Martin Lindau

Martin Lindau

Tenor Martin Lindau was born on 26th February 1982 in Ängelholm, Skåne.
His first musical training came in Klippan high school when he took his first baritone singing lessons during Glenn Nilsson.
After three years with Glenn Nilsson, he studied a year at Dalarö Folk High School's vocal line, a year on Ingesunds Folk High School's music program and one year on Ingesunds music 40 points, where he changed his voice box to the tenor, to subsequently start studying vocal coach on Ingesunds music college under Berit Norberg .

After graduating from Ingesunds music college in 2011 as Martin began studying their masters at the Giuseppe Verdi Conservatory in Maestro Maurizio Comencini.
As a soloist, Martin appeared in public contexts, including Benjamin Britten's Saint Nicolas cantata and various romances of Franz Schubert, Richard Strauss, and Ralph Vaughan Williams.

Martin graduated from the masters program at the Giuseppe Verdi Conservatory in Como July 10, 2014 and got the maximum points on his thesis concert "L'eroe Wagneriano" ("Wagnerian heroes").

Martin and Rasmus

Martin and Rasmus is a project between tenor Martin Lindau and pianist Rasmus Andersson.

The idea is to try to give today living composers an opportunity to write new songs and getting them built. Martin and Rasmus have both studied composition at the Music Academy Ingesund. The goal is to premiere at least one new song cycle every year, in summer 2013, we debut with Christofer Elghs Solanas songs from SCUM Manifesto.
Right now we are taking bookings for the song cycle "Skånska motiv" with lyrics by Vilhelm Ekelund set to music by Martin Lindau himself.

the Three Tenors

The Three Tenors started as a fun thing between the three friends Martin Lindau, Christian Berndalen and Petter Reingardt when all three studied at Ingesunds music college under the same teacher, Berit Norberg.
The idea is that the three tenors are better than both one and two, and to have some fun with the known number of the world's opera and song repertoire when we sing them in unison, relay and more.
In this show we only play the encores- pianist Rolf Thoren

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