Tine Bruhn moved to New York City in 2001 after having graduated from Berklee College of Music in Boston. She quickly became part of New York's jazz scene as she started singing at ?Kavehaz? and has since performed at some of the city's best music venues including "Zinc Bar", ?The Jazz Standard? and ?The Cutting Room?. Born in 1978, Tine grew up belonging to the Danish minority in Flensburg, Germany.
Born in 1978, Tine grew up belonging to the Danish minority in Flensburg, Germany. At the age of 15 she founded the a cappella group "Kvart I Fire" which gained high recognition in Denmark and Germany, especially after its release of the CD "Go 4 it" in 1996. The group kept an average of 3 performances a week during their high school years and they were requested at many official functions as well as private parties. Additionally Tine sang in classical choirs including the highly renowned semi-professional youth choir ?Landes Jugend Chor Schleswig Holstein? and ?Jugend Kammer Chor Flensburg?. Around that time she discovered her passion for jazz and started getting solo gigs.
In Boston she continued performing in a cappella settings, one of them being the "Vocal Jazz Ensemble" under the direction of Sharon Broadley-Martin, a Vox One member. She studied with Sheryl Bentyne (Manhattan Transfer), Walter Beasley, recording artist, Richard Evans, Grammy award winning arranger, and legendary scat educator Bob Stoloff.
In April 2009 the Tine Bruhn Quartet was on tour in Europe where they played at sold out venues such as ?B-Flat? in Berlin. A follow up tour is being planned for the Summer of 2010 with a focus on jazz festivals.