Erik Moldrup - CV

Somehow I lost my good looks along the way - click here for more pictures from more recent decades

1945 Born in Aarhus, March 16

Education and work

1964 Graduated from Aarhus Katedralskole (high school)
1964-66 Substituted in primary schools in Aarhus
1965-66 Substituted at St. Knud's Skole, Aarhus
1966-74 Lecturer at Aarhus Statsgymnasium (high school)
1976 Graduated from the University of Aarhus
(Music M.A./English B.A.)
1976-77 Course in pedagogics and lecturer at Horsens Statsskole
1977- Lecturer/senior lecturer at Aalborghus Gymnasium

Further jobs in education

School of Rhythm (night school) Aalborg co-founder of school; choir
University of Aalborg, Music (ass. instructor) project consultant;
musical analysis;
choir and small band;
courses and seminars (e.g. jazz; pedagogics)
Danish folk high schools lectures on Danish music

Honorary positions

Ex-chairman of Rhythmic Association, Aalborg
Ex-member of the County Board of Music, the County of North Jutland
Ex-editor of the Music Board's newsletter "Resonans" (circulation 4.000)


Aalborghus Gymnasium's Choir many concerts at home and abroad
Cantaurus concerts in Aalborg
Kringle Singers concert tour in Canada and the US 1988
Blue Canto concerts in Aalborg og Aarhus

Study tours and concerts

1988 Study tour to Toronto, Canada.  Exchange with Canadian school
1988 Study tour and concert tour in the US
(Racine, Wisconsin, and the Midwest)
1990-91 Fulbright exchange teacher to Kalama, Washington State, USA 
(see travel notes)
1992 Study tour to the Czech Republic (Zlin)
1994 Study tour to Scotland (Edinburgh)
1994-95 Study tours to St. Petersburg and Moscow, Russia (see travel notes)
1994 Summer holidays in the US along the Oregon Trail 
(see travel notes)
1998 High school exchange w/ teacher in  Riga, Latvia (see travel notes)
2000 Study tour to Dublin, Ireland (see travel notes) 
2000 Study tour to the European Parliament in Brussels
(see travel notes in Danish)

Personal - family

1969 married Vibeke Lakjer 
(special consultant at the State County of North Jutland)
1971 first child - Mikkel Moldrup-Lakjer - student
(M.A. in Religious Studies; B.A. in Spanish Lit.)
1974 second child - Sophie Mathilde Moldrup-Lakjer  
(M.A. in English Lit.; B.A. in Spanish Lit.) 
1982 third child - Jonas Moldrup-Lakjer - student
(M.A. in English Lit.: B.A. in Spanish Lit.)
1983 fourth child - Jakob Moldrup-Lakjer (law student )