Hanne Holten Opera Singer


  • Stage appearances at The Edinburgh Festival, Festival d’Automne (Paris), The Festival d’Aix-en-Provence, The ISCM, The Northlands and Bolzano Festivals, The Royal Theatre (Copenhagen) Børnemusikteatret, Fredensborg Summer Theatre, and on Danish Television.
  • Solo performances with The Danish Radio Orchestra, The Radio France Orchestra, the Tivoli Symphony Orchestra, The Danish Radio Entertainment Orchestra, and The National Symphony Orchestra (London).
  • Recitals in London (St-Martin’s-in-the-Fields, The Clerkenwell Music series, The Iris Fund, Burgh House etc.), Edinburgh, Vienna, Salzburg, Koblenz, Amsterdam, Rome, Copenhagen (Tivoli, The Danish Radio, The Royal Academy, The National Art Museum etc.), Thursoe, Aberdeen, Northampton, Oslo, Bergen, Malmoe, Oxford, Århus, Kalundborg (Lerchenborg), Odense, Roskilde, Frederikssund, and Humlebæk (Louisiana).
  • World Premieres of music by several Scandinavian composers.
  • Chamber Music collaborations with Esther Vagning, Einer-Steen Nöckleberg, Kaja Bundgaard, David Wickham, Andrew Lowe-Watson, Malcolm Rudland, Nick Williamson, Paul Moon, and Quartetto Botticelli.
  • Publications contain Sonata Quasi Fantasia for Cello & Piano and thirteen groups of songs by various composers, arranged for soprano and chamber ensemble.
  • Master Classes at Centre Acantes (Aix-en-Provence) The Royal Danish Academy of Music, The Danish Music Academy Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art, and The London Academy of Performing Arts.
  • Educated at The Royal Danish Academy of Music and The Opera Class at the Royal Theatre, Copenhagen.
  • Tutors included Birgit Bastian, Kim Borg, Rita Streich Thomas Hemsley and Anna Reynolds.
  • Postgraduate studies with Ian Adam and Kate Hughes.