Tine Bruhn

Tine Bruhn, a Berklee College of Music graduate, moved to New York City in 2001. As soon as she began singing at “Kavehaz”, she quickly became a part of New York’s jazz scene. She has performed at many of the best venues in New York, including “The Jazz Standard”, The Cutting Room and “55 Bar”. Tine and her outstanding band of musicians perform once a month at the jazz club “Zinc Bar”, in downtown Manhattan. Tine was born in 1978 and grew up in Flensburg in Germany as a member of the Danish minority. She founded “KvartI Fire”, an a cappella group, at the age of 15. It gained widespread recognition in Denmark and Germany after the release of “Go 4 it” in 1996. They performed an average of three performances per week in high school and were frequently requested to perform at private functions and official functions. Tine also sang in several classical choirs, including the semi-professional youth choir “Landes Jugend Chor Schleswig Holstein”, and “Jugend Kammer Chor Flensburg”. She discovered jazz at that point and began getting solo gigs. She continued to perform in Boston’s a cappella setting, including the “Vocal Jazz Ensemble”, which was directed by Sharon Broadley Martin, a Vox One member. She studied with Walter Beasley (Manhattan Transfer), Sheryl Bentyne, Richard Evans, Grammy-winning arranger and legendary scat educator Bob Stoloff. Tine Bruhn Quartet went on tour in Europe in April 2009. They played sold-out venues like “B-Flat”, Berlin. CD Baby

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