Christine Canals-Frau, deputy director
Christine studied Musicology at Sorbonne and Paris VIII (1985-92). She is married to the Danish composer Niels Rosing-Schow and is the mother of David (20). She began freelance music engraving for The Society for the Publication of Danish Music (former name of Edition·S) in 1989, and was appointed Editor in 2001 and later Editor-in-Chief. Christine is also a writer and a translator.
Rudiger Meyer, head of print & technology
Rudiger was born and grew up in South Africa. It was there he began his studies in musicology and composition before curiosity and a scholarship took him first to Germany and later Holland. He has been living in Copenhagen since 2004 and a part of the Edition·S team since 2005. When not taking care of print and layout in the Edition·S print department he can be found making field recordings, piecing together pieces of music or reading the novels of Haruki Murakami.
Kat Jarby, project manager, marketing
Kat returned to Copenhagen in December 2010 after living and studying in the UK for four years. She received a BA in Media Studies & Music in 2009 and a MSc in Marketing (Branding & Communications) in 2010. This unique combination brought her to Edition·S where she is project managing. Previous work experience include managing a local band in Chichester, freelance photographer, Event Logistics Coordinator of the music festival Oxjam and assistant communications consultant at Relationshuset. Her spare time interests include music (and Roskilde Festival), photography, poetry and art.
Unni Trap Lund, sales & hire
Unni received a BA in musicology from University of Copenhagen in 2011. She now studies a MA in modern culture and culture communications. She spends most of her spare time singing in different semi-/pro vocal groups and choirs, mainly the Copenhagen chamberchoir Camerata. She worked at the Copenhagen sheet music shop Danmusik for 9 years before coming to Edition·S in 2011.
David Rosing-Schow, printing assistant
David is 20 years old and is studying musicology at University of Copenhagen. He spends most of his spare time playing cello in DUSIKA (De Unges Symfoniorkester I Københavns Amt), playing bass in a pop-rock band and following his local football club AB. David is bilingual as his mother (Christine Canals-Frau) is French and his father (Niels Rosing-Schow) is Danish.
Sandra Sereikaite, assistant, social network
Sandra has just finished her Bachelor degree in International sales and Marketing at Copenhagen North Business Academy. Originally she is from Lithuania, but has spent the last three years living in Denmark. When she has a spare moment, Sandra writes articles for a Lithuanian music blog and reads books. Before coming to Edition·S, she worked as an intern at Dansk Komponist Forening planning Nordic Music Days 2010.
Dot Tullberg, financial & book-keeping
Dot has been the much trusted and faithful book-keeper of Edition·S since 2008.
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