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 soprano Signe Asmussen has worked as a soloist with most of the national orchestras and choirs. Now, she is one of the most sought-after, Danish recitalists, with an ongoing cooperation with both national and international renowned conductors and musicians, and international concert venues count Wigmore Hall and National Gallery in London, Symphony Hall in Birmingham, The National Galleries in Edinburgh, Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, along with all of the important concert halls in Denmark.
She has appeared in numerous productions at the Royal Opera, Copenhagen, and The National Opera, Århus: as Cherubino in "Le Nozze di Figaro", Bertha in "Il Barbiere di Siviglia", Valencienne in "The Merry Widow", Suzuki in "Madama Butterfly", and recently as a very successfull Idamante in "Idomeneo", as well as Musette in "La Bohème".
She has recorded several solo-cd’s for the Danish cd-labels DaCapo and Classico, portraying a.o. Danish composers such as Otto Mortensen ("Songs") and Ib Nørholm ("Songs of Their Times").
Instruments in The Art of Touch:
Soprano, violin, palmas