• Listen to Avanti! Chamber Orchestra conducted by Clément Mao-Takacs at Danish Radio

  • Listen to Mogens Dahl Chamber Choir and Athelas Sinfonietta at The Danish Radio P2 January 30th


  • Two Inger Christensen songs composed by Hans Abrahamsen and sung by Caroline Wettergreen

  • A GHOST STORY FOR CHILDREN performed by FIGURA & Joachim Knop

  • Composer-in-Residence // Anna Thorvaldsdottir

    Composer-in-Residence // Anna Thorvaldsdottir
  • ARTIST TALK in the sofa

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new music biennale

25th - 28th January 2018

NJORD Biennale

Modern music and art in which we can completely immerse ourselves, find ourselves mirrored and reflect on the world and our own lives...


NJORD is Copenhagen´s innovative biennale for new Nordic music, art and culture. The second NJORD Biennale takes place January 25th - 28th 2018 in various venues in Copenhagen.



NORDIC NOIR meaning the underlying, the creepy, the unknown

NORDIC NOIR meaning the meditative, mindfulness, looking inwards and the contemplative

NORDIC NOIR meaning the impact of the dark, Nordic winter landscapes which is also the setting for the Biennale

Volunteer at NJORD

Gain practical experience with concert production, distribution, artist care and more

Meet others who are just as passionate about music as you are

Attend concerts for free

Meet talented Nordic artists and musicians


NJORD 2018 is supported by // Aage og Johanne Louis-Hansens Fond // A.P. Møller og Hustru Chastine Mc-Kinney Møllers Fond til almene Formaal // Augustinus Fonden // DJBFA - Composer and Songwriters' Production Pool and Koda's Cultural Funds // Danish Composers' Society's Production Pool and Koda's Cultural Funds // Fondet for Dansk-Islandsk Samarbejde // Frederiksberg Kommune // Knud Højgaards Fond // Københavns Kommune // Nordisk Kulturfond // Oticon Fonden // Sonning-Fonden // Statens Kunstfond //


NJORD | Jan 25th – 28th 2018 | Copenhagen

NJORD is Copenhagen's biennale for new Nordic music and art. The biennale brings together composers, visual artists, musicians, poets, and directors in Nordic collaboration on a number of cross-artistic projects.