Berit Johansen Tange trained at the Royal Danish Academy of Music in Copenhagen with the lecturer Anne Øland, and in the spring of 1995 studied in Paris with Brigitte Engerer. In 1997 she was admitted to the Royal Academy's special class for pianists with the subjects chamber music and accompaniment (with Anne Oland and Tove Lonskov) and made her debut from there in December 2000. Berit Johansen Tange is a pianist with a wide range of talents. She is an experienced and much sought-after accompanist and chamber musician in the classical repertoire, and with her regular ensemble Trio Fatale she also plays, among other things, concert tango and klezmer-inspired music. The trio won Second Prize in the International Astor Piazzolla Competition in Italy in 2000. As a soloist Berit Johansen Tange has worked intensively since 2001 with piano music. Along with Esben Tange she has created the musical production 'Rued Langgaard's Struggle'. This has been performed in among other places Ribe Cathedral, and at the Court Theatre in Copenhagen in connection with the performances of Langgaard's opera Antichrist. Since 2002, Berit has been employed at the Royal Danish Academy of Music as an accompanist and repetiteur.