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Franz Schubert Selskabet Danmark • Jernbanegade 23 B • 4000 Roskilde • Danmark • Tel.: 46352434 • mail: franz@schubertselskabet.dk 
FRANZ SCHUBERT SOCIETY DENMARK The Franz Schubert Society Denmark was founded in 1994 in Roskilde near Copenhagen. The Society aims to further and disseminate comprehensive knowledge and understanding of the life and work of the Austrian composer, Franz Schubert (1797-1828). The Society hosts a number of symposiums, concerts, Schubertiade festivals, courses and lectures, and also mounts exhibitions and engages in other kinds of promotional activity. The Society’s local and national work is complemented by its links to other Franz Schubert Societies around the world and by the fact that many of the world’s most influential and highly respected performers of Schubert's music are members of the Society's distinguished Honorary Presidium. Through its various activities, the Franz Schubert Society Denmark promotes international musicians in Denmark and helps promote Danish musicians and Danish music abroad.  The Society is based in idyllic Roskilde, historically and culturally speaking an important town founded in the early Viking age and famous for its old Cathedral with its many royal tombs and for its unique Viking Ship Museum. The Society’s annual Schubertiades are high-profile music festivals held during a four or five week period from mid-August to mid-September. The main emphasis is on Schubert’s well-known and lesser-known works (mostly lieder, piano works and chamber music as well as various choral works), Schubert’s own music always being set off against a carefully planned counterpoint of music by other classical composers as well as contemporary composers, not least those with a special affinity to  Schubert.  Members of the Franz Schubert Society Denmark receive a membership magazine twice a year; the magazine is in Danish only and includes articles about Schubert as well as information about current Schubert events around the world. Members also enjoy the benefit of reduced rates on tickets for the Society’s concerts.  For further information, contact secretary general Bent-Erik Rasmussen Mail: franz@schubertselskabet.dk
                                 © Schubertselskabet 2014
Franz Schubert Selskabet Danmark • Jernbanegade 23 B • 4000 Roskilde • Danmark • Tel.: 46352434 • mail: franz@schubertselskabet.dk 
FRANZ SCHUBERT SOCIETY DENMARK The Franz Schubert Society Denmark was founded in 1994 in Roskilde near Copenhagen. The Society aims to further and disseminate comprehensive knowledge and understanding of the life and work of the Austrian composer, Franz Schubert (1797-1828). The Society hosts a number of symposiums, concerts, Schubertiade festivals, courses and lectures, and also mounts exhibitions and engages in other kinds of promotional The Society’s local and national work is complemented by its links to other Franz Schubert Societies around the world and by the fact that many of the world’s most influential and highly respected performers of Schubert's music are members of the Society's distinguished Honorary Presidium. Through its various activities, the Franz Schubert Society Denmark promotes international musicians in Denmark and helps promote Danish musicians and Danish music abroad.  The Society is based in idyllic Roskilde, historically and culturally speaking an important town founded in the early Viking age and famous for its old Cathedral with its many royal tombs and for its unique Viking Ship Museum. The Society’s annual Schubertiades are high-profile music festivals held during a four or five week period from mid-August to mid-September. The main emphasis is on Schubert’s well-known and lesser-known works (mostly lieder, piano works and chamber music as well as various choral works), Schubert’s own music always being set off against a carefully planned counterpoint of music by other classical composers as well as contemporary composers, not least those Schubert.  Members of the Franz Schubert Society Denmark receive a membership magazine twice a year; the magazine is in Danish only and includes articles about Schubert as well as information about current Schubert events around the world. Members also enjoy the benefit of reduced rates on tickets for the Society’s concerts.  For further information, contact secretary general Bent-Erik Rasmussen Mail: franz@schubertselskabet.dk