Tina Christiansen (b. 1984) completed her Master's Degree in 2011 at The Royal Academy of Music in Aarhus, Denmark, with top marks in organ playing. Her teacher was Professor Ulrik Spang-Hanssen. After the Master she studied for two years in the Advanced Soloist Class and finished with six concerts in Denmark in the summer 2013.
Besides the studies in Aarhus Tina has also been studying at Malmö Academy of Music in Sweden in the class of Anders Johnsson.
Tina has played concerts in Europe and Asia (Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Poland, Germany, Austria, The Netherlands, England, Scotland, Italy, Spain, Hungary, Latvia and Russia).
Tina has participated in competitions both at home and abroad, and she has been awarded in the following competitions: 1st Prize in Southern Danish Talent Competition 2006 and 3rd prize in the fourth Feliks Nowowiejski Organ Competition 2010 in Poland. In 2011, she was admitted at the final selection in the 12th Marcello Galanti International Organ Competition in Italy.
In 2010, she won the Academy's Soloist Competition in Aarhus and has afterwards been playing concerts as a soloist with The Prince's Music Corps in 2011.
Tina has received the Memorial Scholarship of Thoeger Rasmussen (2009), the Music Scholarship of Viggo Makwarth and Veronika Makwarth (2011)
and The Ejnar Hansen Prize (2012).
Tina has participated in study tours and master classes in Denmark, Germany, France, England, Italy, Spain and USA. Master classes with Dame Gillian Weir, Roger Fisher, Nigel Allcoat, Leo van Doeselaar, Paolo Crivellaro, Marie-Louise Langlais, Winfried Bönig, Bjoern Andor Drage, Ullrich Böhme, Michele Croese, Hans Fagius, Eric Lebrun and Thomas Trotter.
Tina also plays the harpsichord and has as a continuo player participated in several major oratorios with Aarhus Bach Society, CD recordings with Aarhus Symphony Orchestra and Randers Chamber Orchestra and concerts with Odense Symphony Orchestra, South Jutland Symphony Orchestra, Ensemble Zimmermann and The Danish Youth Ensemble.
Tina has been giving several new organ pieces their first performance. These pieces are written by the composers Anders Koppel (DK), Niels Marthinsen (DK), Erik Højsgaard (DK), Lars Kristian Hansen (DK) and Indra Rise (Latvia).
Tina is organist and director of music at Ansgar's Church in Odense, Denmark.
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