The musical journey

Welcome to the artist's / band's own page, here there will be an opportunity for you to read much more, see photos and possibly. videos, of those that you have shown interest in!



The idea of. this show and the start of this, happened in the fall of 2020 and quickly became a success.

But it got harder and harder to get around with this and we had to put it on hold until September / October 2021, when we started it up in Sweden and to great success there.

We have now here in late 2021, already agreed 6 performances in Sweden and 2 in Denmark in 2022 and we are incredibly looking forward to it and of course with some of our fantastic singers and musicians as well as our conductor Knud Rasmussen.


Cecilia Lindwall, soprano, is educated at the Statens Musikhøjskole and Statens Operahøjskole in Oslo.

She debuted as a Musetta in La Boheme at the Norwegian Opera in 2000.

That same year, she won the international opera competition, Kammeroper Schloss Rheinsberg in Berlin, which resulted in a commitment as a permanent soloist at the Staatstheater Braunschweig, where she has sung about 15 lead roles.

Since 2008, Cecilia Lindwall has lived and worked in Copenhagen and has visited Malmö Opera, Det Kgl. Theater in Copenhagen and operas and festivals in Norway in roles such as Violetta in La Traviata and Micaëla in Carmen.

In the autumn of 2015, she sang the lead role as Sylva in Czardasfyrstinden at Hofteatret in Copenhagen with Operettekompagniet. 2015 - 2017 she was on a concert tour in Denmark with Opera on the Rocks.

In 2018, she sang the lead role in the newly written opera The Traveler at Takkelloftet, the Royal Theater. In 2018-19, she was part of the ensemble in Phantome of the Opera at the New Theater in Copenhagen.019 she was part of the re-nominated production of La Boheme at Østre Gasværk under the auspices of the Copenhagen Opera Festival.

Anna-Kajsa Holmberg was born in Stockholm, educated at the Funen Music Conservatory and today lives in Malmö.

She has studied the Bel Canto tradition in Italy with Sonia Turchetta, professor at the Conservatorio G Verdi in Milan. She continued her studies with Philip Doghan, Professor at the Royal Academy in London. Then by Neil Semer, New York. 

Anna-Kajsa works as a freelance singer in Sweden and Denmark. She has worked at Opera på Skäret, Opera Hedeland, Malmö Opera and has been both soloist and chorister at the Royal Theater. In addition, she is often used as a soloist at concerts and in churches around Sweden and Denmark.

Tenor - Andreas Warden-Bigom Educated in classical singing from the Royal Danish Academy of Music.

Has, despite his young age, performed in several opera productions with several major performances in i.a. Pollione in Bellini's Norma, Turiddu in Mascagnis Cavalleria Rusticana, Tamino in The Magic Flute by Mozart, Sverkel in Hartmann's Liden Kirsten and a lot of bigger supporting roles and ensembles.
As a concert singer in Handel's Messiah, Bach's Christmas Oratorio, Mozart's Mass in C minor, Beethoven's Mass in C major, Dvorak's Mass in D major, Weyse's first Reformation cantata. 

Lieder Eines Fahrenden Gesellen and Kindertotenlieder by Mahler.
Schuberts Die Schöne Müllerin og Vaughan-Williams Songs of Travel. 

In addition, a myriad of concerts in Denmark and Sweden. 

With him on stage, Andreas brings a versatility that stems from a long past as a classical pianist and as a heavy-metal singer with which he has released several CDs and toured for several years before he finally embarked as a classical singer!

Knud Rasmusen, pianist, Educated at the Royal Danish Academy of Music as a pianist and organist.

Has had an extensive company as a rehearsal and accompanist and has participated in countless concerts at home and abroad, as an accompanist for i.a. The Three Royal Tenors and The Three Royal Sopranos.

Knud Rasmussen has since 2012 acted as conductor, on all our different shows.

Is employed as an organist in Virum Church and arranges many concerts here, both church musical events, chamber concerts and solo concerts.

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