory in Moscow in choir conducting and piano.
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