Principal of the Rhythmic Music Conservatoire Copenhagen, Denmark
In 1986, Henrik Sveidahl graduated in musicology from the University of Copenhagen. In 1991, he graduated from the Rhythmic Music Conservatory (RMC) in Copenhagen with saxophone as his main instrument. Henrik Sveidahl is Principal of the RMC. Henrik Sveidahl is a well-established and acknowledged saxophone player. He is known for his great versatility and openness to new possibilities, and his influence on the Danish and Nordic music scene is remarkable. As Principal Henrik Sveidahl has been active for several years in international cooperation as member of the executive committee of Association of Nordic Music Academies (ANMA). In 2007 Henrik Sveidahl was called as expert for the Tuning validation conference by the AEC. At the AEC Congress in Sct. Petersburg 2012 Henrik Sveidahl did a presentation on ‘Dynamics between academy and music life’. In 2017 Henrik Sveidahl was asked by the Danish Minster of Culture to perform a thorough investigation into the Higher Educational Institutions of Art in Denmark leading to recommendations on how to structure the area in the future.