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|Birth name||Bjarke Pauli Mogensen|
|Genres||Classical and contemporary music|
|Labels||Dacapo Records, Orchid|
At age 13, Mogensen made his debut as a soloist in a German TV broadcast with the Munich Symphony Orchestra. Mogensen studied at the Royal Danish Academy of Music, where his teachers included Geir Draugsvoll.
In 2008, he received a grant of 300,000 DKr from the Statens Kunstråds Musikudvalg (Danish Arts Council Music Committee) in support of his career. In addition to his solo career, Mogensen has served on the music faculty at the Royal Danish Academy of Music since 2010. In 2011, Mogensen had his solo debut at Carnegie Hall, New York.
Several composers have written new works for Mogensen, including Anders Koppel (Concerto Piccolo), Martin Lohse (In Liquid), and Niklas Schmidt (Concertino for accordion and brass). Mogensen has recorded commercially for the Da Capo label, including the commissions from Koppel and Lohse.
- Almere International Chamber Music Competition 2012 with MYTHOS
- EBU competition "New Talent" 2012
- Danish Radio P2's Chamber Music Competition 2011 with MYTHOS
- Léonie Sonning Music Scholarship 2010
- Gladsaxe Music Prize 2009
- The Royal Danish Academy of Musics competition for singers and instrumentalists 2008
- Danish Radio "Play for Life" 2006
- Culture Bornholm Culture Award 2006
- Victor Borge Music Prize 2006
- Berlingske Classical Music Competition 2000
Grants and scholarships
- Eigil and Aennchen Harbys Fund 2011
- His Royal Highness Prince Henrik Foundation Grant
- Børge Schroeder and his wife Herta Finnerups Music Scholarship 2001
- Jacob Gade Grant 2000
- Accordion Concertos on Dacapo Records
- The song I'll never sing - Works for Accordion on Dacapo Records
- Anders Koppel Double Concertos on Dacapo Records
- Winter Sketches on Orchid Classics
- "Bjarke Mogensen". Dagbladet Børsen. 2014-03-01. Retrieved 2013-02-06.
- Bjarne Hansen (2010-11-18). "Bjarke Mogensen i Carnegie Hall". Netavisen Bornholm. Retrieved 2015-06-25.
- Joshua Kosman (2012-05-13). "Album review: Bjarke Mogensen, 'Accordion Concertos'". San Francisco Chronicle. Retrieved 2015-06-25.
- Ralph Graves (2012-05-23). "Bjarke Mogensen Accordion Concertos – Fresh Sounds". WTJU (University of Virginia Radio). Retrieved 2015-06-25.
- Official homepage of Bjarke Mogensens
- Det Kongelige Danske Musikkonservatorium, Danish-language page on Mogensen
- Almere International Chamber Music Competition - winners
- 2012 New talent from Denmark
- Culture Bornholm, awards and scholarships
- P2's Chamber Music Competition 2011
- Play for Life in Danish
- Scholarship 2010, Bjarke Mogensen
- Royal Couple Stardust Price on Gaffa.dk 7. oktober 2012