Born in Denmark in 1956, Christen Stubbe Teglbjærg studied science & music theory at Copenhagen University.

He received his diploma from the Royal Academy of Music in Copenhagen in 1985, and continued his studies in Vienna. He finished his studies with a debut as a concert-pianist in Copenhagen 1987.

He attended masterclasses conducted by Irwin Gage, Paul von Schilhawsky, Geoffrey Parsons and Roger Vignoles. Working as accompanist and repetiteur, he has been employed at the Royal Academy of Music in Copenhagen since 1986 where he in 1996 was appointed Associate Professor, and at the Royal Academy of Opera in Copenhagen since 1992.

He is the accompanist for a number of leading Scandinavian singers. He has frequently performed on TV and radio and has made CD-recording’s, and is frequently giving masterclasses for singers and accompanists.