Kaisa Roose is a graduate in orchestra conducting from the Royal Danish Academy of Music. She began playing piano at the age of six at the Tallinn School of Music followed by studies in the Estonian Academy of Music.
At the Royal Danish Academy of Music Kaisa Roose studied with Conductor and Composer Michel Tabachnik. Master classes included Kurt Sanderling and Pierre Boulez.
Already during her studies in Copenhagen Kaisa Roose was conducting in front of the Copenhagen Philharmonic Orchestra, the Danish Odense Symphony Orchestra, the Aalborg Symphony Orchestra in Denmark and the Helsingborg Symphony Orchestra in Sweden. Kaisa Roose, at the early stage of her career was praised for her professionalism, and her clear and fresh interpretations.
In 1997 she was awarded the Danish Grethe Kolbe scholarship for promising young conductors.
Right after graduation Kaisa Roose became engaged with the Royal Danish Theater and the Malmö Music Theater in Sweden.
In the spring 2004 Kaisa Roose made her debut in the Baltic countries with the Estonian National Symphony Orchestra and the Lithuanian State Symphony Orchestra. Following seasons included concerts with orchestras in Denmark, Ireland, Finland and Costa Rica. Her latest performances in the Baltic countries include The National Opera Theater in Estonia.
Interest in contemporary music has brought Kaisa Roose to close collaboration with music ensembles such as The Esbjerg Ensemble, The Figura, The Ensemble 2000 and The Aarhus Sinfonietta. The work with the Esbjerg Ensemble and The Aarhus Sinfonietta include performing world premieres and recordings of Danish composers Per Norgaard's and Hans-Henrik Nordström's compositions.
In 2013 Kaisa Roose had her debut with the Malmo Symphony orchestra in Sweden and one of her highlights in 2014 was conducting K. Stockhausen Carré with the Brussels Philharmonic at the Cité de la musique in Paris, France. In 2015 Kaisa had her debut in front of the Catalonia National Orchestra in Barcelona.