Signe Madsen (violin) took her diploma at the Royal Academy of Music in Århus, where she continued in the solo class, making her debut in 1992. As early as the age of 29 Signe Madsen won the principal solo seat in the second-violin group in the Århus Symphony Orchestra, and since 1999 she has been leader of the second violins in the Odense Symphony Orchestra. She has been a soloist with among others the Århus Symphony Orchestra, the Odense Symphony Orchestra and the Copenhagen Chamber Soloists. Signe Madsen is a much sought-after chamber musician, and her repertoire ranges from Baroque to the most contemporary music. She is the leader of the Århus Sinfonietta and a member of the string quartet MIRA.
American Record Guide
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