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Peter Danstrup

Peter Danstrup, bassist, composer, associate professor Born April 23 1954 in Copenhagen Education Student 1972 Teacher Training College 1972-73 The Royal Danish Academy of Music, double bass 1975-79 (unfinished) Bands ’70’s: Jazzbanden, Oktobergruppen, Bohena, Strange Brothers + John Tchicai, Cox Orange, Salsa Na Ma ’80’s: Six Winds, Jørgen Emborg Quartet, Halberg/Larsen, Svend Asmussens String Swing, New Jungle Orchestra, Pete Dan Band, Link Wray, Mazur/Markussen Kvartet, Mikkel Nordsø Band, Jan Kaspersen Kvintet, John Tchicai Group, Space Train, 3-step, Op, Op, Op, Two Bass Hit ´90’s: John Tchicai Quartet, Berimbau, Aisha, Maaneklar ´00’s: Jan Kaspersen SOB, Mikkel Nordsø Band, Berimbau, Ultraktement, Alisio Ensemble, Jan Kaspersen SaxChase ´10’s: The Reptiles, Alisio Ensemble, Mikkel Nordsø Band, Jan Kaspersen Saxchase, Klökkeblömst Pedagogical/administrative career: 1977- ca ’90: Teaches at the Vallekilde og Brandbjerg music seminars 1986-87: director of the Vallekilde Music Semionar From 1988: teaches at Rytmisk Musikkonservatorium (RMC), Copenhagen 1997 - 2005: Director of Rytmisk Musikkonservatorium (RMC) 2006 – associate professor, RMC Prizes:: 1975: Dunkerque, Bohena, 1

Klökkeblömst

Label: ILK Music
Released: 2013

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Og Bolgen Slog mod Salten Strand

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Label: ILK Music
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Duration: 5:17

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Ballad to John T

Featuring the music of Peter Danstrup
Duration: 5:31

A video from the ILK205CD 'Klökkeblömst' dedicated to the lated John Tchicai

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