Kremer during her daily practice session in Hvidsten. Photo by Maddie Malat.

Kremer wins senior soloist competition

Her mother is a parish liturgist, conducts children’s and adult’s church choirs, and brought her straight to the church when she was born; there, the choir sang to her, their […]

 

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