32-year-old Agnes Obel broke through the charts in 2010 with her first album, Philharmonics. Critically acclaimed all over Europe, selling over 25,000 records in the Netherlands, achieving platinum status in Belgium and France, as well as multi-platinum in Denmark, the amiable Dane’s dreams of a burgeoning music career have morphed into reality, throwing her quiet life into disarray.
Sporting an impressive sheepskin coat, he is taller than we imagined and broad-shouldered, with intense blue eyes. His hand shake is firm, his voice big and his enthusiasm infectious, yet there is something about Kim Bodnia’s aura that is hard to define.
In 1997, the world fell head over heels for him as he sang about saving tonight. Today, as Scan Magazine finds out, Eagle-Eye Cherry has grown up, become a father, and is more interested in seizing the day.
Despite the challenges facing countries in the current global economic landscape, we have seen signs of positive developments in the British economy in 2013, and it gives me great pleasure to wish travellers between Scandinavia and the UK a prosperous New Year.
As the New Year sets in, Europe is still being weighed down by slow economic growth. The sluggish growth, and its impact on jobs, dominates the policy agenda, together with concerns over weaknesses in the banking sector.
February 2014 brings Nicolaj Cederholm’s theatre concert, Mozart Undone, to the Barbican Centre, London. Experience one of the most unconventional romps through one tonne of water and 30 Mozart hits, where music takes centre stage.
As Sir Richard Branson prepares to launch the world's first commercial spaceship, two Danish rocketeers test homemade spacecraft that could one day challenge Virgin Galactic.
Mai Manniche is a woman of many hats. She has studied economics and media science and worked as a communications consultant as well as internationally as a model – but there was never any doubt in her mind what her true passion was: designing jewellery.