Katinka Fogh Vindelev is a Danish classically trained soprano, performer and composer.

Katinka’s work is grounded in an extensive voice training, a primary source for exploring new hybrids of compositional and performative territories.

Working within the scene of contemporary classical music and opera she been premiering the new chamber opera ‘Liebestod – an opera:tion‘ at The Royal Danish Theatre in Copenhagen, Stille Slag at Republique Theatre, Dyrets År 1666 – Aarhus Sommeropera and most recently Hele min eksistens var som et glas mælk by Motherboard at Statens Museum for Kunst / CPH:DOX.

In 2021 Katinka received the prestigious Léonie Sonning Talent Prize

Katinka’s voice composition, Moonologue, was created in collaboration with visual artist Marie Kølbæk Iversen and features counter tenor Morten Grove Frandsen and Vindelev herself. It was a commission from LOUISIANA – Museum of Modern Art and was performed at The Moon exhibition there. Subsequently Moonologue was released on the Danish label Antipyrine.

In 2020 she and Danish violinist Louise Gorm founded the duo KFVLG. They are performing the monumental “Kafka Fragmente” by Kurtág and a new work Fragmenter af Flugt which they co-create with composer Line Tjørnhøj and writer and director Tanja Diers.

Through a solo project Katinka calls A voice in a voice in a voice she portrays the human voice through installations, compositions and is currently working on an album release containing samples of Katinka’s voice only.

This website focuses mainly on Katinka’s present projects and works. For previous works and collaborations see CV.

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29. juni 2022

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Katinka Fogh Vindelev