Max Artved

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Max Artved studied at RDAM under Professor Jørgen Hammergaard, with further studies in London under Gordon Hunt and in Paris under Maurice Bourgue. He made his debut concert from RDAM’s soloist class (Advanced Postgraduate Diploma in Music) in 1990, to subsequent overwhelming critical acclaim.

Max is a renowned solo oboist and chamber musician. He has been a soloist several times with, amongst others, the DNSO, the Copenhagen Phil, Helsingborg Symphony Orchestra and Odense Symphony Orchestra, in oboe concertos by R. Strauss, W.A. Mozart, Jouni Kaipainen, A. Honegger, F. Henriques, V. Holmboe and Bo Holten.

Max has been a member of Helsingborg Symphony Orchestra and the Royal Danish Orchestra, and in 1990 he was appointed principal oboist of the DNSO, 1991-2010 as first principal oboist. Together with the DNSO, he has toured most of the world and has recorded a number of key symphonies by Carl Nielsen, Ludvig v. Beethoven and G. Mahler, amongst others.

From 2004-2018 Max was artistic director of the Diamond Ensemble – the Royal Library’s own ensemble – which consists of five wind players and five string players, who currently hold key positions in, amongst others, the DNSO, the Royal Danish Orchestra, the Copenhagen Phil and the Norwegian Chamber Orchestra. A large number of international soloists have performed with the ensemble since its inception, including star soloists such as Leif Ove Andsnes and Nikolaj Znaider. The ensemble has collaborated with key Danish artists and young talents in recent years, which has been realised in co-operation with RDAM.

Max has also been a frequent chamber musician and soloist in Danish chamber music societies, and founded the DNSO’s Wind Quintet.

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