Since its debut in 2007, the Danish National Vocal Ensemble’s sound has been called transparent, bright and pure, and the ensemble sings with a technical precision that has placed it among the top tier vocal ensembles in Europe.
The Danish National Vocal Ensemble’s repertoire spans nearly 500 years of music, from Renaissance polyphony to the latest avantgarde explorations and even folk songs, bringing the essence of the famous Nordic choral style to perfection.
Each season the Danish National Vocal Ensemble appears in both a cappella concerts and with The Danish National Symphony Orchestra. The group also appears with other ensembles, including the baroque orchestra Concerto Copenhagen and international orchestras like the Radio Symphony Orchestra from Hamburg, the Malmö Symphony Orchestra and the Bergen Philharmonic.
In 2014 Marcus Creed succeeded Swedish-born Olof Boman and Stephen Layton as the ensemble’s chief conductor and principal guest conductor respectively. DNVE received both an ECHO Klassik Award, nominations for 2 Grammy’s, a Gramophone Award and for the Danish Radio P2 Prize. Their CD L’amour et la foi received in June 2015 Diapason d’Or.
Nina Bols Lundgren
Christine Nonbo Andersen
Jakob Knudsen Pedersen