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Signe Asmussen

mezzo-soprano
1970
Signe Asmussen © Camilla Schiøler

Since graduating from the Royal Academy of Music in Copenhagen with reviews that named her ‘the voice of possibilities’, ‘a natural interpreter’, and ‘an intimate vocal-seducer’, Danish mezzo-soprano Signe Asmussen (b. 1970) has been a preferred soloist with all of the national orchestras, ensembles and choirs. Her curiosity and sharp musicality, along with her passion for the contemporary repertoire, and chamber music, has made Signe Asmussen a favoured collaborator with ensembles such as FIGURA Ensemble, SCENATET, and Theatre of Voices, with whom she has premiered several new works and operas. In 2014, she was awarded the Danish Composers’ Society’s Award for Musicians.

  • Jakob Davidsen

    THE WORLD IS BABEL AND IVORY

  • Poul Rovsing Olsen

    The Planets — music for voice and instruments

  • Nicolai Worsaae

    Wesenheit ab Wesenheit

  • Axel Borup-Jørgensen

    Viola Works

  • Bent Sørensen

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  • Gunnar Berg

    Chamber Music Works with Piano

  • Otto Mortensen

    Songs

  • Carl Nielsen, A.P. Berggreen, Oluf Ring, Otto Mortensen, C.E.F. Weyse, P.E. Lange-Müller, Thomas Laub, Poul Schierbeck, Thorvald Aagaard

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