Martin Malmgreen - Attorney-at-Law (Copenhagen)
Martin Malmgreen was born in Copenhagen into a family of classical musicians. Martin played violin in his early years. As a choice of career, however, Martin became an attorney-at-law after graduating law school from University of Copenhagen. Martin is an accredited mediator from CEDR, London, accredited PRINCE2 project manager and holds an executive MBA degree from Henley Business School. Martin has extensive experience as head of legal in international consulting and IT companies. He is an expert in negotiating contracts in an international environment.

Martin is passionate about culture and arts, particularly classical music. He is an active board member in multiple cultural organizations, including Chairman for KLANG festival – Denmark’s largest festival for contemporary music, which presents concerts that mix music with theatre, dance and visual arts and gives music a whole new dimension. Martin is the co-initiator behind the non-profit project, Copenhagen House of Music ( The mission of the project is to create a music powerhouse in the center of Copenhagen as a vehicle for collaboration across the acoustic music genres. The project has gained wide public and political support since December 2019 when it was started with the first music event live streamed in February 2021.
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