Biography

                     JOSEFINE CRONHOLM  Singer, composer   


Growing up in Sweden with the nature close and as an audience, she knew in a very early age that she wanted to sing and dance so by the age of 16 she moved to the city and started highscool where she studied theater, music and dance. Here she experienced the magic of the stage.

Her childhood and youth gave her a strong foundation in swedish folk

and jazz.


During her time at the Rythmic Music Conservatory in Copenhagen she started to work with the British piano player Django Bates and recorded the acclaimed "Quiet Nights" (1998).

At the same period she founded her group IBIS and recorded two albums: "Wild Garden" in 2001 and "Hotel Paradise" in 2003. That year she also received the prize Swedish Jazz artist of the year 2003.


Her third soloalbum "Songs of the Falling Feather" was released 2010. In this production Josefine Cronholm wanted to leave the found and improvised and focus on the design and production. To obtain this she drew in the magnificent musician Henrik Lindstrand for support on the production.

ACT Music released this critically acclaimed record. She received The (Danish) Art Council Award for the album due to it extraordinary artistic qualities.


In 2013 a new Trio ARC is made with Paolo Russo and Thommy Andersson and the album is called "Archipelago".


2018 - her 4th soloalbum "EMBER" is released at Stunt Records in Copenhagen.


She began to work with Marilyn Mazur in 2001 as a member of Percussion Paradise and later in the trio Mazur/Cronholm/Jonsson, and in the quartet Celestial Circle with John Taylor and Anders Jormin. Cd released at ECM in 2011. She is also a member in MazurĀ“s eleven women orchestra "Shamania"


Josefine Cronholm has also worked and recorded with artists like; New Jungle Orchestra, Kirk Knuffke, Joakim Milder, Ida Bach Jensen, Diego Figueiredo, Richard Galliano, Lelo Nika, Steen Rasmussen, Lotte Anker, Frans Bak, Jacob Karlzon, Jacob Fisher,  and many others.


Josefine Cronholm was born in the south of Sweden in 1971.

Since 1995 she is based in Copenhagen where she lives with her family.