Concerts Summer 2018

July 17th 15.00: Enskede Årsta, Stockholm. Woodpeckers Recorder Quartet plays “Borrowed, not stolen…”
July 18th 19.00: Femø Kirke. In Consort – premieres a new arrangement of Bach by Viggo Mangor.
July 21st 13.00: Frederiksværk Musikfestial. KOTTOS premieres a new work by Mogens Christensen.
July 24th 20.00: Nordisk Kammermusik Festival. Hillerød. KOTTOS plays “Songs and Dances”
July 30th : Den gamle station, Hirtshals. KOTTOS plays “Songs and Dances”
August 1st 19.00: Tvillum Kirke, Denmark. KOTTOS plays “Songs and Dances”
August 2nd 20.00: Faaborg Kirke, Denmark. KOTTOS plays “Songs and Dances”
August 3rd 19.30: Copenhagen Summer Festival. KOTTOS plays “Songs and Dances”
August 16th 19.30: Udby Kirke, Udby, Denmark. KOTTOS plays “Songs and Dances”
August 21st 20.00: Svaneke Kirke, Bornholms Musikfestival. KOTTOS plays “Songs and Dances”

Recent videos

The last couple of months making really down to earth homemade video clips has been a fun and efficiant way to connect to people especially via facebook. One of the Woodpeckers videos had more than 600.000 views on Facebook. Lots of fun – have a look here:

Woodpeckers Recorder Quartet:


KOTTOS summer tour 2017

KOTTOS summer tour 2017:

July 22nd 19.00: Sneum Kirke, Denmark
July 23rd 15.00: Fanø Free Folk Festival, Fanø, Denmark
August 11th 20.00: Tisvilde Højskole, Denmark
August 12th 19.30: Den Gamle Station, Hirtshals, Denmark
August 18th 19.00: Flatdal Kyrke, Norway
August 22nd 20.00: KoncertKirken, Blågårds Plads, Copenhagen.

KOTTOS Awarded Radio Listeners Prize from Danish State Radio

After an exciting voting session KOTTOS received the “Lytterprisen 2017” – the Listeners Prize from Danish State Radio. This little creative and playful disc won over extremely acclaimed nominees – we are very humbled and honored and thankful to all who took the time to leave us a vote!

Photo by: Martin Mydtskov

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P2s lytterpris – cast a vote for KOTTOS

This week KOTTOS got the wonderful surprise that we have been nominated for the Danish Radio P2’s listeners prize (P2s Lytterpris). We are super excited and honored! Now we need your help – the award is given to the album with the most internet votes – so please vote here for our progressive folk album!Click on the link, scroll down and vote for Kottos!

This week KOTTOS is playing at the Royal Opera in Copenhagen in a contemporary opera about danish Second World War legend Kaj Munk, “Martyriet” by John Frandsen. First time ever, I dare to say, that an opera is premiered with an original score for recorder, bouzouki, accordion and cello. We had a wonderful premiere this Saturday and will be playing this week at the Royal Opera in Copenhagen.
Photos by: Martin Mydtskov Rønne