The ensemble is planning a series of podcasts (see below), the first of which will be released in January 2023.

The series "Klanglige Vandringer" is not an actual podcast, but rather a series of location-specific soundtracks with music recorded by the Danish Chamber Players.

Also find the ensemble's podcasts on, among others:

"Anne Marie and Carl, a love story" is a podcast about Anne Marie Carl-Nielsen and Carl Nielsen's stormy cohabitation.
The story in the podcast is based on letters written by Anne Marie Carl-Nielsen and Carl Nielsen, selected from the book "Carl & Marie: In art, in love", by Amalie Kestler and Lotte Andersen.
The podcast was created and produced by Besyv and FilmTone for Danish Chamber Players.
Script by Alexandra Hedegaard Kristjansen and Mathilde Schytz Marvit. Sound design by Bobby Salomon Hess. Editing and directing: Mathilde Schytz Marvit and Bobby Salomon Hess.
The letters in the podcast are read by Signe Egholm Olsen and Sigurd Holmen Le Dous.
Narrator: Lotte Andersen.
Furthermore, the podcast features a group of people in a café in Copenhagen (2022), who together share their thoughts about love, art and longing. 

All compositions are by Carl Nielsen, recorded by the Danish Chamber Players and the singers Signe Asmussen Manuitt and Joachim Knop; producer: Jonas Eliyah Munch-Hansen.

The bronze sculpture of the Kentauer girl was made by Anne Marie Carl-Nielsen and can be experienced at Fuglsang Art Museum.

Sonorous walks

Danish Chamber Players Sonorous walks will appear in the landscape in several places in the coming time. As a poetic and swarming way to make the music experience enter into a dialogue with nature.

In August 2022, the ensemble together with singer songwriter MC Hansen inaugurated a route with cultural benches at Præstø Fjord. At each bench, a QR code can be used to download a song recorded by MC Hansen and the Danish Chamber Players and specially composed for the place in question.

In November 2022, local star DJ Katrine Ring has put together an artistic soundtrack with music recorded by the ensemble and associated with Fuglsang Manor house.
QR codes are set up at Fuglsang Garden, KUMUS and Fuglsang The art museum and the soundtrack are suitable for "Blå tur".

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