?A fully mature artist who dares to take chances, and succeeds with an instinctive feeling that lends credibility to everything she does.? - Boris Rabinowitsch, Politiken (Danish national daily newspaper) Sinne Eeg released Waiting For Dawn - her second album in her own name - in August 2007, four years after the release of her debut CD Sinne Eeg. Waiting For Dawn has stirred up a great deal of enthusiasm, both among critics and the listening public, and 2007 Sinne Eeg recieved a Danish Music Award (vocal jazz album of the year) for this album.
?Not a single track seems superfluous; not one passage in a song seems lacking ? which is why the album is so masterful. Immediately accessible, but at the same time so complex that new layers are constantly revealing themselves.? ? Gaffa (Danish music magazine) ?A voice that is warm and tremendously expressive - sometimes revealing a touch of fragility - and whose emotional register ranges from delicate modesty to explosiveness, without falling for the temptation of over dramatizing. Add to this a talent for phrasing and a rhythmic emancipation that makes the music come alive in a way I have not experienced in any other Danish singer. It is equally rare to encounter a CD release containing a series of newly-written songs that are such gems.? - Boris Rabinowitsch, Politiken Sinne Eeg has been exceptionally busy on the Danish music scene - and has also made several tours of Japan and China ? during the four years that have passed between her 2003 CD debut and her 2007 release Waiting For Dawn. Growing up in a musical home and a good musical environment in her Danish hometown of Lemvig doubtlessly contributed to Sinne Eeg's decision to pursue a musical career, way back in her high school days. Sinne has been particularly inspired by jazz singers and instrumentalists such as Sarah Vaughan, Betty Carter, Dinah Washington, Miles Davis, Keith Jarrett, Chet Baker and Oscar Peterson. Sinne studied at the West Jutland Music Conservatory from 1997 to 2003. She presently teaches singing and ensemble playing at the conservatory. In April 2008 Sinne Eeg released her 3rd album "Kun En Dr?m" - an album with mainly Dansih jazz tunes. Later this year an English version of this album will be released on Red Dot Music/EMI
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