My motivation

"My music starts with you"
- is the meaning of life, in my point of view. 
My presence here on planet Earth,
is to create, behave, be - and serve.  
Just as long I can bring my music and my voice into your bidding,
- then we can start create music that will make our day worth living. 


Jonathan is gifted with a beautiful tenor voice and an ability to quickly grasp even quite abstract teaching concepts. His lucid musicality and healthy creativity combined with his endurance, makes it a joy to be his teacher. I’m confident that a fine career as a performing singer awaits after he has successfully concluded his studies.
— Johannes Mannov, Voice Professor, The Danish National Academy of Music and Hochschule für Musik, Nürnberg

What I've Achieved so far

  • Bachelor, Master student and member of "The Counsel of Students" at The Danish National Academy of Music, Odense.
  • Student of the acknowledged international Tenor Reinaldo Macias.
  • Former student for 6 years of voice professor Johannes Mannov.
  • Received private coaching from the Danish tenors, Peter Lodahl, Niels Jørgen Riis and Tonny Landy.
  • Language coaching from Gerhard Gall.
  • Attended in the Star Shaping Masterclass by Gregory Lamar under Copenhagen Opera Festival 2017.
  • Opera Singer at The Opera of Funen, Odense (Den Fynske Opera) 
  • Opera Singer at The Compagny of Operetta Polyhymnia, Copenhagen.
  • Choir assistant at The Danish National Opera, Aarhus.
  • Professional church singer and soloist.
  • Former professional choir singer and soloist in The Copenhagen Royal Chapel Choir both as a boy soprano and later tenor.
  • High School degree from Skt. Annæ Gymnasium - with top grades in music and mathematics.

Beside the intensive work with his own development Jonathan has shown a sense of responsibility toward the educational environment that reaches beyond the expectations we have to our bachelor students. He has made extra work with editing libretti and translations of musical drama around academy projects, and he has also been involved with the financial preparations around the academy production of Benjamin Britten’s “The Beggar’s Opera” in 2016.
— Claus Skjold Hansen - Headmaster of The Danish National Academy of Music