Henrik Andersen (born Februrary 7, 1966, Copenhagen, Denmark) is a Danish jazz guitarist, singer songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and vocal percussionist. He was born and raised in Copenhagen, Denmark. He graduated from the Rhythmic Music Conservatory of Copenhagen. Since the age of 18 he has performed professionally as a guitarist and vocalist. He studied carnatic music (Indian music) with Trilok Gurtu and Pete Lockett and it became a vital element of his compositions.
He also specializes in vocal percussion styles, such as beatboxing and konnakol. He has taught master classes in guitar and konnakol. He has performed with the jazz trio Music Spoken Here and as a soloist in The Mediterranean, a concerto for guitar and orchestra by John McLaughlin.
Andersen is a theatrical performer who has acted, written, and composed for shows with the Danish theater companies, TeaterTasken, Teater Refleksion, and Branar Téatars (IE). He is also a professional cartoonist.