TORSTEN JUUL-BORRE/classical pianist

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Torsten Juul-Borre was  born in Minnesota to Danish immigrants. His family moved to California in the early 1960’s where as a youngster he started his piano training.  He later attended the Music Academy of the West in Santa Barbara where he studied with Dr. Reginald Stewart.


At the age of seventeen he was accepted at the Royal Danish Music Conservatory in Copenhagen, Denmark.

An intense seven year course of study included all facets of music and piano performance with advanced studies in chamber music, accompaniment, vocal and instrumental coaching, and a minor degree as

organist. At the Conservatory he studied with

Arne Skjold Rasmussen, renowned interpreter of Beethoven and Carl Nielsen, and with the internationally known pianist and accompanist

Kjell Olsson.

Engagements in Denmark include the Tivoli Gardens Concert Hall, the Copenhagen Summer Music Festival at Charlottenborg Palace, along with numerous other venues.

Mr. Juul-Borre has appeared with the San Luis Obispo

Symphony Orchestra, Cuesta College’s Portraits in Music,and has toured with the Community Concerts Association. He has performed with Conductor,

Dr. Gregory Magie in Symphony of the Vines. Torsten  Juul-Borre recently premiered Sonata for Piano in Three Movements,  by  Composer and Conductor, Frederic Balazs.

Summarizing what it is I love most about your playing. You sing. Always. In each track of your CDs and in each act of your life, you always sing.

Thank you for that.   

                                      Craig H. Russell PhD

                                      Cal Poly Music Dept.

In a previous recording of my Piano Sonata, his surmounting the technical challenges while so congenially identifying with the complexities of its style, is a truly remarkable feat. Juul-Borre is an artist of the highest order.


                                     Frederic Balazs

                                     Composer and

                                     Conductor