The festival concerts take place in the divinely beautiful "Teatermuseet i Hofteatret"
 (The Court Theater) located inside the government building "Christiansborg" in the very
heart of the Danish capital of Copenhagen. It can be a bit tricky for newcomers to find the
theater, so please have a good look at the map on beforehand and above all: Arrive well in advance
and maybe enjoy a stroll in the area - the theater surroundings are truely amazing.


Teatermuseet i Hofteatret, Christiansborg Ridebane 18, 1218 København K

Taxi drivers are known to have a notoriously hard time finding the theater, so it will
be best to just ask to be let off in front of the government building (Christiansborg Slotsplads)
and walk the last 3-5 minutes.

Public transport:

The nearest metro stations are Kongens Nytorv and Christianshavn, both located appoximately 1 km
from the theater - a 10-15 minute walk.

The  following urban bus lines stop in front of the government building Christiansborg: 1A, 2A, 9A, 26, 37, 66.


There are pathecially few parking spots near the theater and Christiansborg. The few available lots
are located in Slotholmsgade and along the Frederiksholms Kanal. They are often occupied and always
expensive. The nearest parking house is situated at Bremerholm (close to the department store Magasin).
Parking just in front of theater is unfortunately only allowed for officials with special permission.

Access for the disabled:

The theater is located on 1st floor and visitors must climb some 25-30 steps. Wheel chairs are allowed
but please advice the festival management well in advance if you need assistance.


The festival's masterclasses and the workshop take place at Royal Academy of Music (Ny Sal -"New hall"- )
Street address: Det Kgl. Danske Musikkonservatorium, Rosenørns Allé 22, 1970 Frederiksberg C.

Public transport til to Royal Academy of Music:

Metro station: Forum (2 minutes walk).
Urban buses: 2A, 68, 250S.

Parking in the surrounding area can be tricky
an is usually a paid service. We advice you to
arrive well in advance.
The Court Theater

The Royal Danish Academy of Music