Aarhus Vocal Festival
May 30th to June 2nd 2019

Sunday Night Stage

Sunday, June 4th at 10 pm in Ridehuset


Queen Machine is Denmark’s fastest growing and one of the country’s most entertaining shows that guarantee a night to remember.

From “We are the Champions”, “We Will Rock You”,  “Somebody to Love” to“Bohemian Rhapsody” and countless other hits, all are presented with respect, attention to detail and with a focus on Queen’s magnificent showmanship. With hundreds of past shows, over 180,000 views on YouTube and more than 40,000 Euro in donations raised for the Danish AIDS-Foundation, Queen Machine remains one of the most authentic tribute acts performing Queen’s amazing repertoire. All presented to you as if you were standing at Wembley Stadium in 1986 – something the band were proudly acclaimed for with their latest performance for Danish national television. Featuring the charismatic and extremely talented front-man Bjarke Baisner, Queen Machine put on a spectacular televised live performance and captivated viewers to the screen.

With an even greater, larger and more fantastic show in 2015, Queen Machine will deliver a magical experience for all Queen fans with songs from one of the most popular rock bands of all time – once and for all proving that they are nothing less than “North Europe’s Greatest Tribute Band”.

The AAVF Workshop Choir – Queen Foreverwill, of course, join the Queen Machine on stage and we are sure that under the leadership of the Queen Machinist Jens Johansen, Ridehuset will make us party like its Wembley Stadium in 1986.



Vocal Band Experience

Vocal Band Experience consists of 12 experienced singers under the musical direction of Chantal Sennema.

Experience was founded by Chantal and Paul Sijben to find out what you would get when you set up an intelligent choir consisting of experienced singers combined with both vocal and technical effects. Chantal is (also) CVT vocal coach and Paul provides the technical effects (such as looping, distortion, phaser etc.).

Together we are turning this into an interesting full-length show.


The Winner of the Choir Competition