Cecilia Nordenkull-Jorgensen

Co-founder, Icons of Europe

Cecilia Jorgensen (née Nordenkull), Swedish, is co-founder and chief of research of the association Icons of Europe (Brussels).  She is author of several publications about the life and music of Chopin, as well as playwright of the musical drama Chopin and The Nightingale staged in Europe and America.  She initiated and participated in a BBC Four documentary on Chopin in 2010.

Her next book Karl XII: Kungamord (in Swedish) resolves the 300-year old mystery on the death of Charles XII of Sweden.

She is currently working on a series of discoveries concerning Peter the Great, Napoleon, Shakespeare and Oscar Wilde, which initially will be published in book form.

  Cecilia Nordenkull-Jorgensen, co-founder and chief of research, Icons of Europe, Brussels.

Not yet published:  "KARL XII: Kungamord", book researched by Cecilia Nordenkull with editorial support by Icons of Europe.

Charles XII of Sweden (1682-1718):  the mystery of his death now resolved by Icons of Europe. Unknown artist.

To be published in 2017


Charles XII of Sweden (1682-1718)

Cecilia Nordenkull-Jorgensen is a former vice-president of JP.Morgan.  She became subsequently an Internet pioneer through her own company and was named Marketeer-of-the-Year finalist of the American Chamber of Commerce.  She founded and chaired the Internet Society of Belgium and participated in Wall Street Journal Europe’s CEO Summit 1999 on Europe’s digital economy. 

In parallel with her corporate career, her Galerie.Beaumont became a representative of Christie’s Contemporary Art in 1982.

Prior to living in Brussels, she worked in Stockholm, New York and London.  She holds an MBA Boston University and speaks five languages.

Icons of Europe | Publications | Musical drama | Chopin cadenza
Concert with a story | BBC film | The press