This internationally noted Danish flutist debuted in Mozart’s Concerto for flute in G major in 1971 along with his teacher Marcel Moyse conducting the orchestra. Toke Lund Christiansen may be the 1st solo flautist using the Danish Country wide Radio Symphony Orchestra. He’s also a lecturer in the Royal Danish Academy of Music and offers published many collaborative books using the popular flutist Wayne Galway. With Toshinori Ishihara, he edited some magazines of flute music spanning the Classical and modern intervals. Christiansen’s repertoire offers covered a broad historical range between Classical composers Haydn, Kuhlau (including his Quintets for flute and string quartet), and Beethoven towards the Intimate period with Franz Schubert, the first twentieth hundred years with Albert Roussel and Jacques Ibert, and later on with Carl Nielsen and Per Nøgård.