Kirstine Lindemann is the prizewinner of the TUF chamber music competition, Iceland, 2014 and of the Dioraphte Gold Award at Amsterdam Fringe Festival 2015 with the group, not (only) futurists. She has performed at The National Arts Festival, (South Africa), the Harpa Concert Hall (IS), Helsinki Music Centre (FI), Copenhagen Stage (DK), Copenhagen Jazz Festival (DK), Wundergrund (DK), Gaudeamus Muziekweek (NL) and played with Odense Symphony Orchestra (DK), a.o.
She has been a guest lecturer at Brunel University, London, and artist in residence at Inter Arts Centre (SE), Nieuwe Muziek Zomer (NL) and Skálar Centre for Experimental Music (IS). After studying Conceptual Live Art at Malmö Theatre Academy and corporeal mime at Atelier des Mimes (Berlin) she is currently finishing a postgraduate study in music theatre at the National Academy of Music (DK) from where she finished her master in recorder with full marks.

She has studied with Erik Bosgraaf (NL), Nikolaj Ronimus (DK) and choreographer Kitt Johnson as her main teachers. Furthermore she has received mentoring from musicians and composers such as Jennifer Walshe (IR), Ashley Fure (USA), Raphael Cendo (FR), Francois Sarhan (FR), David Helbich (DE), Rebecca Stewart (USA), Dan Laurin (SE), Tosiya Suzuki (JP), Okuda Atsuya (JP), among others.

She was a founding member of the new music foundation, ‘Satellit’ and has received numerous grants, a.o. from Knud Højgaards Fond, Fondation Idella, Augustinus Fonden, Beckett Fonden, Oticon Fonden, Den Ingwersenske Fond, The Danish Arts Council a.o.

She is a member of GRiNM, Gender Relations in New Music and the Sounding Bodies Research Group at Kunstakademiet in Copenhagen.

Her latest project “BREATH” is funded by the Danish Arts Council. The final phase of the project will take place as a collaboration with Godsbanen Århus and lung patients from Århus municipality during spring-summer 2020.