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Kasper Winding
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Born in Denmark (1956), Kasper started to play guitar and drums at the age of seven, and had his first song published at the age of nine and his first real film score at the age of fourteen. Aged fifteen he studied at the Royal Academy of Music, Copenhagen. Within two years came two more film scores ("Me and Charlie" and "The Cop") + four TV scores and a conductors role with The Royal Danish Symphony Orchestra. At nineteen, he moved to New York and worked as a session drummer on the TV show, Saturday night live and acts like The Rolling Stones, Frank Zappa, Barry White and Philip Glass amongst others. To follow came a scholarship from Columbia University, where he studied film scoring under Ennio Moricone and John Williams and a master class in composing under Leonard Bernstein. Two more film scores followed; and he moved back to Europe were he recorded a very succesfull score for the tv series "Once a cop" which included one of the 10 biggest selling singles in the history of the danish music industry. To follow came four film scores including "Epidemic" (directed by Lars Von Trier, director of "Breaking Waves") " The Flying Devils " which he won a "Robert" (the Danish " Oscar ") for best score and "From heart to hand" by icelandic director Tomas Gislason, a musical/ballet with Peter Martins and The New York city ballet, and a radio play without words for the Danish National Radio. In 1997 he was commissioned by the Cultural City of Europe (Copenhagen) to cowrite with Thomas Blackman a concert/performance "EXIT 2000". Recently he has turned to producing and composing for other artists, including Caroline Henderson, whose solo album "Cinemataztic" won 8 Danish Grammy's (including best producer and best songwriter). 1997 Kasper was commissioned by Alexander Kølpin´s International Ballet to write a techno'ish score for their summer season. Having lived in Italy (Milano), France (Paris), America (New York) and Denmark he is now living in London, where he set up his own indie label " POP Records", with the aim of developing new projects and artists. His first projects were the Electronic outfit called "VIBE-O-GRAM" and the solo artist Maya Albana, and has finished a score for the National ballet of France.Together with Thomas Blachman he is writing and producing french artist Muriel Andurant a french poet/model (only in France!), and is also being part of the project LUSIOUS feat. LOIS, also released in Denmark, where it went straight to no 1 and was being released in France and Germany and Sweden in Spring 2000. He has done a new score/sound design for the feature film "ROCK" directed by the icelandic director Tomas Gislason, and together with Thomas Blachman he wrote the music for a new version of the old ballet classic "La Sylfide" (january 2001). A greatest hits (double-CD) was released on Virgin Records featuring both songs/hits and film music (september 2000) - and since then, he has produced danish singers Allan Jensen (2001) and CV Jørgensen (2002) - AND made the sound for a new multimedia show in Tivoli (Copenhagen) called "Illuminations". Kasper can be contacted at his own (new) record company: NOIZ MUSIC, att. Kasper Winding, Ny Vestergade 7, DK-1471 København K, Denmark

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