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Jeanette Balland, saxophone

Jeanette Balland (saxophone) made her debut in 1998 at the Royal Danish Academy of Music in Copenhagen from the soloist class after studies with Christer Johnsson and as a pupil of Aage Voss. She has further studied in Holland and in Switzerland, where she took the Virtuosité from the Conservatoire de Lausanne. Jeanette Balland is active both as a soloist and as a chamber musician, and has in particular aroused attention as a member of DuoDenum (saxophone and percussion), which has won several prizes. In addition she is much used as a musician in among other orchestras the Royal Danish Orchestra and the Danish National Radio Symphony Orchestra, by which she has been awarded the grant Emit Holms Mindelegat.

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