Katrine Madsen

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Katrine Madsen
Background information
Born (1972-03-07) 7 March 1972 (age 46)
Genres Jazz
Occupation(s) Singer
Website http://www.katrine-madsen.dk

Katrine Madsen (born 7 March 1972 in Aarhus, Denmark) is a Danish jazz singer.[1]


Madsen studied at the Royal Danish Academy of Music and has worked in Copenhagen on albums with transplanted American jazz artists Ed Thigpen and Richard Boone.

In 2002, she founded the Katrine Madsen Sextet and gave their debut concert at the Copenhagen Jazz Festival.


Solo albums[edit]

  • 1996: I'm Old Fashioned (Mecca Records)
  • 1997: Dream Dancing (Mecca Records)
  • 1998: You Are So Beautiful (Mecca Records), with Ed Thigpen Trio
  • 2000: My Secret (Mecca Records), quartet feat. Lars Møller
  • 2002: Magic Night (Mecca Records), with Bohuslän Big Band
  • 2004: Close To You (Stunt Records), with Stefano Bollani, Jesper Bodilsen, and Morten Lund
  • 2006: Supernatural Love (Stunt Records), with Ulf Wakenius
  • 2009: Simple Life (Stunt Records), with Joakim Milder, Henrik Gunde Pedersen, Jesper Bodilsen, Jonas Johansen, Morten Lund, and Ole Kibsgaard


  • 1999: A Tribute To Love (Stunt Records), with Richard B. Boone
  • 2000: Edderkoppen Soundtrack
  • 2002: Gershwin & More (Mecca Records), with Baker Boys
  • 2002: Live in Stockholm (Music Mecca), with Svante Thuresson
  • 2003: We Are Povo, with POVO
  • 2005: Box Of Pearls (Stunt Records), with Svante Thuresson


  1. ^ Baekgaard, Jakob (2009-03-11). "Danish Divas: Mona Larsen, Malene Mortensen, Katrine Madsen". All About Jazz. Retrieved 1 February 2010. 

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