I have a Master’s degree in musicology combined with biology from the University of Copenhagen – you might think it’s an odd combination, but it allowed me to persue my two main interests: music and nature, and I find it very useful to be able to see the world from a humanistic point of view equipped with the knowledge from natural science. Besides studying I have also persued my two passions as a volunteer in the NGO “the Danish Society of Nature Conservation” and as a musician. I play a lot of different instruments, but I prefer the violin and the saxophone. Besides working here at IPC, I’m also teaching a couple of choirs.
I live in Copenhagen with my boyfriend – whom I actually met when I (a long time ago) was a student at a Danish Folk High School (not here at IPC, but at Brandbjerg Højskole). Since I’m only a substitute teacher, it doesn’t make sense to move, so you can sometimes find me rushing off to catch a train, even though I would like to stay and have fun with you guys.
When I’m not at IPC, teaching choirs, working for the NGO or sitting in a train, I love to do yoga, play music, watch movies, go for long walks in the nature or do anything at all which includes the people I care about. I love to travel, to see new places and to meet people from other cultures and therefore I find it really fantastic to work here at IPC.