Kristian Bugge is one of the busiest folk musicians rooted in Danish, Scandinavian and North American folk music scene, both as a musician and teacher. Kristian has specialized in the strong Danish folk music traditions, playing with groups like Jensen & Bugge, Baltic Crossing and Gangspil. For about 10 years he played duo with the legendary Danish accordionist, late Karl Skaarup. Kristian has a strong love to the traditional music but also really enjoy experimenting and being part of crossover projects as the cooperation with classical percussionist Ronni Kot Wenzel in the very active duo Wenzell & Bugge and the exciting Danish folk big band Habadekuk.
His debut CD was awarded "Danish debut of the year" and "Danish Folk Instrumentalist of the year" at the Danish Music Awards Folk 2006 (Danish grammy). At the same occasion in both 2012 and 2016, Kristian receieved the award as ”Danish Folk Artist of the Year!”

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Paypal link: more about Kristian Bugge: www.kristianbugge.comKristian's CDs, books etc: Lamb's Danish Tunes, 2nd edition: supporting Canadian English and French speaking performers since 2007, Winnipeg MB based Home Routes / Chemin Chez Nous house concert network created the National On-Line Folk Festival to support artists by presenting nightly live concerts online at 8pm CT via our Facebook page. These shows are "pay what you can," and we are asking for your consideration to support.Support Home Routes by donating to our Patreon campaign here: more about Home Routes: our Facebook page to watch our shows here Thanks for tuning in!Once the feed is over it will be archived on the Home Routes / Chemin Chez Nous Facebook feed. It will also be on our YouTube channel shortly after as well: ROUTES/CHEMIN CHEZ NOUS:Home Routes/Chemin Chez Nous was incorporated as a not-for-profit arts organization in February of 2007 to create new performance opportunities for French and English speaking musicians and audiences in rural, remote and urban communities across Canada, hosted by volunteers in their homes and other community venues. We present the annual Winnipeg Crankie Festival and the On-Line National Folk Festival. Follow Home Routes on twitter or instagram @homeroutes or “like” on facebook.

Posted by Kristian Bugge on Sunday, 29 March 2020

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