Bandoneonist Jens Lundberg, born in Stockholm, Sweden, studied with the Argentinian bandoneon virtuoso Juan José Mosalini at Conservatoire Edgar Varèse in Paris, from where he received his diploma. He has also studied in Buenos Aires with masters such as Nestor Marconi and Walter Rios.
Lundberg has performed both as a soloist and with various ensembles around Scandinavia, Europe, Japan and Argentina. His repertoire includes both traditional tango and ‘tango nuevo’, aswell as music from the baroque and classical era, and he is constantly acquiring new compositions within the contemporary repertoire.
Lundberg has collaborated with among others the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra / the Norrköping Symphony Orchestra / the Västerås Chamber Orchestra / the Tallin Chamber Orchestra / the Wermland Opera Orchestra / the Musica Vitae Chamber Orchestra / the Norrbotten Chamber Orchestra / the Malmö Opera / the Klaaspärlimäng Sinfonietta / the ME103 Chamber Orchestra / the Dahlkvist Quartet / the Montevideo Tango Quartet / the brass quintet Linnékvintetten / the wind quintet Crusellkvintetten / and Trio Tangophoria with trombonist Christian Lindberg & pianist Roland Pöntinen
He has also participated in operas such as “Carmen” by Bizet, “The Tales of Hoffmann” by Offenbach and “The Threepenny Opera” by Brecht.
Lundberg also frequently gives concerts with his own different ensemble groups.